Current Version Version: 1.0.6
Developer Pierre-Olivier Latour
Rating
Price Free
Filed Under Books software
Age rating 4+
Compatibility
  • iPad

Description

Finally a comic reader for iPad done right! ComicFlow was designed with one goal in mind: providing the best experience for comic fans with large collections. Features: - Polished interface - Can handle very large comic collections (1,500+ comics and dozens of GB) without crashing or becoming unusable - Imports new comics in the background - Doesn't need to pre-process comic files before you can read them - Supports .cbr, .cbz and pdf files Importing Comics (iTunes): - Connect your iPad to iTunes - In the Applications section, select ComicFlow in the list at the bottom - Drag and drop comic files or directories of comic files into the Documents area - If ComicFlow is already running, display the settings window (upper-right button) and tap on "Update Library" Importing or Organizing Comics (WebDAV): - Launch ComicFlow - Display the settings window (upper-right button) and enable WebDAV server if needed - Connect to the displayed IP using your favorite WebDAV client (Transmit recommended on Mac OS X): the login can be anything e.g. "guest" but you must enter the random 6 digits password Manually Marking Comics as New or Read: - Tap and hold on a comic thumbnail or a series thumbnail - Choose the appropriate option in the pop-up menu that appears Restrictions: - Renaming comics or reorganizing then in directories can only be done through WebDAV at this point - Directories inside directories are not supported Currently Supported / Tested WebDAV Clients: - Mac: Finder (Go > Connect to Server) - Mac: Transmit (http://www.panic.com/transmit/) - Mac: Interarchy (http://nolobe.com/interarchy/) - Mac: Cyberduck (http://cyberduck.ch/) - Windows: Cyberduck (http://cyberduck.ch/) If you are having problems uploading comics through WebDAV, please send a report to info@pol-online.net with your OS, WebDAV client as well as any reported errors (otherwise, this issue can't be investigated or fixed). ComicFlow is also the first (and only?) open-source comic reader for iPad: get the full source from http://code.google.com/p/comicflow under GPL v3 license. Looking for free public domain comics? Check out http://digitalcomicmuseum.com