November 3, 2011 in Books (E)
[prMac.com] Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam - Not A Basement Studio today is pleased to announce the launch of Comic Express, their new comic reader app for the iPhone and iPad. Comic Express provides comic lovers the whole reading experience from fast importing to beautiful interface and smooth viewer. It supports users with organizing feature and convenient reading modes. Simple and elegant, it's designed to read.
"A great comic book is not judged by its cover, but also its story, its art, even the paper quality. Every little detail counts. Similarly, a great comic reading app is not judged by its icon, but also its speed, its interface, even the animations. Every little detail counts", Not A Basement Studio.
* iTunes files sharing
* Import hundreds of comics in seconds
* Support .cbr, .cbz, .rar, and .zip files
* Organize your comic collections any way you want
* Comic files are auto-grouped into series
* Dual-reading modes: portrait and landscape
* Beautifully-designed app interface
* It's designed to read
Comic Express does not provide any actual comics. Not A Basement Studio is not associated with Marvel Comics or DC Comics in any way. All logos, characters, and images belong to their respective copyrights holders.
* iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch 4G
* iOS 4 and above
* 7.7 MB
Pricing And Availability:
Promotional price $1.99 for the first launching week (usual $4.99). Comic Express is available worldwide through the iTunes App Store. Promo codes are available for qualified reviewers. Please specify the website or blog you represent when making your request.
Founded in 2010, Not A Basement Studio is an app development studio located in Ho Chi Minh Ctiy, Vietnam. They have created Manga Rock, Manga Rock MF, Manga Rock Unity, Komik Connect, and Wikly. Almost 600,000 people downloaded their apps and responded encouragingly. Copyright (C) 2011 Not A Basement Studio. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the US and/or other countries.