So which e-reader is best for reading downloaded manga? Or better yet, which one is popular among anons?
My bookshelves are overloaded with stuff and I'm tired of reading it on my desktop despite having a 27" rotatable monitor.
More so, spending a reasonable amount on these devices seems like a logical choice compared to continuously buying hard copies.
Kobo Aura HD
We get this kind of threads almost every day, why not go to /g/ or somewhere else, like bleeding google for example? You're a faggot.
I would go with a tablet unless you figured out the magic to perfectly cropping manga scans to get all and only the white parts out.
Android is hands down superior to iOS for manga. I just use an old Asus transformer prime.
I think a good 10" is best and I wouldn't want anything smaller. Manga looks great at that size.
Just use perfectviewer and download from scanlators/mangatraders and that is all you need.
For watching animu, though, my ipad air is better than any android tablet I've found. Plays 10bit 1080p BD flawlessly.
>inb4 "hurr watching in public"
No. It just makes it so I can get really comfy on my bed and watch a few episodes of something before bed. It has helped me hammer out a lot of backlog.
Cool /g/ thread
Do you recommend anything for anime on Android?
Also, for manga apps I really like Mango (not in store, gotta sideload it) and Manga Rock. Never really have a problem finding anything anymore.
Oh and PefectViewer for western comics.
>For watching animu, though, my ipad air is better than any android tablet I've found
If you're sitting in your own house why not use a TV, you goof. I can think of zero benefits of using a ten inch tablet when you can get a nice 1080p monitor for half the price.
You niggers are why /g/ is filled with shitty macfags and phonetards
It seems like manga watcher and perfectviewer are mostly used for reading manga.
I''m thinking of getting Nexus 7 2013 edition though the price is a bit too high atm.
kobo aura HS is best
Macfags and phonetards don't know shit about technology, that's why they come to /g/.
But threads like these do belong on /g/, not /a/
>implying /g/ won't shit on you for /a/ crap and giving zero suggestions
>Do you recommend anything for anime on Android?
I can't speak to the new android tablets but my Asus just never had the power. Dropped frames and mangled subs and shit.
No app ever made a difference.
From what I've heard the new devices still aren't perfect, which is why I went with the air. First apple device I've ever owned and I HATE EVERYTHING about it aside from watching animu on it. It is even terrible for trying to read manga on thanks to no proper archive access to the user aside from fucking itunes. It takes twice as long to load manga to the ipad because you can't just download directly to your device. Also the reading apps all blow ass compared to perfectviewer.
Disgusting. Most pull from fucking mangafox and shit. Enjoy your shitty quality, watermarks, and censorship.
Download from scanlators and open in perfectviewer. Only way to read manga properly on a tablet.
Because it's not as comfy? I can just lay back on my pillow, prop my tablet up on its stand, and watch animu laying down. I don't do it for everything, but it's nice for latenite viewing when I don't feel like sitting at my battlestation.
And it also was great for in the deer blind this last season and having something to do while waiting for durr to arrive.
Perfectviewer is pretty much the defacto manga app for android. IIRC even their Google Play page has manga in the library pictures.
iPad has 4:3 aspect ratio which, along with its good screen, makes it physically the best for reading manga.
I use a 2012 nexus 7 works great for manga if the brightness is a problem for eyestrain you can use flux like apps to change the brightness and colour of the screen to something warmer. You can also use es explorer and stream anime directly from your pc harddrive it handles anything 720p with ease. I hated tablets before thought they were just crippled laptops but now I use it more than my desktop and in greater comfort.
On the topic of Manga apps. I mostly agree with you. I try to download only from Batoto but it's mostly the convenience of it all that sells me.
Fuck that shit.
good evening, /a/
I'm drunk. Why are we talking about tablets?
MXplayer is the only good android video player
2013 Nexus 7
SCViewer for manga MX Player for anime.
I've been knocking out my manga backlog because of this and I've only had it a few weeks.
Though I still prefer a physical copy with manga a lot of stuff isn't localized so until I know moon this is what I'll do for those.
GUYS I FIGURED OUT WHY WE'RE TALKING ABOUT TABLETS!
Have a good night
But first it would have to stop sucking absolute dicks for actually reading.
Nothing comes close to the ease and function of just downloading from scanlators/mangatraders right to the device and bam, it's right in your perfectviewer library and ready to read.
