Many Volumes of Manga Added in the Mangamo App!

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Mangamo is a paid subscription app for manga that has been made available on both Android and iOS. All the manga available on Mangamo have been sourced legally. That’s why you can enjoy reading manga without worrying about the ethics of reading unlicensed manga.

 

However, you do have to shell out a mere $4.99 per month to get access to a huge digital manga library. There are a lot of perks to getting a paid Mangamo subscription like no ads, impressive visual quality, and accurate translations.

Attack on Titan

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But unfortunately, there were consumer complaints of the limited availability of manga in Mangamo. On a lucky note for weebs, Mangamo has decided to update its library by adding approximately 800 manga volumes.

 

Kodansha USA Publishing had licensed these mangas. With this recent addition of new manga volumes, Mangamo has increased its Kodansha Manga volumes to more than 1.2k. Many popular mangas available on this app include Attack on Titan, Akatsuki Babies, Fire Force, Edens Zero, Chihayafuru, Silent Force, Tokyo Revengers, etc. 

 

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Other popular manga like Gleipnir, Ghost in the Shell, Fairy Tail, The Quintessential Quintuplets, Somali and the Forest Spirit, Arte, and many others.

 

Currently, Mangamo is in partnerships with manga publishers like Kodansha, North Star Pictures, TOPPAN, and Comicsmart. No wonder its manga collection is jaw-droppingly huge. 

For a manga streaming app that surfaced only last year in 2020, it’s done incredibly well. The growth has been amazing and incredible.

 

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The reasons for its popularity include the fact that there are many customizable options like choosing the left to right format or vertical scrolling. The app even uploads new chapters everyday, thus ensuring that users get the best at the fastest!

 

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