Mangamo Manga App Now Available in Europe for iOS & Android

Manga fans in Europe can now read and discover new manga with Mangamo, the English-language manga subscription app that gives readers around the world unlimited access to titles from multiple publishers while supporting creators. Mangamo is now available for iOS on the Apple App Store and for Android on the Google Play Store and is offering a 30-day free trial for new users.

“Mangamo was created to make it easy and affordable to read lots of manga straight from Japan and professionally translated into English,” said Buddy Marini, CEO and co-founder of Mangamo. “European fans’ appetite for manga has grown steadily for years, with thriving markets in countries all over the region. We look forward to hearing which titles in the Mangamo library they love.”

Mangamo’s library includes mega-hits like Fire Force, Attack On Titan, The Seven Deadly Sins, Fairy Tail, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, In/Spectre, Knights of Sidonia, and Ajin: Demi-Human; manga based on current anime hits like Japan Sinks 2020, Arte, Dropkick on My Devil!, and Somali and the Forest Spirit; and award-winning series like Loving Yamada at LV999!, and Reset Game.

Mangamo’s November Featured Titles include Immortal Undertaker, Department of Demon Resources, Devil-Chi, Attack on Titan: Before the Fall, and Laughing Under the Clouds plus two of its spin-offs, Laughing in the Fog and Laughing in Purgatory.

Mangamo was created by executives and leaders from Crunchyroll, VIZ Media, Hulu Japan, Netflix and more. Mangamo is available with a monthly subscription and provides ad-free, unlimited access to more manga titles than any other manga or comics subscription service, plus new chapter releases daily and exciting manga debuts in English. 

Mangamo’s library includes multiple publishers and spans genres including Shonen, Seinen, Isekai, Shojo, Horror, Sci Fi, Fantasy, Action, Romance, Comedy, School Life, BL, Yaoi, Adventure and more. 

All titles are licensed directly from publishers and professionally translated into English so fans can have an exceptional reading experience that supports the industry. Over 30 million people worldwide access the top English-language manga piracy sites every month (SimilarWeb), ultimately hurting the industry. 

Users have the option of reading from right to left as manga is originally published or by scrolling vertically like they may be used to with webtoons. Mangamo also includes a customized reader and tracker so users can see which titles and chapters they’ve read and save titles they’re interested in reading.

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