Finally a decent webcomic reader that supports multiple comics and is usable, instead of just a web browser with a selection of webcomic bookmarks. The library is still growing, so the selection is somewhat limited still, but some of my personal favorites are on there. This would be worth a buy if it wasn't already free. The biggest plus for me is the working archive support, something that Comica on Windows has, bit doesn't work, unfortunately. If this had a library that was anywhere near as in depth, it would be an instant 5 stars, so hopefully I'll be updating this at some point in the future.
Quite good! But missing some key features. The app works very well, and the panel-by-panel navigation is superb. I'm glad that you're supporting the artists. That said, it's missing a few key features. The biggest deal breaker for me is not remembering the last page you visited. I don't want to have to go though the archives every time I want to get back to where I left off. That option would be awesome, otherwise I just can't use it for comics I'm not all caught up in yet.
Great navigation, needs ad-free option I think I'm in love with this panel-by-panel navigation mechanism. It really makes comics come alive and dynamic. I would totally pay for an ad-free experience, though. Your analytics tell you it doesn't work on iOS, so why does it make sense on Android? Oh, and more frequent app updates would be nice.
Running out of Memory This is an overall good app. The ads can get annoying, but they are necessary. An excellent selection of webcomics, although they could use more. But my main problem with this app is the running out of memory errors that keep popping up. In order to fix this error I suggest adding the permission to write to external SD card if possible.
Easy to read, the rest is a bit harder It is very easy to read a comic with the app, and the single-frame feature works great. But few basic things are missing for me - a search option on the comics list, a way to save favorite strips and an option to add a comic to my favorites without going back to the main list, maybe from the archive page
Serviceable Right Now, Worth Keeping An Eye On Android has been in dire need of an app like this, and the devs have put out a good framework to build on. As it is, it's easiest to use to keep up with comics you're already reading than it is to dig into new ones--it doesn't save my place as I scroll through the archives, but reverts to the most recent page upon opening the comic. I have a few other issues, but this is the most pressing to me. This is a good app that can only really get better.
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