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What LEGAL Manga app do you guys use ?
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Posted 9/27/17 , edited 9/27/17
Lezhin, Viz (WSJ), CR, Manga Box, Comix
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I mainly just read from whatever my local library has, since I'm too poor to go around buying lots of manga and I'm not gonna pirate. I have bought a volume here or there if there was a random missing volume in a longer series, but buying series would be too much.

If anyone knows of any legal subscription or ad-based manga apps/sites I'd be really interested, especially if they have more than really obscure titles.

Also, is there a reason why some of the titles that crunchyroll does have only start mid-way through? Like, I'd be really interested in reading fairytail here even though the interface is less than ideal, but I'd want to start from chapter 1... Unfortunately, I missed the humble bundle for it. Didn't realize humble bundles had a time limits on them and meant to check back later on that bundle when I was less busy, but when I did it was already over... I hope they'll have a repeat of it sometime...
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Posted 10/1/17 , edited 10/2/17
Currently, I'm only using two services: CR Manga and LINE Webtoon. The CR Manga app is decent, though the interface feels awkward/slippery at times. Line Webtoon is pretty awesome. Rather than Japanese manga, they have Korean manhwa. Its free and has plenty of series. Like manga, the quality varies from series to series. One of the biggest differences is that most of the manwhas are colored. Another is that most settings are in South Korea; which gives you an insight to Korean rather than Japanese culture. Its certainty a nice change of pace from regular manga.
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Posted 10/2/17 , edited 10/2/17
i use Viz Medias Jump app and Amazon Kindle but mainly i prefer to by my manga physical as there is something about holding an actually book, flipping the pages and the smell of the paper that makes it feel better than just looking at a screen
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Posted 10/7/17 , edited 10/7/17
Comico back before Netjuu went on hiatus.

Right now, I uses Renta, eBookJapan, Bookwalker, and sometimes Kindle. I mean, they are technically manga app one way or the other. >_>
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Posted 10/12/17 , edited 10/12/17
BookWalker is starting to become a pretty good app, they even have light novels. And since they have so much out-of-print or digital only manga, for me it's a favorite.

The app even has bookshelves so you can sort the downloaded digital books however you want, hahaha.
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Posted 11/25/17 , edited 11/25/17
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