Newport Beach, CA, April 15, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The idea behind this is fairly simple, turn your email into a barcode that can be scanned by already existing technology at retail and grocery stores to get a paperless receipt.
Paper receipts account for billions of pounds of waste in landfills around the world. As people and companies start to adapt to getting more receipts electronically, tools like this will become much more of a normality.
Barcodely's branding on the website and iOS app is bright and fun, different than the black and white barcode business itself. To use, just type in your email and it will generate your code. You can then have a cashier scan your email rather than spelling it out.
The barcode itself is based on a Code 128 barcode language that is used by retailers such as Nordstrom, Whole Foods and Petco.
Turn your email (or anything else) into a scannable barcode you can use for things like paperless receipts at checkout. Bacodely.com