Cristallight Software

iBarcoder

4.5 / 5 2 reviews

Who Uses This Software?

Personal and small/mid size business


Average Ratings

2 Reviews
  • 4.5 / 5
    Overall
  • 4.5 / 5
    Ease of Use
  • 4.5 / 5
    Customer Service

Product Details

  • Starting Price
    $49.95/one-time/user
  • Pricing Details
    Price: $49.95 Discount: $10 (2- 3 copies) $15 (4-10 copies)
  • Free Demo
    Yes
  • Deployment
    Installed - Mac
  • Training
    No
  • Support
    Online

Vendor Details

  • Cristallight Software
  • www.cristallight.com
  • Founded 2004
  • United States

About iBarcoder

iBarcoder is the one of the most popular barcode maker and label generator tools on the market. The product supports more then 40 barcode symbologies, the most popular ones are QR Code, ISBN, UPC, EAN, CodaBar, Code128, Code39, Code93, MSI, PostNet, GS1-128, SSCC-18, GTIN-14, GS1-Databar, and DataMatrix. the iBarcoder advantages are barcode live preview feature, saving and modifying barcodes using various settings intrinsic to a certain barcode symbology, built-in advanced tools and more.


iBarcoder Features

  • Barcode Generation
  • Barcode Scanning
  • Custom Labels
  • Inventory Management
  • Label Templates
  • Receiving Labels
  • RFID
  • Serial Number Tracking
  • Shipping Labels

iBarcoder Reviews

HQ barcode generator software

Oct 18, 2016
4/5
Overall
5 / 5
Ease of Use
4 / 5
Features & Functionality
4 / 5
Customer Support
5 / 5
Value for Money

Comments: Useful barcode software with great printing and labeling options. I like the barcode serialization from Excel document.

Great bar code maker with sequential bar codes feature

Oct 17, 2016
5/5
Overall
4 / 5
Ease of Use
5 / 5
Features & Functionality
5 / 5
Customer Support
5 / 5
Value for Money

Comments: Really satisfied with the ability to print a certain number of labels using data merging from .csv files, or other data sources. Needed to add variable information such as the description, the SKU and the barcode. Implementation was really easy. The ability to add variable logos to labels would be a deal breaker.