The concept is same as scanning QR codes, but only hyperlinks and content. Is there such an app?
Sometimes i see long hyperlink on a web page that i would like to have copied to my smartphone.
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Scanning a hyperlink on a page (visually, as QR code usually is) can be problematic. After all, almost every link on the page you're reading does not present a full URL that can be used by the handset (e.g. http://www.google.com doesn't bring you where it says that it does). In light of this, the Chrome to Phone extension for the Chrome browser can send a page to your phone where you can bookmark it. In addition, you get several other nice features (send a highlighted number to your phone's dialer from the browser or launch Google Maps links on your phone from a browser link). Very handy.
If you aren't thrilled with Chrome, Firefox even has an add-on
You can basically scan text with it and it is copied to the device as raw text.