Yes, Japan is far away, but its culture is increasingly present among us. O Mang it's the Anim, for example, found many fans in Brazil, and this app gallery dedicated to them. Personally, I don't know much about the Japanese cartoon world, just the series we all saw as kids, besides the great Miyasaki movies. In this article I tried to familiarize myself with this Japanese art by selecting five apps. The suggestions of the fans are of course very welcome in the comments.
As I began my research to write this article, what struck me most was the number of Mang readers in the Google Play store. After trying several, I enjoyed this Manga Reader, a hit on Android, enjoying great scores and ratings. It offers various titles, simple and fast. The minus point is the banner ad at the bottom of the screen. Since this is nothing new in the free apps world, the advertising didn't bother me much. Unfortunately, the application is only available in English, and you need to download full chapters before reading.
MangaDroid is another of the top rated Mang readers in the Play Store. Its advantage over the Manga Reader He offers a large number of stories in Portuguese, and his library is updated regularly. The nice interface, despite the omnipresent below-screen advertising, which bothered me a little this time. As a suggestion, I think developers should incorporate more titles, but in general it's a good tool for fans of Japanese comics.