Fuck having to transfer shit over from your PC via the awful clusterfuck that is itunes. Might be fine for reading shit that has already finished but it's absolute ass for following any ongoing shit. I don't want to be bothered plugging my fucking tablet in every day or so just to transfer over manga. I can download and read on my android without even getting off the toilet/couch/bed/etc.
You want convenience? Mangatraders + Perfectviewer. Seriously.
>click download link
Because they are better for manga than a PC.
For iOS I recommend Comicglass, for Android SCViewer.
I use moboplayer, have to soft decode mkvs but it still works flawlessly. Might have to only use 480p depending on your processing power.
download manga watcher and use it before talking shit. you can read manga from various sources, even batoto.
Im using nookHd, love this shit.
Please don't tell me these steps are mandatory for all devices... looks very tedious when you're trying to read loads of series.
Get rid of that ram cleaner shit.
>better for manga than a PC
That's a good one.
>you can read manga from various sources, even batoto.
Why would I bother?
It's still inferior to just using PV and downloading from the actual source. It takes me ~2 seconds to download a manga chapter of the shit I'm following and there are no load times/etc.
Also batoto doesn't carry a lot of shit I read out of their "non-lewd (unless it gets us a ton of traffic)" policy
Holy shit, no.
Perfectviewer + scanlator sites/mangatraders is the perfect system and doesn't require you to even plug your device into a computer.
Yes. It's shit. Leave the RAM management to Android, it does a good job of it.
No. Just use perfectviewer and put rars/zips on your tablet and it reads them fine
Stop being retarded.
I bought an iPad Mini II yesterday, and I really like the app Manga Storm for batch-downloading series and reading offline.
It can download off of Batoto, so no scaling or watermarks.
But I'm still in need of a way to read my loli-manga.
Anybody know an iOS app that allows reading .zip files or such?
Is SCviewer good? I use acv because it can open zip/rar files but the interface could be better zooming is awkward.
But it is.
>close to actual correct page size
>mobile so you can lounge around on your couch/etc
>can read while taking a shit
>don't have to rotate your monitor every time you want to read mango (you do at least rotate your monitor, right?)
And multiple tabs/tasks are nothing for new devices. I can browse /a/ in between manga chapters even on my old as fuck asus without issue.
>and put rars/zips on your tablet
You can skip that step and just download them directly to the PV library folder.
why not both?
Im using mangawatcher for new chapter, PV for collection.
The only issue I've ran into is it freaking out on a few zip/rar files and not opening them. Error said file wasn't found so I don't know if that's SCviewer or the file its self. Besides that it's fantastic and have a great UI.
Why the split?
I'll admit I use mangatraders to keep track of many of the series I'm currently following just for the ease of it. But I'm also following a few hundred mangos.
So much easier just to download them and be done with it.
>close to actual correct page size
Screen size is physically bigger.
>mobile so you can lounge around on your couch/etc
Jokes on you, I can turn my monitors around and watch from my bed.
>can read while taking a shit
This is really the only advantage and why I've got a Nexus 7.
>don't have to rotate your monitor every time you want to read mango
You gots to be kidding me. I'm not poor, I've got a monitor in portrait specifically for this sort of shit.
I might give it a try then they all seem to sometimes have issues with archives though acv has some memory problem with them.
Is manga watcher not on the play store?
Some series are not worth downloading. Read it in one go and let it go.
Nope, it is not in the play store.
>reading while shitting
maximum pleb every 3d h8r knows the primary reason for this is avoiding disgusting bodily flesh functions.
>they all seem to sometimes have issues with archives
Never had a problem with perfect viewer myself
Nigger get the fuck out.
how is the ui though honestly? does it feel natural and non awkward?
Name of the foobar skin?
pretty awkward for the first time.
"I'm tired of reading my free manga on my bomb ass computer"
so you're going to spend $300-$500 on a 10'' tablet to read your free manga?
yeah that's a real good decision, do it.
just get the most expensive one you can find, and make sure you get next day saturday shipping too.
>Screen size is physically bigger.
Tablets are only slightly bigger than a physical copy and thus closer to the correct size for the medium.
Jokes on you, I don't live in such a small place that my PC monitor is visible from everywhere.
I do? But with a 64gb card and 32gb internal, it's not as though I'm somehow hurting for storage and can thus afford to download and read in the best quality.
>not reading while shitting
I used to be like you. Just shitting quick and being done with it. But once I found the pleasure of a good shitting read, I'll never be able to go back. You're missing out.
