With over 15,000 titles to browse, this app is pretty massive. It actually allows for users to interact and chat with other fans about the various titles. The interaction and selection is great, but this app also isn’t the most top knotch. Don’t get me wrong, this is a good app for what it wants to do; there are just others out there that can do more.
Viz Media Manga Apps
Viz Media is actually its own manga publisher. They have multiple apps that allows access to their weekly Shonen Jump magazine, a Naruto specific reading app, and just a standard manga app. All the apps are free to download and the manga itself will cost you, but the prices are fair. Having Viz Media at your fingertips will give you admittance to their privately owned manga, so it could be worth the cash.
Zingbox is very simple. It has a big library and allows for downloading for reading offline. Everything on there is free. This app is often updated and offers service in over ten different languages. I would recommend this one the most for those just beginning to jump into the manga pool.
Once you’ve got the app, dive into the good stuff immediately. Here’s a Top Ten Manga List to get you started.