AlphaPolis’s new manga app, Alpha Manga, has been approved by more manga authors for the use of their work on the upcoming mobile app. Initially announced on Thursday, the new application for iOS and Android offers English and Japanese versions of new titles.
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To download the app, iPhone users will have to have their phones at iOS14.0 or higher, and Androids 6.0 or higher. AlphaPolis’s official Twitter page has not given any recent updates regarding the construction and mechanics of the app.
Alpha Manga Helps Make Manga On the Go
Alpha Manga will release new manga on weekly or monthly schedules. The service also offers the first three chapters of different titles for free. Users in the app can also have in-app tickets for spending and renting chapters for weeks at a time. There will also be a way for users to gain free tickets for logging in as well. However, users cannot log in using their pre-existing AlphaPolis accounts, so they will need to register as new users on the app.
So far, more titles for the app have been revealed. Some of the titles include:
- The New Gate
- Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy
- Re: Monster
- A Banished Odd-Jobber Starts a New Life
- Opening a Cafe in Another World
- May I Ask for One More Thing?
- and many more…
While many of the big-name titles such as My Hero and Jujitsu Kaisen have not been confirmed for the app, many new titles are being confirmed weeks at a time. The service and the others provided are separate from other AlphaPolis services that are offered.
Many of the titles that are confirmed for the app also have their own respective anime series on Crunchyroll. As of now, there is not a confirmed date for the release of this app, but the official website is constantly being updated.