Shonen Jump Manga & Comics

Shonen Jump Manga & Comics [Book] App Description & Overview

The Shonen Jump app is your official and trusted source to read the world’s most popular manga and comics straight from Japan.

READ MANGA FREE!
• Read the latest chapters from hit series FREE the same day they come out in Japan!
• Includes hit series like My Hero Academia, Jujutsu Kaisen, One Piece, and Boruto: Naruto Next Generations!
• New chapters weekly, with brand new series added regularly!

MEMBERS GET MORE!
• Becoming a member unlocks the Shonen Jump digital vault of 10,000+ manga chapters!
• Catch up on current hits from any point, revisit old favorites from the beginning, and discover new series
• Includes nearly every series Shonen Jump has published in English, including the mega-hits Naruto, Bleach, Dragon Ball, Demon Slayer, Chainsaw Man, and Death Note! And lots more!
• ONLY $1.99/month (USD*)! Start your 7-day free trial today!

BUILD YOUR GRAPHIC NOVEL LIBRARY
• Get into a new series or finish collecting your favorites
• Read free previews of paid volumes before purchasing
• Includes the full Shonen Jump catalog, featuring series that inspired hit anime like One Punch Man, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventures, and The Promised Neverland!
• Home of digital-exclusive series: Tokyo Ghoul Jack, Astra Lost in Space, and élDLIVE

ENJOY OUR ADVANCED READER
• Stream manga to read without filling up your device’s storage
• Download manga to read offline
• Bookmark your favorite moments
• Purchase once, read on any iOS device
• Use landscape mode to view awe-inspiring 2-page spreads as they were drawn

*Prices may vary to reflect your local currency.

Shonen Jump Membership Details
· All payments will be charged to your iTunes account.
· Monthly subscriptions will auto-renew through your iTunes account unless you cancel 24 hours before the end of your current subscription period.
· You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings.
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Shonen Jump Manga & Comics Customer Service, Editor Notes:

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Shonen Jump Manga & Comics Comments & Reviews

- Its great to have all this manga but

I’m a heavy reader and can go through a series quite quick. What I would love is if the app could keep track of the pages I'm on for various manga. cause some series when I go to the next chapter I'm already on the last page and scrolling through 600 chapters just to get to one 18 page chapter it is pretty long and sometimes mid scrool the app will crash, kick me out, then forget what page I'm on leaving me with scrolling another 5 mins to chapter 20 out of 670 then in between chapters I’m given ads to buy a physical copy of the manga.I’m already paying for online service why would I buy a physical copy? I mean I can understand trying to sell the PBs but honestly. it is a nuisance I say again I’m already paying for online service. You are transitioning to online service a majority of your PB sales will drop its inevitable. I will say PBs will sell themselves with out constantly reminding your premium subscribers that they exist. Not saying every reader will strictly be online but in my opinion if I see a good series online a truly moving serialization I move heaven and earth for a PB in mint just to have on my shelf. End of rant

- Good I’m concept but little issues hold it back

The content of this app is great, but it’s lacking so many basic UI features that hold it back. For one, if you’re reading in landscape mode at the end of the chapter it force rotates back to portrait to hit the next chapter button. After hitting the next chapter button you have to physically rotate back to portrait and then back to landscape to go back into reading it 2 pages at a time. Additionally, the next chapter button gets really annoying when you’re binging a series. Why can’t it just flow into the next chapter or auto go to the next chapter if you swipe while on the last page? It gets frustrating having to click the next chapter button especially on larger phones. Lastly, the 100 chapter limit for downloaded manga is fine, but it would be nice to have a “bulk delete” or an option to automatically remove a download after reading it. As is I have to click on each check mark and click confirm for every single chapter I want to remove to make room for new chapters. If those features aren’t available then maybe at least allowing the user to change the 7 day time period to be less time would be helpful as a sort of work around to bulk deleting downloaded manga. Additionally, the website allows for following manga but the app has no place to show which manga you follow. Why is that? Overall I think this app has potential and I will keep using it because the content is good. But the UX could be significantly better. Hence 3/5

- It could have been five if not for common sense issues being resolved.

This is an amazing app with a library of incredible manga, and the $2 a month is an amazing deal. The only reason it didn’t achieve a five star rating from me was the lack of bookmarks making it a hassle to keep track of currently publishing manga and/or keeping track of what chapter you left off before closing the app. It would be great to have a favorites list where you can mark the mangas that you are following as well as a bookmark feature that allows you to tap the mangas name and it automatically puts you in the chapter and page you where reading. Also lately the chapters for MHA, Black Clover and other Friday published works are being published Sunday, this is a big problem because you guys are Shonen therefore why are pirated sites beating you to a punch in publishing speed? I have been spoiled of several chapters of MHA and Black Clover because of this. Other than these two big problems there’re several minor glitches of missing pages or pages not loading even if you are connected to strong internet meaning its a server info problem. If these issues are fixed i have no doubt in my mind that i will revise my 4star rating to a rightful 5star rating.

- Exceptional for the low price point

For only $2 a month, you couldn't ask for a better service. The only issues I really have with it is that you only get to read/interact with 100 back log chapters a day. I really wouldn't mind paying a bit more if it meant that I could read and download what ever I want for as long as I have a membership. Also what's the deal with haveing to buy volumes? It would be convenient to have them grouped like that instead of by chapters. I can read a lot of manga in a short time, so haveing to click the next chapter button is anoying. So ether splitting them by volume or doing away with the next chapter button would be a God send. Also a dark mode would be nice, as well as vertical scrolling. I know I had a lot of complaints, but I really do love this service, before now it was an investment to spend $15-20 on manga volumes. With how fast I read them I'd have to buy multiple volumes at a time, leading to me spending upwards of $70 on new manga. This has saved me so much money and is well worth the $2 a month. So if you're on the fence, you can't go wrong with this.

- Fantastic service with some still needed QOL updates

$2 a month for a huge archive of shonen is too good a deal to pass up. They have all my favorites and I can even catch up on chapters as they’re released. The reading experience is pretty solid too, with zoom and jumping between pages. That said, there are some annoying aspects of the app I’d like to see worked on. For example, when “streaming” a series (reading without downloading) I’ve had trouble returning to the manga I was when I restart the app. There’s nothing on the home page to return to where I left off, and even on the browse / library pages my progress is totally untracked, so I have to remember what chapter I was on. There are also a number of bugs and crashes. I’ve been getting black screens as I read that force me to restart, as well as some blank pages that I’m not sure are intentional, and chapters have begun to act as if I’ve already read them—so I start off on the last page when I open them. I managed to briefly scroll to page -1 today, which crashed the whole app. Funny stuff! That said, I can live with the kinks, and hope they continue to improve a great core product.

