Wanna read manga for free, but still be able to support the mangaka? Well, it seems that Shueisha finally has a solution. They have now launched their free manga service, Manga Plus, and it is now available for both iOS and Android devices. It’s now available globally, except for Japan, China, and South Korea. The app offers readers free manga, and it boasts quite a lot of titles. However, unlike the illegal manga sites, this one is by the publisher itself, and is totally legal. The best part? A portion of the ad revenue from advertisers will go to the various mangaka.
The app will feature around 50 titles, including 13 completed series like Naruto, Bleach, Bakuman, Nisekoi, among others. Its ongoing titles include My Hero Academia, Black Clover, and many more.
They will also release the English-translated versions of the manga on the same day as their release in Japan. In addition, readers can also use the service to purchase compiled volumes for specific manga.