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Manga Bird - Best manga reader
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Books||1.23||August 03, 2016||4.68|
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Version 1.23 released on August 03, 2016
Tips: You can alway close the ads by clicking the close button in the top right corner even it's not shown, no need to wait several seconds. -Fixed a crash bug -Fixed a frozen issue on iOS 7 How to mark chapters as read? -Make sure your manga is in read history, click any chapter to enter manga viewer if it doesn't. In manga detail, enter "Select mode", then choose some chapters. Finally, click the flag button in the top right to confirm. How to use range select? -In manga detail, enter "Select mode", then select starting chapter and ending chapter. Finally, click the button in the top right to confirm.
Version 1.22 released on July 30, 2016
This version isn't for iOS 7, Please don't update if your device's iOS 7. -Support "Range select" -Support "Mark as read" -Ads will be shown when sliding to next chapter Instead of in last page. If you don't want it to be shown, click "Next chapter" button please. -Bug fixes.
Version 1.21 released on April 01, 2016
-Fixed a crash issue when ads pop up -Ads won’t change your screen orientation -Show related manga faster -New manga image cropper -Fixed a bug about last read
Version 1.20 released on March 05, 2016
-Show full chapter names in list view in manga detail -Sign read chapters with gray color -Image zoom optimize -Remember screen lock orientation automatically -Remove vungle video ads -Support advanced search, filter manga by genres -Delete manga in history by days -It won’t stop your background music playing now -Related manga optimize -UI optimize -Other bug fixes Tips: you can always close ads, even the close button(top right corner) doesn't show up. Ads free promotion is over, thank you for your support all the time! If you enjoy Manga Bird, please rate for us. If you meet some problem, please report it to us by feedback in app, we'll reply to you ASAP.
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No download limits, Ads can be closed. Manga Bird is an excellent manga reader app on both iPhone and iPad. The application has more than 10000 free mangas in multiple languages. With a beautiful and simple interface, Mangabird will help you enjoy your favorite manga anytime, anywhere. Background download, latest manga release auto-checking, offline reading features allow you read manga in an extremely convenient way. FEATURES: Manga Viewer -Features Page Scroll and Page Curl reading modes -Features Horizontal and Vertical reading modes -Features One page and Two pages reading modes in landscape for iPad -Features Day and Night reading modes -Supports 2 reading directions: left to right and right to left -Supports bookmark management for every manga -Supports Zoom In/Out, Brightness Control, Image Crop, and Orientation Lock -Auto detect and cut in half for two-page manga picture Manga Download -Supports multiple concurrent downloads -Reads downloaded chapters when offline -Prioritize/Pause/Resume/Remove downloads -Manage all downloads in single interface Manga Management -Browse manga categories just by swiping to the left or right -Supports Favorite a manga to keep track of its releases -Auto check and notify favorited manga's releases every day in the background -Switch to another manga source with one click -Supports reading history management -Search for manga by title or author name -Search for chapter by chap. Name in manga details -Sort chapters in Ascending/Descending in manga details -Multi-Select chapters to download or delete in manga details -Check storage size of every read manga in storage management
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