- Simply wonderful

I found this app when I was looking to get more into KNY demon slayer. I watched all the sub and, for the first time ever, watched all the dub available to me but it wasn’t enough. KNY was the first time I’ve ever read manga (I loved the series that much) and when I was finished I had fallen in love and I was ecstatic to find some of my all time favorite anime’s original manga all on this app. Of course it’s only Shonen series but with DBZ, Naruto, One Piece and so many more it’s definitely worth the $2 a month. My one and only complaint is a few of the manga can only be purchased by volume instead of read for free chapter to chapter (I’m looking at you HxH) but when you have an app like this it’s hard to feel upset over something like that. Not to mention each volume is only $7 so I can’t REALLY complain. I’d give this app 5/5 stars each and every time if you’re a manga fan you will adore it and if you’re only into anime I implore you to dive a little deeper. I did and I will never look back !

- Lack of features

I want to start this off by saying I love the new subscription service. It’s nice that I can support the creators of some of my favorite manga series; however, the app lacks a couple of vital features. The first feature missing is an indicator on where you left off in any given series. This is practically a must have in an app that contains multiple series with hundreds of chapters. The second feature missing is a “favorites” or “following” section. The only thing keeping me from having to re-search for all of the manga I want to read is whether I have it purchased or downloaded, but what if I’m not able/don’t remember to get on within seven days and download another chapter? All of my downloads will be automatically removed, and I will instantly lose track of everything I was reading. This is also a big inconvenience for those who don’t want to download anything, as they will have to search for the manga they want to read each time they open the app. Again, I love the fact that I can easily support creators for their hard work, but the features missing here are pretty much standard for other manga apps. In terms of organization, SJ’s only redeeming feature is it has a search bar...

- Is the 2$ worth it?

This is a good app, the main reason I downloaded it is because the main licensed mangas like Naruto, One Piece, My Hero Academia, and One Punch Man are mangas you can’t read on an app like manga rock but isn’t worth the hassle to read on an online website. But with the 2$ subscription, you can read all these mangas( only the mangas under Shonen jump) but only up to 100 chapters a day. I get not being able to download a certain amount, but the fact that I’m paying for the subscription and I can only read 100 chapters a day seemed like a rip off: like they are trying to make sure you don’t speed through all the mangas and subscribe when in reality I just wanna binge all these mangas over and over again. So hopefully this changes but it’s almost pointless to have the free membership for this app, and then paying for it means that out of the about 50/60 titles that are provided by shonen jump: you can only read and download 100 chapters a day. I would say try to the free trial and see for yourself, but for me as long as there is a read limit I wouldn’t pay for the membership no matter how cheap it is.

- Good app just wish expanded the age gap

This app is good and I would give it a five star review but the deals are good as well it’s like one dollar a month and I could say it’s a better deal than Webnovel but the thing is as watching anime is a trend there are more people younger than being a teen and you know the more younger you are the more your Limited to things like you would have to ask your parents just to purchase one chapter so a member subscription would be just too much so maybe instead of always have a to do a subscription we would just have to log on or sign up I think it would help the customers. And with the searching things I downloaded this app to find Orahan The anime since since there’s no season two I tried to find it on the manga to see it nicely finished but the thing is I feel like it should like have a A genre search engine like maybe you could have one you could just press on me and then I could show you the anime manga then you could press what genre of the anime like romance or action so I think it would help the customers find the manga they want.

- Great Manga, Poor Reader

There’s no arguing that the amount of manga on offer her for $2 a month is a great value, and goes a long way to putting the putting the “pirate” sites out of business. That said, the reader software is incredibly lacking in features that are commonplace on the other “pirate” manga readers. The biggest fault is ZERO amount of tracking as to where you have left off on a chapter/series that you’ve been reading. Every time you open the app, you have to remember where you stopped. This isn’t a huge deal if you are only reading one series at a time, but with multiples? Forget it. There should definitely be a HISTORY tab on the bottom of the main menu screen. In addition, there should be CLOUD SAVES as to which series/chapters I’ve read, so that I can seamlessly switch between reading on phone and iPad. That aside, I would love for there to be a similar service available for SEINEN manga targeted at older readers, but I know that has nothing to do with this service and this particular app. With a few reader-friendly additions to the app here, I think it could definitely be bumped up to 5 stars.

- Few gripes, but overall solid

I recently subscriped to monthly SJ a few days ago, so I want to provide updates on things that would dramatically improve the quality of the app. - Bookmark feature: Unless you finish a chapter and know where you stopped reading, you constantly have to run through old chapters to see if you have read them or not. - Volume Cover Artwork: This is a small thing, but it would be cool to see the different volume covers when you switch from the end of one chapter to the beginning of another - More titles: The primary reason I purchased the subscription was to catch up on Tokyo Ghoul after being piqued by the anime series. While I am reading other series in the meantime, I hope more titles get added somewhere down the road. - Popular Manga section: Similar to different streaming services, it would be cool if SJ could create a section of different titles for people who are unsure of what they want to read, and possibly separate them by genre as well.

- Amazing App with a promising future

2 dollars a month for hours and hours of manga is an insane deal, especially given the apps legendary lineup. While it’s missing certain shonen jump classics like Slam Dunk and Bobobo (I assume from licensing) you can also read other popular manga published by other Shueisha magazines (one punch man, Tokyo ghoul) and can even access light novels of certain series. Being able to read the newest manga in shonen jump is another huge game changer that really makes you feel like you’re experiencing new chapters and series with Japanese readers. The app is amazing but I would love if they added some extra features. For ongoing series it would be super convenient to have the option to get a notification when the newest series come on. It would also be nice to have the ability to bookmark series you’re interested in or series you’re reading. Something like that would let people visualize the manga they’ve read or tried. This app bangs

- Worth every cent spent!

First of all, if you keep up with many manga series currently running in Shonen Jump or published by viz, this app is worth a download even without the $1.99 paid subscription because the newest chapter of your favorite manga is released for free (with official translation) on this app every week! However, the value that is gained through the Shonen Jump $1.99 subscription almost makes it feel like stealing. You get access to every chapter of nearly every series SJ has to offer. Plus you can download and save up 100 chapters on your phone to be read offline. My only critique would be that certain series have gaps in the chapters available currently, but I can also see that these chapters are filled in at a fairly regular interval so I just have to be patient. All in all I like using this app, and I’ve found a lot of value in being a subscriber since the service’s release.

- Interesting App

I have had this app for about a month and I really wanted to do a review since it was pretty good. The fact that you can read so much for free is amazing for people who don’t want to pay for a subscription, but even then it’s like only two dollars for like all the manga you could ever want from Shonen that is. The 100 chapter limit is not really that bad that bad cause you like never reach that point, unless you decide that’s all your gonna do that day. The main reason I had gotten this app was to finish the part of Bleach that was not animated and I was not disappointed, but after finishing Hunter x Hunter and learning there were four volumes that were not animated I wanted to read them. Unfortunately you had to buy them if you wanted to read them even with a subscription. In conclusion I think that this app is great and has lots to offer for free and the subscription is something you won’t regret also, cause the idea of like having a whole library in your pocket is kinda cool.

