Tada Gets

 - Mar 4, 2008
References: kilian-nakamura
A Japanese magazine called "Tada Gets" (things for free) started to put out issues composed almost entirely of QR codes. By scanning those codes, the reader can link up via cell phone to free ring tones, decorations, games, music, pictures and other kinds of content. The magazine's approach to the print media market has been aided by the fact that many young readers now get unlimited data plans on their cell phones and can download and scan stuff without incurring in huge charges. The magazine also publishes some written content but most of it is QR codes of different sizes and color.