Roundup of the Best Android Comic Readers
There are lots of comic book readers for Android phones and tablets; here are some of the most highly rated comic viewers.
Mango – Manga reader
Mango is a free, but ad-supported manga (Japanese comics) reader for Android devices. Choose from a huge library of over 8 thousand fan-translated manga, including: Bleach, One Piece, Naruto, Fairy Tail, Air Gear, Gantz, D.Gray-man, and thousands more.
The Mango Service strips down HTML data before sending it to the phone, which speeds up download times. This Android comic reader can load all 7,000 of MangaFox’s titles in just a few seconds, and all on one page. You can then save them to your SD card and read them later.
Gives access to more than 22 years of Dilbert strips. The comic strips are pre-downloaded before you reach them so that there is absolutely no loading delay when switching from one strip to another.
Of such you will not be left hanging if you lose data connection as often happens in subways and other low-reception areas. It is also possible to share strips with your friends, through Facebook, Twitter and MMS.
This is an all-in-one free and ad-free comic strip reader for Android phones. Use it to read 345 of the most famous comics including Garfield, Dilbert, Xkcd, Abstruse Goose, PhD Comics, Pickles, Geek and Poke, Calvin and Hobbes, Spiked Math and many more.
You need to have a SD card on the phone, as Comic Reader won’t run on a mobile without a SD card. QR code
This comic reader has an easy to use interface and allows you to read over 300,000 comic strips from over 120 comics. Supported comics strips include: The Academia Waltz, Adam@Home, Agnes, Alley Oop, Andy Capp, Animal Crackers, The Argyle Sweater, Legend of Bill, Liberty Meadows, The Meaning of Lila, The Middletons, Minimum Security, Moderately Confused, Molly and the Bear, Momma, Monty.
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