The UI is mostly hidden and done with taps to certain parts of the screen (when actually reading). The UI for the library and shit is lightweight and functional, see >>100864247
I've used everything else on android and iOS and nothing comes close.
Nigga who gives a shit about that.
Bigger is better, unfortunately for you.
>Jokes on you, I don't live in such a small place that my PC monitor is visible from everywhere.
>being this shit at interior decoration
There are a lot of black tablets so I don't recognize that.
seriously the most disgusting thing I have to do is shit followed closely by masturbating and I hate myself for it everytime.
I feel the same, that's why I distract myself with manga.
Can anyone recommend the nexus 7 2nd gen? Ebay has a 32gb for $235 and I'm thinking about getting it
Probably a bit controversial but I think a LCD screen is better than e-ink for manga alone. (Though e-ink is by far better for reading text.) I'd recommend the Nook HD+ for a cheap tablet with near ideal screen size and resolution for manga. You can probably get a refurbished one around $120. Install custom firmware and it's a great 9" tablet for the price.
Yes. Go for it.
I have the Nexus 7, put all my manga on Dropbox and read it from there. It's not really optimal, since I have to have an internet connection, but it's not a problem for me. Anime looks great on it with MX player, if you can deal with some banding issues in scenes with certain lighting.
Reading manga on a device in your hand also feels far more natural than having a scanned page on a swole as fuck stationary PC with a 27" screen, which is a large part of why I got the Nexus.
I used to often shit while masturbating, the two activities went well together since it made cleanup easy and also I found that the shit comes out a bit cleaner if I time it right.
Stopped a while back though, I can't remember why.
You sold me, I'm holding you to it and I'm going to call you a bumblebutt if I regret it.
Isn't that the anons use the most next to kubo?
I say go for it. Its a bargain compared to the retail price which costs over 300 for that model.
Yeah, not everyone would download some weird new shit manga or keeping shitty one, its not about small or big storage. Its the thought having and downloading shit you will never bother reading it more than 1 or 2 times.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Asus-Google-Nexus-7-32GB-Android-4-3-High-Definition-Tablet-2ND-Edition-/221360942991?pt=US_Tablets&hash=item338a23ef8f the fact that they have more than 10 is kind of shady though.
The only reason you will regret it is you don't like tablet to begin with.
>doesn't have $3-500 to spend on a hobby he devotes a lot of time to
I guess if you're some faggot who only follows a few things you probably don't care. But I spend more time reading manga than watching animu and a tablet is fucking nice for it.
>Nigga who gives a shit about that.
People who want to read something the way it was intended to be read, or at least emulate it as close as possible.
>Bigger is better, unfortunately for you.
Not for manga it isn't.
And do you seriously live in a one room apartment or something where your PC monitor is visible from everywhere? How awful.
I didn't like e-ink when I tried it. Lots of downsides to e-ink as well.
>I have the Nexus 7, put all my manga on Dropbox and read it from there.
Why wouldn't you just download them to your device and open in PV? Save time and make everything easier, anon.
The black one.
>Anime -> "#Animania"
>Mangas -> "Mango" or "Manga Reader"
>light novels -> "BakaReader EX"
I almost vomitted in my mouth how f fucking neckbeard are you. You disgusting fuck.
I like it a lot for text, and use my Paperwhite for this purpose alone for around an hour or two most days. For manga though the LCD gives much crisper lines and higher contrast, as well as generally more options as far as how to get it.
I'm going to be brutally honest, anon. It sounds like you have some sort of disorder if these kinds of things occur to you and bother you.
>oh no I have manga I don't read on a tablet that has more storage than I could use in a year! D-doushio!
Seriously. Please seek help.
You have to take into consideration that ebay is all about taking risk.
Despite all those reputable sellers, reviews and moderate regulations you still need to prepare for the worst.
That said, if you feel insecure, go buy it from retail stores/official site. Better to pay more than be sorry.
>People who want to read something the way it was intended to be read, or at least emulate it as close as possible.
Are you somebody that walks into an IMAX theater and says its too big? Because that's dumb as fuck.
>And do you seriously live in a one room apartment or something where your PC monitor is visible from everywhere? How awful.
No, but I generally stay in one place, which is behind my PC.
You don't know anime until you've watched it on a balcony with the cool night air rushing over your face.
