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I downloaded this app for 5 minutes to try to scan one thing, once. I realized it would have required a subscription and hellll no was I interested in paying for a QR scan app, who the heck even uses QR codes anymore? I deleted it almost immediately. Unbeknownst to me, by simply downloading it I’d agreed (buried in their terms and conditions) to a subscription. Even though I never gave my card info and had deleted the app, it automatically linked itself to my Apple ID subscriptions and saved credit card info and quietly charged me $7.99 a month before I noticed. Never sent a receipt, an email - nothing. Complete scam and it’s wildly irresponsible for Apple to host this app at all, let alone SPONSER it at the top of search results. If this were accepted it would mean that any app you accidentally download could worm into your payment info and charge you without explicit content. Apple has already received my complaint and refunded me the money.
Please read review above. The information provided by the developer states a subscription; however, what it fails to mention that your trial period starts immediately when you download this app. You have a 3 day trial period and then you are charged $7.99 per month thereafter. I immediately deleted the app from my phone. It appeared that I had no choice to subscribe, and by downloading, I was committed to purchasing unless I cancelled. I checked my subscriptions and there was nothing. I am hoping that removes any obligation to subscribe to this app. To developer: I prefer to make my own decision involving app purchases-not being told immediately that after 3 days, I will be obliged to pay a monthly subscription. If I am wrong about my review, please let me know and I will adjust my review accordingly.
I download this at my child’s project share where we needed a QR Reader to listen to a Podcast. It was chaotic at the event so I may have missed the warning that this was a paid app with automatic renewal, but I ended up having to have a long chat with Apple Support to get it cancelled. There were literally no options for doing so, only different increments of automatic renewals. In trying to figure out how to get out of this a friend found an article on shady developers that specifically highlighted this app. On top of the exorbitant fees I couldn’t cancel without outside help, the app didn’t even work when I needed it. I did end up being able to cancel the automatic renewal and get a refund, but it took more a couple of hours of frustration to do it.
Rarely do I write reviews and the few times I have they were all fairly positive reviews. Nevertheless this complete piece of garbage App drove me to pop my “bad review cherry”. The app is entirely worthless and I feel like I was ripped off even though it was free. I scanned about 8 different pieces of merchandise which were all relatively popular items and all I got out of it each time was a full screen advertisement which I was required to close in order to view the pricing information. Unfortunately all that appeared was a blank screen. Same thing happened over and over with each of the 8 attempts and then I deleted the app and moved on to this review.
This app is hands-down the most scammy and sleazy app that I have EVER seen in the App Store. I literally want to go wash my hands after having used it knowing that I’m going to cancel it immediately. First of all being so shady about the app not being free is one problem, but $7.99 for a QR scanning app is highway robbery and that’s how you know the people that make this app are scammers to the highest degree. Scammers with no shame charge 7.99 for a QR scanning app but scammers who are trying to come up with a way of paying their rent would charge $.99. Be assured you will find other QR scanning apps very very easily for no cost whatsoever in the App Store the disgust I have for this app is overwhelming.
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QR Code Reader · has 177 067 user reviews.
QR Code Reader · has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of QR Code Reader · (2.3.5) was released on Dec 19, 2019.
You can download QR Code Reader · here:.
The best app to scan QR Code and Barcode!
More than 15 types supported : QR Code, Barcode, Datamatrix, Code128, Code39, EAN-8, EAN-13, Google Auth
With powerful features
- Products & food detailed informations
- QR Code detailed data cards
- Scan history
- Folders to stay organized
- Batch Scan
- CSV Export
- You can subscribe for PRO account with unlimited scans, products infos and no ads
- Subscription options are: 1-month with 3-day trial, 3-month, 1-year
- Subscription automatically renews for the same price and duration period as the original "one month", "one quarter", "one year" package unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
- Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
- Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase
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