KOAMTAC® launches KTSync® for iOS®, a specially designed keyboard wedge application software for KDC® and Apple® users that seamlessly collects and transmits barcode data to any iOS application.
August 11, 2015, Princeton, NJ - KOAMTAC®, Inc. today announced the release of KTSync® for iOS, a keyboard wedge software for iOS® applications, which will enable fast and reliable transmission of barcode and RFID data collected with the KDC® barcode scanner or RFID reader to any iOS application.
As long as the iOS device is updated with iOS 8.1 or later and the KTSync for iOS application has been downloaded, users will be able to send barcode data collected with the KDC scanner to any iOS application through KTSync, which supports a faster and more reliable data transmission speed than the standard HID Bluetooth connection. Users can send barcode or RFID data to any existing iOS application through the KTSync keyboard wedge application, without having to develop their own custom application.
Options for KDC hardware include 1D/2D barcode, RFID, NFC, MSR, and Chip-and-PIN readers, as well as, models that support GPS and Wi-Fi. The combination of KDC hardware and KTSync provides wireless barcode and RFID data collection in such areas of Distribution/Retail, Warehouse, Healthcare, Field Services, Property Management, Hospitality, Transportation, Logistics, and Event Technology.
KTSync for iOS is now available for free download in the Apple® App Store™. KTSync for Android® also supports the keyboard emulation feature and is available for download in the Google Play™ store.
KOAMTAC provides various software solutions to KDC users, which include the KTSync keyboard wedging and application generator, SDK (Software Development Kit), and KoamTacON®, a web based mobile data collection application builder. For more information regarding the free one-year trial for KoamTacON, the KOAMTAC Developer Program, and other details, please visit www.koamtac.com.
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