- One main problem

I absolutely love the service and I’m glad there’s an official way to support Shonen Jump releases, but the interface is far from perfect. By providing no way to favorite a series, or even worse, keep track of what chapter you’re on, you need to constantly look up and remember what chapter you’re on every time you want to read something, and for massive series like One Piece, this can be a problem. There’s also some bugs in the interface. On downloaded chapters, as you go from chapter to chapter, sometimes it carries over your page count from the previous chapter, making you have to manually start yourself at the first page, then it usually freaks out and makes you relaunch the chapter anyway. This is pretty minor, and I’m sure it’ll be fixed, but lots of changes could be made to the user interface to make this the perfect product.

- Bad User Interface

I like that the app is official and all on my phone shortly after chapters release. However, it’s lacking key features that would make this worth not just reading online. For one, there is no continuous scrolling. The current method of swiping through pages is terrible. Also, when in landscape the app shows two pages at a time instead of making the page bigger, and there’s no option to show one page at a time instead. The pages are too small in portrait and landscape only makes it smaller. And when you try to zoom in it often turns the page. Then when you do turn the page you need to zoom in again. That is another disadvantage of not having continuous scrolling. Honestly, the annoyance of reading the tiny text with clunky zooming and no continuous scrolling actually makes this app less convenient than just closing ads on a illegal cite. Barely worth the money. I will change my review when those features are added.

- So good just needs a little more to be perfect

This app is great especially with there new features with simulcast and free chapters. I personally joined there subscription service which is pretty good for only $2 I can download the manga chapters but it Max’s at 100 chapters total of all the mangas. They have a great selection but there are a few missing. My only dilemma is that there’s now way to add manga you want to read to some sort of list and there’s no obvious sign of what chapters you’ve already read so you can find yourself checking around some chapters to try and figure out where you left off something as simple as graying out the chapters you’ve read or were reading would help a lot. Also the app can crash sometimes if I close my phone then unlock and try to keep reading which leads to the problem I mentioned earlier of trying to remember where your left off

- A huge step forward for the medium

For starters, on value alone the $1.99 price tag is insanely reasonable and an incredibly high value for your money. A new manga fan couldn’t even hope to go through the catalogue in the foreseeable future. The vault is massive and amazing. Sure definitely missing some mainstays (HxH, Tokyo Ghoul, JoJo, etc) but what is there is comprehensive and somewhat overwhelming. Secondly the fact that all current manga chapters are free is an absolutely incredible ploy to keep the piracy crowd away from illegal sites. It’s honestly incredible that this was even able to be pulled off. Western comic book companies need to take notes. Print is dead (at least in its serialized format). People are still willing to buy trade paperbacks or in mangas case “volumes”, but the idea of shelling out 2-4 bucks an issue is in the past and the past is dead. DC and Marvel are gonna need to start playing catch up.

- Great value but the App needs improvement

Being able to catch up on the backlog of one piece and Naruto for this cheap is a great value and a perfect way to experience the series without resorting to piracy or spending hundreds on the paperbacks. However, there are multiple shortcomings in this app: * I’ve had multiple instances where I lost my ability to read the digital vault issues until I closed and restarted the app. * selecting the read next chapter option on the last page of a chapter, the next chapter will load at the last page, forcing me to scroll back to the first page before I start reading * the app doesn’t remember the last chapter you read unless you’ve downloaded it, so if you come back after a bit and forget which chapter you were on, you have to guess which one to read next

- It's good but-

Personally I love this app! I read a lot of shonen manga, so this helps me to find the stuff I want to read! I don't have money to get the premium thing or whatever it's called but there's still a good selection of manga to choose from. However, I do kind of wish it was all free with adds and paying customers got no adds, I think this would be a great addition! But even if they don't change the app to do that that's ok! Also, (Don't quote me on this) I think you can buy individual volumes and chapters so if you wanted to read say, all the manga of DIU of JoJo's and you didn't want to pay for the premium thing I think you would be able to do that, so that's cool! But even though I can't pay, I can read a little bit of a series i think I might like and then buy the manga later! So get this app it's good! 👌 (P.S. some recommendations for shonen manga would be 'Jojo's Bizzare Adventure' and 'My Hero Academia') But anyway byeeee~~~~

- BEST DEAL IN COMICS BUT STILL ROOM TO IMPROVE

Dollar for dollar, this is the best deal in comics. Great content. Great value. SUPPORT MANGA ARTISTS. I love this service. That being said, there are some problems with the rollout of the new version. It will flash a loading screen and then just a black screen until I reboot the app. If I try to back out from the black screen, it won’t load any chapters. The app would also greatly benefit from a bookmark feature. If they are encouraging me to read through One Piece or Naruto, which are hundreds of chapters long, they need something to help me remember where I left off. Also, a favorites function would help out a lot as well. So that way I can subscribe to my favorite manga and get notifications when they update. I’m confident they will come out with features that will make this app even better. This new version of the service just came out, so I expect more tweaks and upgrades in the new year.

- I don’t know what to title it

I’m not really one for ebooks. I really enjoy physical books! However it’s not super cheap or easy to get physical manga where I live so this is really nice! They have free chapters every once in awhile, you can buy volumes for a decent price, and I believe there’s also a subscription service you can try! I’ve been reading dr. stone because I love it (senku is the best boi!) and I also started reading Astroboys. I don’t have much to say on the mechanics of the app, and I’m sure anyone looking for manga has heard of Shonen before anyway, they’re quite reputable. I’m sure you’ll find something you like try it out! You can read the mangas of you’re favorite anime and find ones you haven’t heard of before! The ones I’ve read were in English, so I’m not sure if they have the original Japanese version or other languages or not.

- Manga reader must have

The interface is amazingly clean and easy to use. They let you read up to chapter three and most recent chapters of every manga on the app for completely free. The subscription fee is only $1.99 a month which is incredibly cheap for the amount of content you get. For the $1.99 a month you spend you can read literally any series and any chapter n the site including the most recent chapters released! Volumes cost more than double that for a single volume, but for $1.99 a month you can read 100’s to thousands of volumes. It almost seems unfair for them to give us all of that for such a small cost. My favorite app in the App Store I’d give it 10 stars if I could. P.S. The app DOES tell you what chapter you left off on when you select a manga. Those reviews are either old or they didn’t notice?

- Promising, but far too buggy

The new model for Shonen Jump is exactly what I’d been hoping for a company to do for years; create a affordable, convenient alternative to the shadier online manga sites. Unfortunately, while the 2 bucks a month model they’ve set up is very reasonable considering all the content available, it’s iOS apps on iPhone and iPad are both fairly buggy. First off, I had problems originally with loading pages from a new chapter, and would have to scroll through a few black pages before getting the pages to load. I’d then try downloading the pages to see if that would fix the problem. It did, but instead of loading problems, downloaded chapters would have problems with pages from previous chapters replacing the correct pages in the current chapter. And in a baffling oversight, you can’t manually delete downloaded chapters, and instead must wait until they’re automatically removed after 7 days. Viz has a great model here, but a disappointing product.