>Why wouldn't you just download them to your device and open in PV? Save time and make everything easier, anon.
Well, because I didn't keep in mind that I would need an internet connection all the time, and I wanted to try it. It's not been a problem so I haven't switched to the better solution yet. I guess I will sometime.
I got a brand new 2012 for Â£99 at Christmas
There is the ebay money back guarantee though, I have a lot of money saved up but spending $200~ still makes me hesitate.
>all those bookmarks
You are the most flamingly homosexual being I've ever encountered. Please consider removing yourself from this planet. Thank you.
Yea, I don't understand this feeling. I have $5000 in disposable income and I make $3000 a month, but I hesitate spending 200 on something I know I'll like and use.
Buyer protection is not 100% protective as I know some cases where the buyer loses all his money from certain scams.
I see that the seller is pretty new, I'll be cautious if I were you. Having that much stocks with ridiculously cheap price sounds "shady" indeed.
>Are you somebody that walks into an IMAX theater and says its too big? Because that's dumb as fuck.
IMAX movies have been tailored to those screens. Manga is intended to be read in a format smaller than a 10" tablet screen, even.
There is such a thing as having too large of something. It isn't as though manga somehow looks better on a PC screen. Just bigger which can actually end up making it look worse.
>No, but I generally stay in one place, which is behind my PC.
>You don't know anime until you've watched it on a balcony with the cool night air rushing over your face.
Pfft. I can actually go watch it outside if I want. And I have watched it sitting in my deer stands while deer/coyote/hog hunting.
>Well, because I didn't keep in mind that I would need an internet connection all the time
No. Once you download them you can read them offline. It would actually take less time than downloading them from your dropbox, most likely, once you factor in the time it took to download and place them into that folder.
Give it a try, it is much more streamlined.
You don't like blowing up a 7 inch manga page to 100 inches? ITS HUGE. MUST BE GOOD.
I feel guilty after spending anything more than Â£100 and assume i'll regret it despite income. it's ridiculous I get an adrenaline rush from spending less than a 20th of my monthly income in one go.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nexus-7-Latest-Model-32GB-Wi-Fi-7in-Black-2-Gen-New-35-Bundle-/291063924890?pt=US_Tablets&hash=item43c4c3089a looks better, more expensive but it comes with a case and ships faster, seller looks a lot more trustworthy.
I know, right?
Can you believe all these shitsub groups that only release 720p shit?
I mean why the fuck would anyone download that when you can get the 1080p from horriblesubs? That is 360 more p and the filesize is like twice as huge so it must look better.
>Manga is intended to be read in a format smaller than a 10" tablet screen, even.
Not scanlated manga, nope. Maybe if the scanlators could get rid of all the dots and shit.
Go be a normie elsewhere, faggot.
>Pfft. I can actually go watch it outside if I want.
So can I, but I'm not a faggot.
>And I have watched it sitting in my deer stands while deer/coyote/hog hunting.
The fuck, that's repulsive.
>So which e-reader is best for reading downloaded manga? Or better yet, which one is popular among anons?
>which one is the best, no, wait, which one is the most popular?
Your priorities are fucked up, anon.
>Not scanlated manga
Scanning a 7 inch page doesn't magically make it a higher resolution. It is still going to look the best on a 7 inch screen.
I think that was a passing joke.
Honestly, go buy from whoever you're comfortable with. Like I said, Ebay is a risk and can put you in devastating situtation where you can lose all your money.
However, it's very rewarding if you "smart shop" wisely and saves tons of dollars.
It does, actually. That's why you've got all the ugly shitty dots. And if you read them on a small screen, you'll get artifacting and shit quality.
>Not scanlated manga, nope. Maybe if the scanlators could get rid of all the dots and shit.
And by putting it on a larger monitor you're only enlarging any issues brought about by the scanning/cleaning.
>Go be a normie elsewhere, faggot.
I didn't realize wanting to read manga while just laying in bed somehow made me a normalfag.
>So can I, but I'm not a faggot.
It's the middle of the woods, not some public bus you yurofag.
>The fuck, that's repulsive.
What is? The thrill of the hunt or the quality of meat that you can't get unless you butcher an animal yourself?
Dude you make 8000 euros a year? How do you survive?
>That's why you've got all the ugly shitty dots.
Scanning/cleaning errors are not somehow fixed by putting them on a larger monitor you dipshit. It would just make the errors larger.
And even on my aging Asus, manga looks great.
