Manga - Naruto, Bleach & More

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  • Last update: 3 years ago
  • Version: 5.7.1
  • Size: 9.9 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: VIZ Media, LLC
  • Content rating: Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Languages: English
  • In-App Purchases:
  • Weekly Shonen Jump 12-month Membership $25.99
  • Naruto Volunme 58 $6.99
  • Blue Exorcist Volume 1 $6.99
  • Naruto Volume 57 $6.99
  • Rosario+Vampire Volume 1 $6.99
  • Beast Master Volume 1 $6.99
  • Blue Exorcist Volume 2 $6.99
  • Rosario+Vampire Volume 2 $6.99
  • Naruto Volume 56 $6.99
  • Black Bird Volume 1 $6.99
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Manga - Naruto, Bleach & More Review

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Manga - Naruto, Bleach & More Review

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Welcome to the VIZ Manga app! You now have the greatest manga from Japan at your fingertips, at long last in a convenient, downloadable format for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch! Your manga purchases will be accessible from all iOS devices and shared bookmarks provide an even more seamless reading experience.

With Naruto, Bleach, Death Note, Vampire Knight, One Piece, Dragon Ball, Bakuman & hundreds more titles across a wide range of genres, we’ve got something for everyone, whether you’re an action addict or a romantic at heart, a fantasy fanatic or a sci-fi aficionado, a comics geek or an art lover.

New to manga? Can't decide what to get? Every month we provide a number of free previews for you to download and explore. Take a look, figure out what you like: you're only a screen-tap away from fantastic adventures!

We’re updating our catalog constantly with everything from much-loved classics to the hottest new series, so make sure and check back with us regularly to get the latest releases.

Enjoy!

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    ltsk
    iTunes
    Biggest frustration I have is the extremely limited search function when trying to find manga to purchase. No ability to search by manga-ka. Alternative titles (romanization of the Japanese title rather than whatever they decide to title it) not available. No genre search (shōjo, shōnen, josei, etc., or horror, romance, action, fantasy, etc.). Scanlation sites are better laid out, particularly if yoiure trying to find something new to read rather than finding a known title. The new heightened focus on Shōnen Jump chapters makes the home page a total mess. They also collect a heck of a lot of data on users with not much of an opt-out option. Their ecatalog is missing big titles, like Ranma 1/2 and Inu Yasha, as well as a number of more obscure yet very interesting titles I know they sold hard copy that I've wanted to read for a while. Rumiko Takahashi is an incredibly popular manga-ka and has been for decades and Viz is definitely printing English translations of her works, but none of her stuff is on there. So strange. I was expecting a LOT more to be available seeing as Viz has been selling manga here in the States forever and their hard copy catalog has significant depth, but no dice on a lot of titles I was looking forward to buying. Still, it's nice to be able to buy my tankōbon as ebooks, since I've totally run out of shelf space and the towering stacks on the floor are getting unwieldy, and their personal library function works pretty well so far. They do have Bleach, and considering there are eventually going to be 73 tankōbon, ebooks is really the best way to go with that or any of the other long-running titles. They also have a lot of free chapters available so readers can dip their toe and find out if they want to sink the $7-$11 into the manga, as well as entire series in current release, like Boys Over Flowers Season 2 (just don't try to find it under Hana Yori Dango).
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    Hoodedace-007
    iTunes
    I think this is the best app(I have not tried any others... Yet) out there, I have most of Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, One punch man, Dr. Slump, All you need is kill, and some others. It's worth having, I just got a new iPad and am loving it. It works great with my manga and the picture is amazing(Sorry but its true). This is a app for all you manga readers, I like having the books on paper and do. Like Dragon Ball, Fullmetal Alchemist, Death Note, The legend of Zelda, Tokyo Ghoul, Berserk, and some others as well. But to be able to have all of my books in one place is even better. To be able to read book after book and never have to keep switching from each book is great, but the only problem is if I forget to charge my iPad it does not work. But than again if I don't have proper light the books don't work as well. But with every upside there's bound to be a downside to it as well. Like a knife can have a sharp side but unless its a double edged knife its dull on the other side. I would say get this app, try out some free chapters and see what you think. I don't think you will be disappointed at all.
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    Clayguynerd
    iTunes
    This WOULD be a 5-star review if not for the unforgiveabe amount of crashing. The app is well-designed aesthetically, and of course you can read tons of great manga with good, official translations and high-quality images. I mainly use it for Weekly Shonen Jump so I'm frequently downloading and deleting issues. Here's the problem: If you do ANYTHING in this app, there is a 1 in 5 chance that it will crash. This is SO FRUSTRATING. I've had the app for years and it didn't use to be like this. It's disappointing that a company like this can't make a functional app. Please, in the name of all that is holy, FIX what has been BROKEN.

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