- Great service, but the new app is awful

I’ve subscribed for just over 5 years at this point. I love the magazine, and as sad as I was to see it go having access to all of the Viz catalogue is amazing. Well, it would be, except that this app has no way to track the manga you’re reading. With hundreds in the library, every time you want to read one you have to hunt it down in your list and search for the last chapter you read (nothing like “currently reading”). Downloads are removed every seven days, without any trace, so if you recently started a new manga and can’t remember the name, tough luck. There’s no way to see what chapters you recently read or recently downloaded. It even removed the ability to track which WSJ you read most recently, like the old app did. Ultimately, it requires that you use a second app to track the manga you’re reading and what chapter you’re on, which is frustrating and pretty unacceptable when I’m paying monthly for this one already.

- Needs some improvements, but still great

I usually don’t write reviews for apps, but I feel like it might be worth it to write one for this app. I’ve been reading manga and Shonen Jump since 2005 when I was a kid. I’ve LOVED it. When I heard the announcement about the new WSJ subscription service, I was excited and subscribed right away. However, there are some improvements that could be added to the app itself. For instance, could there be a way to show what chapters you’ve already read? Every time I step away from the app, I forget what chapter I left off on and have to search around to figure it out. Also, if there was a way to make a favorites list for easy access for members, that would be cool too. If WSJ could add features like that, this would definitely be a 5 star app, but until then, it’s a decent 4 star from me.

- This is great

I wasn’t much of a manga reader, always preferred just watching the anime adaptations but this app has turned me into actually preferring to read the manga than watch the anime. It is fantastic and convenient if not a bit buggy when flipping between apps or closing to write a text and then coming back. I always have to close the app and then start it up again but that is just a small small small inconvenience for this fantastic app. Another issue comes when you check out a new manga but decide not to continue reading it. It will forever be in your continue reading list despite not opening the manga for months. This deters me from trying out new manga because I know that once I start one it will always be stuck on my opening page asking me to continue reading it.

- Manga Reading Done Right

The Shonen Jump app is a spectacular way to read manga, be it catching up with, revisiting, or discovering manga! The subscription service itself is certainly worth it; at $1.99 a month, who wouldn’t want to get in on this? You get to support the manga and read the manga you love! My suggestion for the app itself would be this. It can be a hassle to search for the manga that readers want to follow, and if the app offered a sort of “Favorite this Manga” or a “Bookmark” option for easy access to the manga readers want to follow, that would really help. Overall, this is a great way to read manga! As iterated earlier, you can support manga and read whatever you want. And while the app is young, I can see that the app is going to be something special. Catch up, revisit, and discover manga with the Shonen Jump app!

- It’s an okay app that can do much better.

If you’re just trying to catch up on one of your favorite JUMP series this app is fine. The membership cost is perfect for what they offer. I only really wanted to catch up on My Hero, Black Clover, and Dragonball Super when I downloaded the app. There’s was also incentive to actually support my beloved series through a legit app. The only issues I have with this app is the poor selection. You’re telling me I can read some manga I’ve never heard about before, but I can’t read Yu Yu Hakusho in its entirety? What if I wanted to read all of the JoJo manga? Can’t do that either. If feel as if there’s a membership waiting to be introduced later down the line with much more content. JUMP could profit much more with this app if they tried to add much more to read. I’m sure Berserk isn’t possible given the licenses, but I’m sure Gintama would work perfectly. There are other apps what offer more for free.

- THIS is how you support manga

I’ve had this app for almost two years now and haven’t done a review until now because I’m lazy. Anyway, if you like reading One Piece, My Hero Academia, Hunter x Hunter (sometimes), One-Punch Man, and more great serials the day they come out in Japan, it’s best that you get this. These issues are super affordable individually (just one buck, cheaper than a McDonald’s order), and there’s a bigger deal when you buy annually. Don’t be like the bad group of people that deliberately STEAL from the manga authors on Thursdays and complain that they don’t want to pay for something they can read for free on malware sites. The truth is, paying for these issues is the only way to show support for your favorite manga. The developers did a great job making a high-quality app that should not be overlooked by any shonen manga enthusiast.

- Why I gave this app a 5 star reiveiw

1.This app save a lot of money period. Plain and simple. I finish comics and manga in a week if I'm busy, so am constantly spending money on manga that I am going to finish in a week. That adds up to a lot of money, but if you become a member you pay 2 dollars a month. I get thousands of manga and finish a lot in a month. I usually spend 100 a month on manga, but with the membership you pay 24 dollars a year and get thousands of manga at your fingertips. 2. This app saves time. When I finish a manga might not feel like driving to a book store to get the next issue, but this app lets me go to the next manga in seconds without driving 30 minutes to a book store. Cons: I love the feel of flipping and with a digital app you don't get that.

- Awesome library, but a catch...

Plenty of content for anyone! Obviously has all the big name mangas, as well as obscure stuff too. Man, I remember the old days getting the physical magazines in the mail. As a kid that was like my excitement for the weekend. The biggest issue I have with the app is the 100 chapter limit. I really think there should be a second level to the membership or something. From other reviews I’ve seen it seems like some are in the same boat as me. I would easily pay 10x their current asking price to just be able to read as much whenever I like. You find yourself getting deep into a story, and then suddenly get sucked out because they arbitrarily chose 100 chapters as enough to read in a day. Honestly got this app because I was tired of searching the internet for free scans, which are usually not as high quality as this offers. Just leaves me to look again after hitting the limit.... I’d gladly give this app a 5 star if there were more options around that. It just doesn’t make sense to me that they would limit people that hard. 100 chapters isn’t really that much if you read fast, or just want to go through a manga for another read. Overall, great app. Works well and tack on the library and you have serious potential.

- Great! I love it... but...

I love this, it has like any manga anyone would want to read, but......... just like any app it comes with its flaws, sometimes some pretty annoying flaws. Once again, thousand percent recommend, these are just some flaws you should be ready for. 1. Certain pages throughout different mangas will have “Image missing” pictures, it’s not a loading thing it’s a thing where they haven’t gotten the English version of that 2. Not all mangas, but some come in volume only and you have to pay for the volumes, even though your paying for a member ship... :/ 3. Can get pretty lag sometimes, like skipping pages clicking other chapters when you click on a specific one. At first I thought it was my phone but my friend and brother had the same problem. 4. They didn’t English dub a lot of the onomatopoeia stuff (pfft, skshh, slam! etc.)

- Good deal, App needs some work to make it more user friendly

$2 a month is a steal for the amount of content being offered. The reader itself is relatively simple, but gets the job done, with features like zoom, etc present. The apps major flaw would be a lack of a system to track what you have read In the past. Either the ability to set bookmarks on series you’re in the process of reading or a feature that simply lists read next to any chapters you’ve viewed would help a lot. Also the ability to “follow” a specific series could be a good addition too, with it giving you a notification every time a new chapter in a followed series is released. Overall, the app seems to run pretty well and do what it needs to do well too, it just needs a couple of added features to make it a little more user friendly.