>you'll get artifacting and shit quality.
You have absolutely no idea what you're talking about.
Are you retard? No, seriously.
How many manga you have deleted after reading? Thats why we need to read it first before download, reading online is handy for this. Only retard downloads blindly or keeping shit is what u want?
>And by putting it on a larger monitor you're only enlarging any issues brought about by the scanning/cleaning.
No, that happens when you put them on a smaller screen.
>I didn't realize wanting to read manga while just laying in bed somehow made me a normalfag.
>It's the middle of the woods, not some public bus you yurofag.
>What is? The thrill of the hunt or the quality of meat that you can't get unless you butcher an animal yourself?
That is not an OK activity for a little girl.
Making them smaller introduces more errors. More moire errors, lel.
That's default setting you retarded
I don't have to delete much because I've read enough manga to be able to pick out good series. I pick up a few every week or so from threads as well.
If I do feel like dropping a series it is as easy as deleting the chapter.
No page loading. No inferior quality. None of that bullshit.
Stop trying to defend an inferior method.
>reading a page as close as possible to the actual printed medium induces more errors and lowers the quality
Just fucking stop. It's obvious you have no fucking idea what you're even talking about.
I'm not reading on a fucking Nokia from the 90's. Modern tablets have excellent screen resolution.
Backtracking? I can read out on my deck or on my couch. You sound pretty jealous.
>implying this is an insult
>That is not an OK activity for a little girl.
Maybe not for a squeamish whiner like yourself. My meals of venison are healthier than any red meat you can get at a store. No preservatives. No genetic modification of any kind. No improper care of the meat.
It's like you don't even pride yourself on your cooking.
Do you remember how many breads you've eaten in your life?
>modern tablets have excellent screen resolution
They're still small as fuck though.
>eating nicotine addicted deer
Jesus christ I don't even have anything more to say to you.
You are an absolutely disgusting individual, do you go to /pol/ too?
leetsofts Mango is the best.
iPad Mini Retina - Manga Rock
Nexus 7 2013 (won in Kit Kat contest) - Perfect Viewer/Manga Rock
Kobo Aura - usually use it to read a completed series or large volumes.
For me, it's easiest to just read from the Nexus 7 using Perfect Viewer. Not so much so on my iPad as it doesn't look right (what reader app do people use?) for me. Easier to just load up Manga Rock (or whatever Manga app) for that.
For the Aura, it's kind of a pain in the ass to download manga, convert to CBZ, and then plugging it in to transfer (unless someone knows how I can do this wirelessly...tell me), and then wait until my Aura finishes processing the new content. But in terms of readability, I enjoy my Aura much more as I get no eye strain like my tablets. It's front-lit so readability in darker rooms is fine.
>They're still small as fuck though.
And you're fucking retarded for thinking that matters on something where the source material is something as small as a manga page.
>nicotine addicted deer
>making random shit up
The diet of my local deer and hogs is acorns, sage, clover, and a few random grasses and whatnot. It is the freshest and most natural meat you can even procure.
>how I can do this wirelessly.
You can use Airdroid.
I'm thinking of getting one of those devices. I'm leaning more towards Nexus due to high reputation with resonable price.
However, mini and aura are also tempting currently...
I would like to receive final verdicts for these devices before I make a purchase.
Is it this russian site I found?
life is pain.
You should use all of them in the store before deciding.
>No page loading
Thats because you used that time for downloading. And I can download new chapter with the apps and open with PV. plus no loading time for me,except if your internet a shit
I read LN on my nexus all the time and it's great. Bakareader Ex is a lovely thing. Haven't read manga on it yet but I probably will once I catch up on Index.
I will say you should wait around for a sale on the N7, or get an Asus memopad (nearly identical). And for reading LNs/manga I don't think 2012 or 2013 would matter, but if you want anime too you should probably get the 2013.
Aura is a completely different device meant for reading shit. If you have spare cash, why not? But it seems like your budget wouldn't allow for a tablet+Aura. If you have the budget for an iPad Mini (retina - if you really had to get a Mini, don't get the old shit model), buy a Nexus 7 ($199 on sale) and an eReader (Kobo Glo) instead.
If you only need to read manga on it, and appreciate watching cartoons/browsing web and shit as well then go for the Nexus. Sure it's not e-ink but the eyestrain is lesser than with a PC monitor anyway. Plus you can just download and read with the device alone.
