7 best sites to read manga online and have fun without downloading anything

7 best sites to read manga online and have fun without downloading anything

For those who like to read manga, there are several sites that allow you to enjoy online and legally the Japanese comic stories. There are options for all tastes and types of mang, such as romance, fantasy, adventure, yaoi and much more.

Full mangos are available free of charge or for payment by chapter or monthly fee. The contents can be found in Portuguese, English, Spanish, Japanese, among other languages.

AppGeek gathered the 7 best sites to read this type of comic without downloading anything.

1. Crunchyroll Manga


O Crunchyrol a kind of streaming service for manga, anime and drama series. The user pays a monthly fee and has access to a rich collection of content translated into Portuguese.

Regarding comics, titles published by Seven Seas Entertainment, Kodansha and Vertical are available. Some of them are posted on the site at the same time as the launch in Japan. The subscriber can also share his opinion about each chapter in the online forum spaces.

Before deciding whether to even pay for the content, it is possible to take a free trial for 14 days.

2. MangaToon


O MangaToon We launch new stories weekly, from genres like romance, fantasy, adventure, yaoi and much more. With Portuguese version, the site has free chapters of manga. However, in many cases, it is necessary to pay to access the end of the story.

Aspiring writers and designers have the opportunity to showcase their talent to the service's community of readers. If the shared content gets a certain amount of accesses, the platform pays for the publication.

3. Comic Walker

comic walker

Want mang online completely free? O Comic Walker it may be a good option. It is possible to read everything without registration, but if you want to set up your Library and organize your favorites to read later, creating a user can be useful.

Profile created, activate notifications to receive alerts about news from your favorite stories. The service also works as a good ally for those learning Japanese. After all, there are several titles available in the original language.

4. Manga Plus

Manga Plus

O Manga Plus is a website run by Japanese publisher Shueisha, responsible for titles like Naruto and Dragon Ball. The page rene mangs in english and spanish for free.

The contents are posted at the same time as they are published in Japan. just choose the desired series, click on the chapter and enjoy in the online reader. Drag the screen and follow the adventures of your favorite characters.

5. Comixology


O Comixology It is known for Marvel and DC superhero comics, but it also has several manga titles available. Magazines are divided into the categories of releases, need to be read and shared.

There are also comic book versions of anime, which are part of the section Did you watch the anime? Read the mang! In Brazil, users can only buy stories individually.

But there is already the Comixology Unlimited package, which makes more than 10,000 works available to subscribers. The service, for now, is only available in the United States.

6. Webtoon


Webtoon is a free service for hosting comics of different genres, among them, manga. There are hundreds of free titles, made by creators from all over the world.

The website also offers the opportunity for users to publish their own content. In addition to the chance to be known by a community with more than 50 million readers, the author can receive 50% of the advertising income. For that, I need to have more than 40 thousand monthly accesses and more than a thousand subscribers.

7. Renta


Renta is a romantic manga hosting site that allows you to rent chapters for 48 hours or unlimited. The service features stories of the Yaoi, Shojo, Seinen, Shonen, Yuri, among others.

The service has an online reader that guarantees a comfortable viewing of the content. Despite having mostly paid comic books, there are free options for tasting some stories.

In addition, you can change the rental plan from a 48-hour story to unlimited whenever you want.

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Taysa Coelho

Journalist graduated from UFRJ, she has been writing about technology for seven years. Carioca currently lives in Portugal, a country he adopted. In his free time, he enjoys going to the beach, reading, watching movies and doing serial marathons. Instagram is her favorite social network, but WhatsApp saves her from missing those who stayed in Brazil.