- Way to go Shonen Jump!

I am SO happy with the new Shonen Jump and the app. They are continually making updates to better the application to accommodate the change in format from weekly digital magazines to a “vault” type system and I love it! I no longer have to take most of my Shonen Jump manga out of my home to read on the go and risk damaging them (I collect manga as well as read it) and that is a HUGE sigh of relief for a collector! I HIGHLY recommend for and Shonen Jump fan or potential fan to try the app out and the subscription as well for $2.10/month including tax you can’t beat being able to read a HUGE selection of some of the most well known and some of the greatest manga. Thank you Shonen Jump and I look forward to more being added to the vault!

- Great service, but app could be improved

The service is great, $2 a month for basically unlimited SJ manga is amazing! The app could use a few improvements though. For instance, when reading a series it would be nice if the app could show you where you left off rather than having to remember which of the chapters you left off on, especially when a series has hundreds of chapters. It would also be nice if the My Library section had a bit more of a queue service rather than only keeping the chapters you've downloaded. Also making things more linkable would be nice, like when I'm in my downloads for a manga, it would be nice to be able to click on the main title of the manga (or something) to go to its main page in the catalogue, so that I could see more than just my current downloads.

- Needs a couple of changes to be truly perfect

I really have 2 problem with the app and its the fact that you cannot read mature series Platinum End, Ayakashi Triangle, Golden Kamui, Fire Punch and Hell’s Paradise Jigoroku are available in the Shonen Jump digital vault but they’re Web only if you could add an allow adult mature content that would be awesome. Also what makes me dislike my problem even more is the Fact that MANGA PLUS has the manga i mentioned (Platinum End, Hells Paradise and Ayakashi only) but they don’t offer a way to read the chapters in between. Now for my second and last "problem" which is not a problem is more like a convenience thing is that i would really love a Queue or Favorite so i can manage my series better.

- Manga Heaven… sort of.

Okay, so, I love this app. I have been waiting a long time to be able to read manga this way, without having to wade through bad translations and more. I have a couple of criticisms: 1.) Sometimes the app bugs out when opened and needs to be restarted. For example, I’ll have left on a certain page last time and the app will load that page, but not any more of the comic. 2.) This is more against the service than the software, but I am nonplussed about my subscription fee not giving me access to the entirely SJ library. A few of my favorites (namely: JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Hunter X Hunter, and Yu Yu Hakusho) aren’t available under my subscription. If I’m paying for a book anyway, I think the physical copies are nicer to have.

- A good product, but a terrible app

This app needs some work, and fast if this is supposed to how they deliver manga to its audience. You can’t save or bookmark chapters (I have to keep a Note and update it as I read), downloading chapters don’t go from one to the next, but the worst problem is the app ‘crashes’ if anything happens while you’re reading. You can’t go to another app or even let your screen go black without losing your place and not being able to get back to it. The app erases all available chapters expect the most recent ones and you have to back out, refresh the app, scroll back to find where you left off, and HOPE that that fixed it. I’ve had to close and restart the app more often than not. I can see the potential and want to enjoy this service, but at this point it’s extremely frustrating to use unless I’m choosing to dedicate a period of time to ONLY use this app and do nothing else

- Small bugs but it has great potential!

I’m glad Shonen Jump is now offering us to read manga that will support the creators! I was excited to hear that a manga app was going to be available, though there can be some fixes. I use the iPhone X and every time I go to my Home screen to go on a different app and return to the Shonen Jump app, it crashes. So I’m currently reading MHA chapter 149 and if I leave the app and return, it will crash and I have to go back and look for the chapter again. I do hope they fix it because it’s an inconvenience but not enough to cancel my subscription. Also, I wish they have a way to keep reading the manga without having to click each chapter every 15 pages. And bookmarks would be great! I know it sounds like I’m trashing them but I really want to keep using this manga app to continue supporting creators so I hope this review helps them.

- Good service, app needs a lot of work.

Been a fan of Shōnen Jump series for years. $1.99 a month for access to the full archive is an absolute steal. But this app needs a lot of work. First of all, if you're in the middle of reading a chapter and you switch to another app or lock your phone, reopening the app to an open chapter will cause the screen to go black; exiting the chapter will show only the latest few chapters. This big need to be fixed. You can only resume reading after closing the app entirely and finding the chapter you were reading again. Some more suggestions: Keep track of ”Read” status on each chapter. I shouldn't have to memorize which chapter I was reading when I want to pick back up later. On the interstitial page between chapters where you're showing me the volume that I can buy: let me just swipe right to continue reading the next chapter. I shouldn't have to tap ”Read” on the top of the page. Let me mark certain series as favorites and show me a list of new chapters from those series. Also, give me the option of notifications when a new chapter of a favorite series comes out. Let me browse series by genre (battle, romance, gag, etc.). That's all I've got for now. Hopefully, you guys can take these suggestions to heart. Thanks.

- SO CLOSE to amazing

The new update is astounding, if actually done properly. The ability to read old manga chapters and getting caught up on series legally and cheaply is amazing. However, the awful UI, not keeping track of progress and the chapters you’ve read, having to search to find the manga you’re currently reading every time you open the app, the app crashing if you switch to another app and back, old chapters not showing up, a slow and glitchy method of downloading manga, and dual-page spreads showing one page at a time all make me say this app needs a LOT of work before it’s actually good. Please fix all these bugs and it’ll be an instant 5 stars. There’s a lot of manga I want to read and this is the best way to do it.

- Now I can read all the manga I want!

I was skeptical about this app in the beginning. $1.99 and access hundreds of manga?! I always wanted to start reading manga because anime can be dragged out and it’ll feel like forever till it’ll reach the conclusion of a story arc. This app is awesome. I will recommend this app to anyone who wants to start reading manga. They have new manga like My Hero Academia. Old manga like Yu Yu Hakusho, Dragon Ball, Etc. You can’t beat this price! The only con I have is i wish the app had a my list. Where i can add the manga i am reading and currently reading. Other than that i find this app to be an awesome way to read hundreds of manga legally! Do yourself a favor and try it out. Theres a 7 day trial. What do you have to lose?

- Works smoothly, but some un-needed steps

One of the important parts of an app is for it to work smoothly and not lock up. For the most part this one does that. however, there are some things that cause me to take extra time. One thing is that browsing titles I would like to see a volume/chapter is purchased and downloaded, but I cannot know this unless I touch it and open the view further. Another disappointment is that not all of my Viz Manga purchases are available for download here. I was hoping this would be a replacement for Viz Manga, which is sort of broken right now. With all of the criticism of people using apps the view manga for free (we should pay for our manga, etc.), this lack of function is not helping. I am fully willing to pay for all of my manga, but I actually need to have access to it to read it.

