A vCard is an electronic data format for representing
business card information. It is a formal
standard that is described in RFC
6350. It stores your contact information: name, email,
phone number and more. vCard data can be encoded into QR codes
that can be printed on a business card and read by the
Digit-Eyes app on your iPhone and by other apps that
understand the vCard data format.
vCards are a great way to share your contact information
and to get contact information about other people. When you
have a scannable vCard QR code on your email or business card,
this enables people to add you to their contacts or address
book with a single click.
And when you scan a vCard with Digit-Eyes, saving the
information in an accessible format in your contacts is a
To create your card, simply enter your information in the
fields below and click "Generate vCard QR
Code". You'll see your code and be able to
copy and save it to your desktop.
So what's in that code?
Data in the vCard format is stored text file according to
the vCard specification; these files typically use the .vcf
extension. The vCard files are properly recognized by the vast
majority of applications and mobile devices. When
you create a QR code with vCard data in it, the information is
simply encoded into the QR format.
Your information is as shown to the right: