Wont open files Keep tryinh to read comics on it and this DAM MESSAGE KEEPS COMING UP 'Oops can't open file may be due to low memory try closing acv and opening it after a while' I HAVE 2GIGS AND I CLOSED ACV FOR THREE WEEKS AND IT WOULDN'T OPEN FIX THIS ~SAMSUNG Galaxy S2
Overall fairly good Recent changes have improved quality greatly. Took me a bit to figure out how to get the menu up and modify the settings. Now that I have it set to my preferences it serves my needs perfectly. Many CBR files have issues in this app, yet work in all other apps.
No updates? Nothing? I've downgraded my review from 5 to 2 stars because I'm having to use another app for cbr files. How long is it going to take to get cbr support out of beta? This would be the best comic reader out there if only the dev would sort out the issues. Until then, I'll be using a reader that actually works.
Decent Reader, Not for Archives It usually runs out of memory when it comes to archives in general. If it does open the archive, then there is a chance for corrupted images full of artifacts. The back button doesn't behave like it does in other apps, causing mistaken exits highly likely. In the file manager, make it go up a level. In the comic viewer, make it, by default, go back a page or exit the comic, but stay within the app.
Doesn't work on cbr files CBR is supposedly supported, it is nog working right though. It always crashes on cbr comics on my galaxy tablet (2) and seldom works on my Galaxy S4. No updates to fix this.
Solution to low memory error This app is not to blame for that error, I received the error on a few files, after some research, it's linked to the technology being used to read the comics. CBR files are the issue. Phones and tablets have trouble with the way they are read. Easiest solution out there: Download a program like (ComicRack) for windows or mac, find your CBR file in the program by using their explorer, right click the file, choose Export Books, then select convert file to CBZ. CBZ files are working fine. no error. There is another solution where you extract the image files from the CBR file by converting it to a regular ZIP file (warning, it's not as simple as changing the extesion to .zip, that will break the file, use "Calibre" or another program), the ComicRack way requires less time, and you can select multiple files to convert at once. Hope this helps, I'm enjoying being able to read on my tablet.
Premium version for those who wish to remove the ads. Go to Settings > Premium to purchase it.
Fixed bug that prevented opening comic files with ACV from external apps.
Other minor bug fixes and performance improvements.