- Just some annoying features being horizontal

This app is fine but there’s some issues I have with the interface. Using the horizontal position to read on this app is quite a hinderance. I’d like to suggest a more ease of life fix to it and that’s to make it not a double page spread when you flip your device onto its side. Double tapping the screen to zoom in may also lead to the manga being buggy and zoomed out further rather than closer. There’s also an issue in reading the next chapter, the pop up appears but forces the screen to be vertical again instead of remaking horizontal. If you could fix this issue it would definitely help! At least include an option if people still want a double page format.

- worth my money

I don’t really write reviews but the main reason I payed for the membership was to read mha and then I saw blue exorcist and then one punch man i was like- 😳🙂☺️ I NEVER expected so many anime series I saw that i’ve always wanted to read the mangas to sis i was SHOOK as hell. oh and if you have enough money to do so please buy some manga to support the author! i personally can’t because im 14 and i just get enough money on my card to pay my memberships but if your an adult with extra money and you like reading manga please buy the raw manga even if you don’t understand it, it helps the author to get new chapters out quicker. but overall this is a really great app and i would recommend it you’d get your money worth out of it

- Really affordable but.....

I really like they any one can start reading manga legally, the affordable nature of the app is really it’s core feature but... There’s some things that I think would make the app even better. -better scam quality- even though the quality is better than illegal scans, I think the quality between physical chapters and the ones on the app have a significant gap still, specially with older chapters, I think having perfect scan quality is a must -have to buy volumes of some series- I would love to read HunterX or Onepunchman, but for the price of a digital volume, I much rather prefer waiting to get secondhand physical volumes or just watch the anime adaptations, I don’t know why is it, maybe the fact that hunterX has been hiatus for a lot, and one punch man is not published in the Weekly Jump, I would really like to know.

- Best way to catch up on a variety of classic manga

Absolutely love this app. It’s extremely cheap for a membership and it lets you read every single chapter of everything (with the option to buy volumes for an extra price.) My only hope is that they add some sort of Netflix type “list” where you can click a button and have a compilation of all the series your reading or thinking of reading all in its special little tab. The closest thing there is to this is the “what you’re reading” tab but it gets a bit egregious to open up a chapter to save it in its own slot. Other than that, it’s a great app. Really fun reads with amazing translations. Highly recommend.

- I really want to give this 5/5 but-

Even if I think $2 is more than fair for everything I am getting, the fact there is no browser friendly link to the 18+ titles I get with this subscription as someone approaching 30 is a real shame. I went to the website and I had to look through EVERYTHING, not just the titles I get with Jump, but also just viz manga I would have to buy to read. There is no way to show viz my ID or any other way of verifying my age to access the 18+ titles from my phone. I get that they cannot be on the app but at the very least make it so I can find them off app without favoriting the ones I HAPPEN to find. Also Apple really gotta stop choking out stuff for adults. I’m an Adult Apple. I read adult content. I know it is super shocking.

- Great app for current titles

They’ve fixed all their old bugs from when it first came out, which is great! Now it’s a lot easier to browse and read any title available with the monthly membership! On the downside, they only favor the extremely popular older titles to keep around. I’m hoping this will change - that maybe they will cycle through some of the older manga to make it available for readers every six months or something. Because I would LOVE to have legal access to completed works such as Hitman Reborn as a way to show my support for the live stage production happening in Japan right now. Or D. Gray Man considering they rereleased the anime a few years back. Just as a way to help support the mangakas and let them know they still have fans out there.

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- Worth the money!

This app is great for reading all kinds of different manga! I started using it to read a specific one, but I’ve gradually read other series. I’ve seen a few people complain about the 100 chapter limit, but even after reading for almost 4 hours in one day, it didn’t affect me. If you like reading mangas, or need to find a new series to read, I definitely recommend this app!

- Website

I've been using the VIZ website for a few days now, via the google chrome app for iPad, and decided that using the app would be better than a mobile web browser version. It wasn't. On the website, I can click on any free manga chapter and istantly read it, as long as I am connected to internet. On the app, however, I have to download the entire chapter onto my device before being able to access it online. So if you feel like reading manga when you are not in the internet, this is the app for you. If you just want to lie in your bed and read manga, don't bother. On a side note, you seem to be selling hard cover copies of manga before making them digital. If you have a good reason then don't let me stop you, but I would like to be able to purchase manga as soon as possible without ordering a hard copy. Just a thought.

- Change the language to Japanese

Can you please have a feature that allows us to change the language? I only have one Australian Apple ID with credit card, so I would really appreciate it if you could have an original Japanese version as well, as I really don’t feel the vibe when I read the manga in English, in Japanese it is so much better. Please have a feature that can change this app to a Japanese version. Please.

- Amazing, but kinda unreliable

I love this app, I written a review in the past saying that it’s godly. The viz website is better for content but not as user friendly. Platinum End, one of my favourite manga was on here when they first made the big update, but now it’s gone a week later. It’s still available for paid members on the website though. Not a big deal, but still it’s not flawless

- Needs work

Having subscribed to the magazine for years, the app worked fine as a magazine stand. With the recent changes to reading individual chapters this app is far behind its competitors. It’s hard to keep track of what you’ve read, when new chapters are coming out, or how long they’ll be free for. I have a paid subscription with access to the back catalogue (I think that’s what I’m paying for??) but I still find it hard to find the chapters I want to read. I want to use an app the supports the mangakas, so I hope this will become more usable soon!

- It’s great

The only problem is that you gotta pay to read hunter x hunter and yu Yu hakushow which are a few or my favourites and the dead pool manga should go on there but after all it’s pretty good I’m currently reading one piece dragon ball z and my hero academia also mashle spy x family the promise neverland it’s so good after all but just a few new manga I think should him there because I would really impact it’s ratings

- I love it

It’s the best app for reading manga because even if you haven’t signed up for it you can get to read some chapters for free to see if you like it or not and I love it because unlike DC & Marvel Comics being all jumbled up & confusing with way too many reboots, with manga you can read chapter 1 to whatever chapter it goes up to, plain & simple and I love it.

- Device Syncing

I was thinking that it would be a good idea to add syncing between devices. Like if I were to read something on one device it would show up in the ‘continue reading’ section as well as ‘last read’ on another device. This would make the easier to use and improve the functionality. I hope you take this into consideration and make the modification.

- High quality images, but UX is clunky

Love the range and the ability to view so many of my favourite series. Really need an ability to better manage the library though - series I’m currently following, series I want to read, the chapter I was last on etc.

- Buying?

The app is so good but I just don’t understand why we need to buy the membership. It’s kinda annoying but I rather still read 1-3 chapters of every book. I also thought that the free option was 1 book and then after the book it switches to the next book. But it’s ok. I really need the membership to read on and one

- Amazing value

Was using the app before the addition of the vault. With the new ability to catch up on series I’ve been exclusively using the app for all my manga reading. No more crappy fantranslations when I’ve got amazing scans with faithful trans of the original work. Great job Viz

- Best manga app in the IOS Store

Premium option is affordable and so worth it, no need to buy the books when you can read chapter to chapter as apart of the subscription! Likely will be a subscriber for sometime much cheaper then buying books

- Saidaze

I love using this app to read manga. Having an issue with reading as of recently. Every time I try to read or download a chapter it says “Sorry we have a problem verifying authorization” Can you fix this issue please!

