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LabeLink for Smartphone for iOS

By SATO CORPORATIONFreeUser Rating

Key Details of LabeLink for Smartphone

  • LabeLink for Smartphone is a new smartphone application from SATO which has been developed to read patented, digital watermarks on pre-printed tags...
  • Last updated on October 17, 2014
  • There have been 9 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)


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LabeLink for Smartphone is a new smartphone application from SATO which has been developed to read patented, digital watermarks on pre-printed tags...
LabeLink for Smartphone is a new smartphone application from SATO which has been developed to read patented, digital watermarks on pre-printed tags and labels. The unique digital watermarks available from SATO, are designed to send you to a specified website, portal or internal system, when embedded code is scanned. How to use1)Start up LabeLink.2)Wait for the screen to automatically change to camera mode.3)Hold the device 5 ~15cms away from the label or tag until the camera is focused. The application will automatically attempt to scan the pre-printed label or tag.4)When the label or tag is successfully scanned, a special icon in the form of a d will appear in the middle of the screen.Operating SystemiOS (version 4.3 and above)AttentionConfirm that your smartphone is listed under the approved devises and agree to the `Terms of Service` located on the following LabeLink support site, before proceeding to use this application. http://www.sato.co.jp/labelink/If no d appears and the screen stays in camera mode during scanning, make sure the camera lens is clean. Also try scanning in a brighter environment or activating the built-in light by pressing the button on the screen.Due to specification differences, the performance and speed of scanning may differ even between approved devises. Depending on the environment, there is chance that labels and tags will not be scanned successfully.

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