• Nards Barley


    I like to use Calibre, and I especially like to use the Content Server in order to browse my books from my tablets, Do you know if any of these comic book viewers allow you to browse a catalog in the same way you can with Aldiko or EZ-PDF?


  • I just posted a video review of all the apps we talked about!  Normally I copy mine to the SD card or load them onto the device by Calibre. I like calibre because it keeps large collections organized.

  • Nards Barley

    Haven’t you implemented Content Server so you can browse your catalog via wifi?

  • No, mainly because the average user who reads our news has 0 clue about it and its too techy! But no, I load most staff manually and frequently I am out of my house with my devices.

  • Nards Barley

    Ha. I hear you.

  • Guest

    Did you try “Challenger Viewer” ?
    It’s simple to use, you just have to scroll.

  • RAVM

    Droid Comic Viewer works really well on my Pocketbook IQ-701. Reads both CBZ and CBR files very easily.

  • Lino

    I use myComics and I think it’s one of the best available…
    Check it here:
    or here 

  •  We added this one to our store.

  • Arsenic

    On my kindle fire I use Comicat, this is an excellent app with great features and rock solid performance. The downside is that this app is not available on Android App store, so one can only buy it from Amazon app store.

  • comicrack is my favorite.. it also has a desktop version that allows you to convert files.. simply the best imo

  • Skeletor X

     I have tried comicrack and it seems to go to whatever page it wants when i swipe to turn the page.

  • Demolition Him

    Used many but IMHO, ComicRack is the best bar none followed by Perfect Reader. Komik Reader was good in the beginning but started having issues & then started force closing. Haven’t used Mobi reader due to its price & not so good reviews. Others are just average to OK.

  • schatzen

    Cool. Here is one of the latest comic app game for the Android. – See DC, Marvel, Game and Anime Universe collides in one gigantic Multiverse. Select your Hero from different versions of their Worlds in their own versions of their Universes. http://bit.ly/17gPSoe

  • anonymous coward

    Calibre [ http://calibre-ebook.com/ ] comes with a server built in. and with the latest update you don’t even need Dropbox to access it from anywhere.

  • Bob

    Have you tested Marvelous Comics ?
    Nice reader with store for old remastered comics

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  • Victor

    This is manga. It’s not comic

  • Pablo

    Recently, “Comic Time” has been release for Android devices. It’s the only comic reader with panel-by-panel guided view in any cbr/cbz comic and it’s free https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=es.dexx.solutions.comicreader.comictime

  • Pepi Cereda
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