- Log in

Just bcoz your 13 or over doesn’t mean you an email or anything like that. Some kids have parents that are very protective over the internet. So you might not have the right/ or no log in details. I feel it needs to be a easier to log in. Bcoz manga is the best. But asides from that it’s a VERY good app.

- Suggestion: Device Sync

Love the app so far, only suggestion (unless it’s just not working for me) would be to sync the “last read chapter” across devices. I often read on the bus on my iPhone and then on my iPad at home.

- Great App!

I just got into manga reading and by far this is the smoothest app I have ever used. It’s very user friendly and extremely easy to navigate around! Would strongly recommend it to anyone who wants to start out reading some manga. 👍🏼☺️

- Great app but could use some minor additions.

I use this app across a few devices with the one paid account. It’s almost everything I want from a manga reader. But 2 things that would make me super happy are. I would love the app to update what I’ve read across all of the devices so I can jump straight in to where I’ve left off on another device. Also a ‘favourite’ button so I can have everything I’m reading on my ‘my library’ tab instead of my main page. Keep up the good work :D

- Pretty good

You can read the latest chapters of each series and if you subscribe you get the latest stuff the same day it comes out in Japan

- Almost perfect

Just wish there was a way to save/bookmark chapters and access it rather than just having a download option. But odd to have a feature like that missing but other than that really good app 10/10 good time to be a weeb

- Limited chapters even with a membership

Ridiculous that even after paying you are still limited to a certain amount of chapters a day. After you finish each chapter there is always a pop-up to purchase a book which is annoying and the chapters don’t flow seamlessly like every other manga app or reading app. Just seems like a lowly attempt at a money grab and the service is terrible for it.

- Needs improving

This app needs a way to show your reading process. The option to mark chapters as read or unread would be greatly helpful. Also make the icon for downloading and deleting chapters bigger, because it’s really easy to accidentally open the chapter instead. Also release the chapters quicker. Japan seems to get them almost 7 days earlier

- Needs device/account sync

Going from a tablet at home to a phone on the go is a pain with no synchronised reading or refresh. The app is otherwise awesome, how we’re this one missing feature really detracts from the user experience deducting a two stars for this clear oversight.

- Used to be good

The recent addition of the translator and lettering names has ruined the artwork by covering it, especially on colour double-spread pages. Also, the reluctancy to stick with “Zolo” instead of “Zoro” is still annoying. I honestly would buy all of One Piece’s digital volumes if they changed it to his correct name. In addition, dark mode for the app’s UI (not the manga pages) and digital versions of art and data books would be great.

- Great but one problem

Shonen jump is a good app without a doubt but it’s always annoying when you have to wait for hours on end If there could be a little improvement it would be great thanks!👍

- Need favourite list

I only recently purchased the subscription as most free app is closing down and only downside is no favourite list to bookmark? no read tab, no webtoon reading style or any options this app is vague and boring and very little options. please add these things for better experience

- Great App

Has a lot of good easy accessible Mangas and I’m planning on getting a subscription. another plus is the subscription costs not that much and I am planning on getting one. Five Stars...

- Great! But...

Can there be a feature where you subscribe to a series and then receive a new notification when the new chapters come out?

- Basic

In no particular order; Doesn’t have favourites, clunky transition between chapters, reading in landscape view defaults to double page spread (ie really small on a phone unless you zoom in). Home screen difficult to navigate. No search filters. Image quality is great but you’d kind of expect that from the publisher.

- Good app but favouriting and notifications could be better

App is good, signing up to be a member is simple but notifications seems to be bad. You get notified when a manga is out but I can fav my manga and only get those notifications.

- Manga

Manga like hunter x hunter’s chapters aren't out yet and I'm not sure why. Until its chapters are released I wouldn’t rate it as far as five stars. Once they are released it would definitely rate it five stars

- Bit confused

Loving the app and all, but on the official Viz site, the membership costs $1.99, but on the Shonen app, it costs $2.99. I’m not fussed about the price, just wondering why its a dollar difference.

- Would love a “my list” feature

Thankful an app like this exists, has allowed me to properly get into manga. But would like to add mangas I want to read into a list system similar to adding shows to the “my list”

- Can’t binge

You only get 100 chapters to read in a 24 hour period. That’s not even all of Black Clover. I don’t need this from a service I pay for.

- The best app ever

If you love manga like I do this is the best app ever for only $2.99 a month and you get over 1000 chapters it’s so so so so good have to get the app and for 7 days you get free manga

- User friendly, great interface

Easy to navigate but it’ll be better if I can bookmark some titles

- I love this app

I love Reading a lot but some times I can’t buy the book so I just come on here a start Reading a book

- Good

The app is easy to use and worth the 2.99 per month i dont normally write reviews but it is much better than I anticipated

- Need more improvements

So annoying that every time you finish a chapter, there will be a page pop up as to BUY A VOLUME and you have to tap read to continue reading, ruining the reading experience. No feature allow reader to like or save the comics they like. No layout setting. Ver poor user interface.

- Great app for manga lovers!

This app has a ton of good manga and makes it very easy to support mangakas with its very attractive subscription fee, can’t recommend this enough!!

- Amazing

Both my friend and I love this. It’s so much easier to read than other apps, love the download function!!!

- Good

Good and all but I’m still having trouble where it says “some of the manga volume has not loaded in properly, delete the volume and download again” did it more than 10 times stills doesn’t work.

- One of the best apps for manga

You love manga this app is just for you it has amazing titles and a bargain price for the membership for 3 dollars a month I love this app and you will to

- Very good

Really like the way I can still read bits and pieces without having a membership

- Great app

I’m really happy with the amount of manga they have, I’m extremely happy with the pricing. Overall I highly recommend this app

- Basic Features Missing

Whilst a physical comic is good to read horizontally reading. Tablet the form factor lends itself better to a vertical reading experience. This is natural ergonomics and shouldn’t be ignored. Can’t favourite or bookmark series on either iPad or iPhone app. Progress is not sync between devices from iPad, iPhone, and Windows web browser.

- Shonen Jump

It’s great I’m currently reading the promised neverland and it’s so much fun and I’m glad I got the membership would recommend

- Good

There’s not really much to read if you’re not allowed to buy anything but other than that it’s amazing

- Needs to improve loading speeds

Speeds are slow and could be smoother. Also please sync read pages and chapters between iOS devices.

- Library and favorites list

I would like to be able to place manga I like in a separate favorites library list that alerts me when a new chapter of the manga I like is out. For examples of what I mean, see Naver’s WEBTOON app.

- Need something to keep tracking

The new update is not a bad idea. But it really hard to keep track of which manga i am reading and what chapter had been read. Another thing is the author commend in each chapter is no more which is sad.