If you also want to read books but most importantly a lot of manga(by that I mean the finished volumes, not new ongoing series) then get Aura HD - it's the best e-ink reader suited for manga(for books only Paperwhite 2nd gen is better but >2GB storage)
I can't say anything about ipad because I've never owned an Apple product before.
>what reader app do people use?
Comic Glass because it can open nearly any file type for reading material and has folder options with safety locks, plus izip for opening downloaded folders that are password-protected.
It just sucks that they took away the horizontal flip feature, I hope it gets brought back.
>Thats because you used that time for downloading
Which takes less than 10sec for a ~100mb tank batch
Individual chapters download so fast that often times they are done by the time I open PV.
>And I can download new chapter with the apps and open with PV.
Which is even slower and enjoy your shit quality.
>plus no loading time for me,except if your internet a shit
No loading time for me because I'm not an online reader pleb.
>Denying this hard
Whatever please you pleb
>reading your mango on a website
I bet you fucking watch streams, too.
So perfect viewer for stuff I download in batches, probably older finished stuff and Manga rock for "streaming" newer releases. Sound good for use on a N7?
Yes, you can't go wrong with Perfect Viewer. Might consider Manga Watcher for streaming instead. It even notifies you of new chapters.
>Manga rock for "streaming" newer releases
I'd implore you to just try the PV route first. It is actually much easier and more efficient than relying on some 3rd party app for your chinese comics.
Does watcher have a better window or bigger library or something? I'm open to whatever's best
I'm most likely going to check for new chapters on the toilet or something, where I can't easily move them over via usb. Unless PV does the streaming too
Try Perfect Viewer first.
For mini, I've tried using it and it was great in terms of functionality and performance.
Unfortunately, I haven't found any places to try out Nexus/Kobo (living in straya).
With that being said, I think I''ll leave out mini since I don't really need a dedicated tablet as I just want a reasonable device to read manga on.
Seems like Aura is the right choice for reading manga only device.
Just want to confirm, for Nexus by using Perfect Viewer/Manga Watcher I could either:
- Download straight from the site and read?
- Import from desktop (zip/rar) and read?
With that being said, I think I'll go for Nexus. Kobo is very tempting but yeah...
>I'm most likely going to check for new chapters on the toilet or something
Scanlator sites (and mangatraders for ease of tracking).
Faster updates than waiting on an online reader that pulls from shit sources.
In that case how about a good rss feed for the N7 that I can add the sites to? Haven't used one in ages since i tend to just manually check when I think about it
Is there a program similar to PerfectViewer for the desktop?
I use HoneyView but it would be nice to browse through the covers like the bookshelf view in PerfectViewer.
1. Download directly using your Nexus and save to a specific folder for all your manga to keep it organized. Takes a few seconds but the quality of scans would be higher.
2. Download to your computer and use your Nexus to grab files over your network(no need to plug it in)
3. Stream using whatever app if you're really lazy.
>Does watcher have a better window or bigger library or something? I'm open to whatever's best
It uses whole screen, I can't really compare it since I only used Manga Watcher. Didn't see anything I didn't like in it, except that screen rotation wasn't enabled by default and I though I could only read horizontal on it for a few days.
>Just want to confirm, for Nexus by using Perfect Viewer/Manga Watcher I could either:
>- Download straight from the site and read?
>- Import from desktop (zip/rar) and read?
Yes for both.
>2. Download to your computer and use your Nexus to grab files over your network(no need to plug it in)
I must have living under the rock...
Can you really transfer files without USB connections?
>Can you really transfer files without USB connections?
So /a/. Anybody read manga on their phones? Have the Galaxy S4 and all I can really do is throw a bunch of rars on and open them with es file explorer.
And before anybody complains, I don't like reading on my phone. It just so happens that pulling guard duty leaves you with a lot of time to do nothing and only a phone to carry around with you.
You can't, like, sneak a small manga book on you?
We're talking hours of guard shifts and weeks of it. Plus it's kind of hard/costly to get those things when deployed especially with the cost of shipping.
I tried. I was using an app called mangasearcher, but it's finicky on some devices and doesn't have the best selection. I honestly prefer my PC or just a book
I use my phone to read Yotsuba when I'm waiting on the bus or when I'm inbetween classes. Just make a folder to keep things organized.
I use an iphone. Hate having the thing compared to other smartphones but I'm on someone else's plan and it's easy to download manga onto.