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Key Ring

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Rating: 3.16/5 (365 votes)

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Leave those bulky club cards at home!  With Key Ring you can create a digital copy of any club card by simply scanning its barcode or by manually entering the barcode number / membership ID.  Key Ring provides logos for over 650 retailers. If your retailer isn't listed, no worries just select 'other' retailer from the drop down and manually enter its name. At the point of sale, simply launch the Key Ring application, select your saved card from the home screen and have the retail associate scan the barcode from the screen. Yes, you can scan a barcode from your screen. We've enhanced the Key Ring user interface to increase the scanning success rate. For best results, please use with handheld laser, CCD or image scanners. If possible, avoid using Key Ring with flatbed laser scanners.

Features:

  • Supports Scanning ITF, EAN13, EAN8, UPCA, UPCE, Code128, and Code39 one dimensional barcodes
  • Retailer logos automatically added to 650 plus retailers from around the globe
  • Integrated barcode scanner
  • Supports adding non-barcode cards such as Hertz rental car, American Airlines etc
  • Backup and restore cards on SD card
  • Manually add your own retailers
  • Leverages ScanWow™ technology to aid with scanning from device screen 
  • Stores unlimited cards

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