DMbCard - Have you ever been puzzled with how to store all your business card information into your boasted, favorite, camera enabled mobile phone cause you are a slow phone keyboard typist? DigFace bCard provides a 2D BarCode (DataMatrix or QR Code) Card solution for you. Easy to use. No more phone keyboard typing. Just take a snapshot of the bCard of your friends and all the contact information will be stored in your phone.
You can encode your Data Matrix (DM) bCard free at http://www.digface.com/dig/bCard.php
After you click 'Get bCard', the image on the left is your bCard. You can take a snapshot of the image with our application and the card information will be stored in your phone automatically. Furthermore, we'll give you a URL so that you can put it in your FaceBook, MySpace, or just email the URL to your friends and let them take a snapshot of your bCard and store your contact information in their phone!
FAQ: Can I use this application if my phone doesn't have the embedded camera?
ANS: Yes. You can still use this application, We provide a http load DM image functionality so you can load the DM image into your phone and decode it. After decode, you can store the Card info into your phone.
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Requirements:Java MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
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