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android and iOS links:
Hopefully that works.
The Weekly Shonen Jump app has the chapters for free right now too:
You'll probably have to use a proxy/vpn for that as well.
wha? Here's the apps' English version: android and iOS. According to the app, they do not have any publishing in Europe and I can't fathom why. But its not as if its only a japanese app for japanese people
i just checked my hd10 and it wont show up on my search list
is is the right one but some reason i cant get it to come up when i search for it
edit , so yeah i found its not compatible one of the few apps that dont work i guess , i normally download all my manga's i read it with "comic screen - comic viewer" just add my own manga folder and boom G2G
Are you referring to this one?
If so, from what i remember it was just a somewhat simpler version of this app. It still identified users by part of the android ID (usually affixed to the device's hostname), probably tracked their activity for "promotional offerings" server-side and had the usual bunch of ad trackers from Google, Facebook and Localytics built-in.
Most of the observable differences i noticed revolved around it being completely under VIZ's control instead of Sheuisha's, actively being maintained by them and all while utilizing their own servers and CDN.
Their ToS was also written in a more elaborative context within the framework of US (Californian) law, with clauses that theoretically did allow the user to bargain for some of the data they wished to share (see for yourself). Unlike Manga Plus, which operates under the terms of a less permissive translated text, the original Japanese version of which always takes precedent.
You mean this one? Until now I never heard about it, because google is hiding it from me, since it is not available in my country. Like most of the things Viz media release, it is most likely USA only.
For me waiting (and discussions during waiting) were big part of Bleach. I was simply reading/watching Bleach for so many years, I don't mind now having to wait a week for more chapters.
You could download the app, and use free google rewards to pay for each issue :)
Hi, some other users has just asked that question so I'd like to link his post here. So I'd say that you can find an official link for the first three chapters here, it's free. But the colored version is a pretty good idea too.
If you read on tablets/smartphones, there is also the Shonen Jump App, you get a 7-day free trial and after that it costs you $1.99/month to get access to all the chapters from One Piece and a ton of others. But you won't even need to keep spending if you catch up with the series, as all the newest chapters are release for free on that official link I've shown you.
Anyway, hope you like it, it's a cool story with a pretty strong focus on world building!
I think the Shonen Jump app by Viz lets you buy the older issues (don't quote me on this tho)
Hello /r/all. Welcome to /r/OnePiece.
You might have some questions, so let me answer a few of them :
> What is One Piece?
One Piece is a manga (a comic), created by Eiichiro Oda, it has been running for more than 22 years now. One Piece is also the top selling comic series from a single author.
It's the story of Monkey D. Luffy, who goes out at sea to become the Pirate King, the freest man in the world, but to do that, he will need to find the One Piece, the treasure left by the previous Pirate King.
> What's so special about this chapter? Why is it on the Front page?
It's a chapter that represent what One Piece is the best at, and loved for : World building. In this chapter we had informations about a number of important players in the One Piece world. Some of those information confirmed hints we had a long time ago.
And this information is so good, that everyone in the community is excited about it.
To give an idea, it would be like you just found out all of the best and your favorite actors and actresses in the world were involve in the same movie 40 years ago, and you had no idea at all.
> Is One Piece good?
Yes, but we might be a little biased here.
> How to read the series?
For this you can read it on Mangaplus, it has the first 3 and last 3 chapters for free. Other than this, you can take a subscription to the Shonen Jump app where you will have access to all the official chapters.
If you want to read it in colors, I would recommend Mangadex, as a good start.
I would also like to remind everyone to be nice in the comment section. And if you have more question, feel free to ask them, I would be glad to answer them.
Lastly, be sure to check our rules before commenting.
For our users, pay attention to rule 1 and 2, meaning no post about the chapter for 24h, and don't create spoilers. Don't ruin the experience for those that haven't read the chapter, or don't read the manga.
It's this one, right? [link]
The 2018 Naruto Shinden Novels (Konoha : Steam Ninja Scrolls, Naruto : Family Day, Sasuke : The Teacher's Star Pupil, Shikamaru : A Cloud Dancing in Forlorn Falling Petals) are pretty recent so they don't have an official english translation yet so they are not for sale in the west but some users are still translating some of the chapters and you can find the translations here in r/naruto the 2018 novels takes place in Boruto and will get some animated episodes in february.
And the older Naruto Shinden Novels are for sale and they have their official english translations, I don't know where you can buy the physical novels but if you want the digital ones you can buy them with the Official Shonen Jump App by VIZ Media, the app might be restricted in your country's google play so you might need to get the apk from a google search.
OpOtra opcion: [link]
I found the app here.
Strangely none of my devices (Samsung Galaxy S2 and Nexus 7) are compatible.
Hmm is that so?
>The Shonen Jump app is your official and trusted source to read the world’s most popular manga and comics straight from Japan.
Edit: Dont see Mangaplus here either