by Joe White
June 19, 2013
Two recent additions to the Cydia Store, NativeQR (pictured above) and Decode Camera, allow jailbreakers to easily scan QR codes on an iPhone handset using the built-in Camera app. While NativeQR is available for $1.99, Decode Camera carries a slightly lower price tag at $1.50. The only major difference between the two jailbreak tweaks is that NativeQR allows users to share contacts between smartphones using a generated on-screen QR code, while Decode Camera doesn't (as of this writing). Whether that relatively minor feature is worth an additional $0.49, however, is up to you. Though Apple's iOS 7 takes a whole load of inspiration from the jailbreak community, QR scanning hasn't yet reached the built-in Camera app (though a number of other features have). As mentioned, NativeQR and Decode Camera are available in the Cydia Store for $1.99 and $1.50, respectively. Check out the new jailbreak tweaks now, or for further jailbreak related news, see: Cydia Tweak: Vox Offers iDevice Owners A New, Minimalistic Battery Indicator, Cydia Tweak: NCEnough Shortens Notification Center Based On Its Contents, and Cydia Tweak: Slide2Kill Pro Adds Special Gestures To The App Switcher.