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- Release right on time

This app is incredible it releases chapters faster than any other site I’ve ever seen

- Great

Great app for reading old manga and beginning new ones. Highly recommend

- Good app but

Love everything including sub price BUT really wish it had genre tags and a reading list feature.

- Good awesome app.

Would be a 5 star if I could figure out how to delete chapters I read in order to make room for more instead of waiting for the 7 days to expire and delete themselves.

- Great deal

So cheap for what you get. I love this app.

- Decent

This app is good for only 2.79 plus tax it’s 3.15. I suggest you buy it if you want to read the mangas that they have if your in America it’s only 2$ which is good. It would have been better if they had all genres instead of just shonen but it’s Alr. I suggest you download this app it’s pretty damn decent

- Download it right now

This app is insane. You can read manga for hours and there’s so many different stories. I suggest that every anime fan downloads this app right now

- Shonen jump

Pretty good but when say free they for most of them mean like three chapters but outside that the price is reasonable there not really any hidden fees or add ones and the downloading is good so if you got the Monday I recommend

- Best app

This app is great I have found both my old favourites and some new ones to al so much cheaper then buying the paper copies 10/10 highly recommended

- Almost Perfect

I love that I can support some of my favourite artist and their works, but why does there have to be a 100 chapter limit? I was reading late last night and I started reading this morning and got limit capped

- Good, but...

Some manga, such as Hunter x Hunter, costs extra money ($9.99 per volume) which is a little sad. Also, there really should be a feature so that you can remove manga from the “continue reading” section, because any ongoing manga I start and don’t like are now there forever, mixed in with the ones I actually enjoy. It would also be much better with genre tags. But it’s a good app, and a decent price. I do enjoy it!

- Ok

You need to pay for almost all chapters you should have a toggle-able option that makes you watch like three ads for each premium chapter

- I love this app

This app is amazing fantastic I get manga chapters so fast faster than any other website or app and to read anything u want for just 5 bucks is a great deal I’m having a great time reading manga cause of this app 10/10 it’s great I’m really enjoying the dbs manga right now I even use this app when using a number 2 and this app saves corentine

- 10/10 would recommend

Easy to use, convenient, and a good selection and you can’t beat the price.

- Best

I will support this app and mangaka! Best way to start supporting and reading manga at the same time

- Great app

It’s a great app

- Poor app functionality

Seriously, no delete all downloads button? Lmao

- Version 5.2 Issue

After Version 5.2 the app crashes on startup. Not cool.

- Love manga!!?!?

Love this app so much just wish they had more chapters for the people who don’t wanna pay!! But still 5 ⭐️

- Love the App

Just wish there were an option to favourite the mangas your reading or want to read.

- Some titles are online on viz, but not on the apps?

Add Golden Kamuy and Fire Punch to the app! They’re on the viz website but not the viz app or Shonen jump app for some reason.I can still read them on the website with my subscription, but the app is just a nicer experience, y’know?

- Beautiful

It greatly enhances my manga reading experience

- The membership is very much worth the price.

Good stuff

- Really great

Cheap, loads of content, my only issue is the frequent error of manga pages being missing, but it can be solved with a quick restart.

- Love it

Can’t stop binge reading. $2-3 for all this content is too phenomenal THANK YOU!

- Good

Good

- Great price for content, but could have a better ux

I was genuinely surprised at how affordable the content was! That being said, some minor bugs trying to exit a comic and could have a better UX. Overall, would recommend.

- Ok

Doesn’t have half of the manga I wanted to read

- This is awesome!!

This app is just great! I can read up to 100 mangas per day, and unlock +10 000 different stories for just 2,79$/month... It gets very expensive buying the mangas, and I don’t like to read it on online sites because it doesn’t benefit the mangakas who are working very hard almost every day. So this app makes it so much easier! Totally recommend, it made me really happy and less stressed.

- UI sucks

No dark mode + having to hit “read” every chapter just sucks.

- good

better than crunchyroll manga

- To improve

it would be nice if he did. Is there a French language version on some manga?

- Hello

I would give five stars but I can’t read every chapter for free

- Best in the game

Great interface, consistent and amazing content

- Great Selection

I like the free version of Shonen Jump. It lets me keep up with things at a cheaper rate than buying the monthly issues like I did as a kid. The paid version is essential for Manga fans as Shonen Jump has the best manga out there and the monthly rate is cheaper than the cost of a magazine.

- Perfect

really easy to navigate,

- THIS IS THE BEST

Shonen jump has changed my life for the better!I am so happy I got this app and guess what I only started two mangas.more fun for the future!I have been reading naruto and my hero they are both great I’m a little bit bored of naruto I’m on a lame part I’m past chapter 500 thou so that’s great I’m taking a break of naruto and I’m read my hero I’m past chapter 100!I really think you sould get this app!a if you like to watch anime but don’t like how much time it takes read manga!it takes shorter amought of time so you can do other stuff again you need this app!

- THIS IS SOO GOOD

This is really good and paying is not much so you can read your favourite anime whenever you want P.S this is the best!

- I like manga

Y’all got chapters so I’ll read em, thnx

- Nice meme

You have to pay and they said join to read i thought they meant you have to crate a Account

- good

good

- Probably one of the best Manga apps out there

You really get bang for your buck with this app. For the price, you’d be crazy not to subscribe to it! There’s a good amount of manga, and they add more every now and then. It’s great, but the only thing that’s missing is a panel to panel guided view like in my other comic apps. Other than that, Viz has really outdone themselves! It also looks amazing on an iPad!!

- It’s good

Because manga

- Best app

Other than having Shonen only mangas it’s easily the best one I’ve downloaded

- Love it

Iota really cheap and has lots of manga I just wish the manga panels or pages are full size but it’s great

- Great

Great

- Gud

Gud

- Lacking content

Missing a lot of manga. Would be 5 stars but there’s so much you can’t read, and a large portion of the manga you can’t access even with the subscription it still expects you to pay for the volumes.

- The best manga reading platform on iphone

You read the title what are you waiting for?

- Good but has problems

I love this app and I pay for the monthly subscription. My only problem is even with paying every month I can’t read yuyu hakusho and kaguya sama unless I buy the volumes? It doesn’t make sense to lock paying customers out of certain series

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@icepinklink i think its just where its published, iirc manga is just the japanese word for comics? either that or the style of publication, since manga chapters are typically printed in magazines with other stories (like shonen jump) and comic issues are printed standalone

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Shonen Jump Manga & Comics (Version 5.3.2) Install & Download

The applications Shonen Jump Manga & Comics was published in the category Book on 2013-03-21 and was developed by VIZ Media, LLC [Developer ID: 391613369]. This application file size is 41.24 MB. Shonen Jump Manga & Comics - Book app posted on 2021-08-25 current version is 5.3.2 and works well on IOS 12.0 and high versions. Google Play ID: com.viz.wsj