Until I get a comic fan who owns an Android mobile (hint, hint) to assist me in my reviews and news about comics on the Android medium. I have to rely on other sites to give me news, reviews, previews and points of view. Robot Comics are available on the iPhone so I do get a chance to use their technology – they have produced the likes of Robot 13 and Scott Pilgrim to read, among others. I do like their comic reader and I hope to see more from them as soon as possible.
KnowYourMobile.com have reviewed Robot Comics with a very in-depth technological and specification review and with some favourable information and opinions.
Thereâ€™s a surprising amount of customisation available here. You can adjust the brightness of the application (a setting which is kept separate from your phoneâ€™s default brightness), pick different page transition animations and even alter your reading direction (essential when reading Japanese manga, as the novels are presented in right-to-left format, as opposed to the Western tradition of reading from left-to-right).
Thereâ€™s also the opportunity to pick a custom set of controls, covering all of the available phone inputs from touch screen to keyboard
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