Newly Designed Manga Rock 2 Packs New Sources, Retina Support. Available Now!
People tend to be pretty hot or cold towards Manga, but devoted fans of the genre are in agreement that Not A Basement Studio is their provider for quality iOS apps. The developer earned more than a million downloads with their first offering—Manga Rock. And so they’re back with a sequel, this time bringing readers access to even more resources and features.
If you’re a longtime Manga Rock user who claims to have read everything, you’ll be glad to know that the new version of the app comes packing new sources such as MangaEden, MangaReader, and MangaFox. Those sources will combine with the old to bring Manga Rock’s library above the 10,000 books mark. That’s a lot of content, and those using Manga Rock 2 will be able to view it with Retina Display—a great benefit for any app that’s heavy with text and graphics.
Other perks arriving with Manga Rock 2 include the ability to pause and resume downloads, download multiple chapters simultaneously, add favorites, and track your previous reading. All of this is delivered in a newly-designed package that can be downloaded as a universal app.
If you’re a Manga fan, you’re probably sold. And if you’re not, then I don’t think this is the place to try and change your mind… The app is available as of right now, and it doesn’t cost a thing to throw it on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. However to disable the ads, you’ll need to make an in-app-purchase (IAP). The IAP is on sale for $0.99 for the first 3 day of Manga Rock 2′s launch and will spike to the usual price of $3.99 afterwards.