This plugin lets you easily create clickable and customizable QR codes for any Android app in the Market. They are context aware (checks user agent).
Many people write about Android apps on WordPress blogs, and it's common to just provide a text link to the application in the Web Market. Google's Installation button that pushes apps directly to our phones is very convenient, but some people still prefer good old QR codes.
With the Android Market QR Codes WP Plugin, you can have the best of both worlds: a clickable and customizable QR code that's easy to add. The plugin can even show the app's current rating, along with its title and official icon. When scanned, the QR codes naturally take you to the Market on your phone. The QR codes are also clickable, and if you click on the codes using a computer, you will be taken to the Web Market, but if you tap on them from an Android device, it will open the Market app on your mobile.
The Android Market QR Codes WP Plugin uses WordPress shortcodes feature, and is very easy to use.
1) Visit either the Android Market on the web or the popular third-party site AppBrain.com, and locate the app you want to create a QR code for.
2) In your web browser, copy the entire URL from the address bar and paste it into a WordPress post or page. Paste the link where you want the QR code to appear. You can also just use the name of the app instead of a Web Market link, but the first two methods are recommended since they extract the package name.
3) Simply surround the link with [qr] [/qr], and a QR code will be generated automatically by the plugin. You don't need to use WordPress HTML mode.
4) The appearance of the QR codes can be customized from WP Admin > Settings > Android Market QR Codes.
A regular link to an app in the Android Market on the web:
The WordPress plugin automatically excludes any redundant info at the end of the links, so you don't have to remove it yourself. Thus, this type of link will work as well.
AppBrain links are also supported:
Just the name of an app: