Sparta, NJ (PRWEB) April 05, 2012
The new ‘freeway to advertise’ that hit the World Wide Web, and is giving QR codes a run for their money, announced today that their listing and posting site, The Road Code, app is now available for Blackberry. The Road Code app for Android, iPhone and the iPad launched early last month. These free applications give user’s on-the-go access to any and all of the Rode Codes on the site.
“The Android, iPad and iPhone apps are doing quite well,” said Paul Brocky, co-owner of The Road Code. “Our app makes life easy for the end-user, especially compared to how QR codes work. You don’t have to snap a shot of our code; you just type in the 4-digit alpha numeric code when you see it or remember it for later.”
The Road Code App gives users the ability to:
- Access Road Code’s anytime and any place
- Free access to real-time information on the go
- An easy-to-use app with rich content that gives users only the information that they want
- Ability to save the code on device for future reference.
Users can download the free application from Blackberry’s App World, as well as Android’s Market (Google Play) and iTunes. The app is also at http://www.roadcodeapp.com where more information and screen shot tutorials are available.
“We are here to fill a void in the QR code market,” added Tom Catuosco, co-owner of The Road Code. “And if our users demand apps, then that’s where we need to be. Our product is user-friendly so that we can continue to deliver users quality service.”
The Road Code, found at http://www.TheRoadCode.com, is an online informational and listing website that allows users to create their own mini websites that lets them post the who, what, when, where, why about anything they want to promote or sell. Once they have put in all this information into a profile, complete with picture and video capabilities, they are given a four-digit code to use in their marketing and promotional efforts, as well as the ability to print The Road Code signs to post with this unique code. And the best part about the site is that it’s free.
For more information, please visit http://www.TheRoadCode.com or call KKPR Marketing & Public Relations at 570.296.2333.
About The Road Code
The Road Code was created and developed by two long-time friends, Paul Brocky and Tom Catuosco in March of 2011 and launched as a free listing and posting site that allows users to share information in a new and exciting way. Paul’s previous life experience in the “real estate world” sparked the idea that lets “drivers” on The Road Code create their own mini-site, which allows them to put the 5 W’s of whatever they would like - whether it’s an event, a realtor selling a home, someone selling their car, or whatever your heart might desire - and get a four-character code that can be put into the Road Code site (http://www.TheRoadCode.com), or the free app, and all that information will be displayed. Complete with photo and video capabilities, the site truly allows people to promote their wares, events, existing websites or services for free.