QR Code Generator Online

A simple way to get unlimited url-based QR codes.

Please, provide a valid URL.

About this tool

  • URL to QR Code
  • Free QR Code to image (PNG export)
  • Free QR Code to clipboard (copy your QR code image)
  • No QR limits and no sign up required

How to create a QR Code?

To generate QR Code using this tool, add the target URL on the input. Then, click on "Generate QR" and your QR code will be created instantly! Following these simple steps, you will learn how to make a qr code for a link.

After creating a QR Code, make sure your QR target is correct by clicking on the hyperlink icon. This button will send you to the URL included in the QR Code so you can validate whether the destination URL is correct or not.

What are the benefits of QR Codes?

The main benefits of creating a QR code are: quick and free implementation, mobile-friendly approach, storage of multiple and varied information and increased customer experience and engagement.

Having these benefits in mind, you can make a QR Code if you think the above items will improve access to your resources. Using this QR code creator tool, the experience of users accessing your URLs or resources will be enhanced. Try converting link to qr code and enjoy all the benefits!

How to scan QR Code?

When you create QR code from URL with our tool, you most likely want to validate the generated QR code by using one of your devices. This could be complicated the first time you do it, or even if you have a device that doesn't natively integrate qr scanning features... but don't worry! Here are the instructions to scan qr codes on the most used devices.


iPhones with iOS 11 and above (supported from iPhone 5s onwards) have a built-in feature to scan QRs integrated to the camera. Otherwise, you can use free high reputation apps from App Store like QR Code Reader or QR Code & Barcode Scanner.


The approach is the same as in iPhone. Most iPad devices have a built-in QR code scanner integrated in the camera. Above apps in App Store are another option to scan qr codes with iPad.


Android 9 (Android Pie) and Android 10 also have a built-in QR code reader in the camera, and some devices with Android 8 (Oreo) support this feature too. In other cases, Google Lens have a feature for qr code to scan, along with related options to search the web using your camera.

Do QR Codes expire?

No. You can use the created qr code forever! Keep in mind that if you want to change the URL of your QR code, you will need to update the existing qr to a new one.