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Read Your Comics on the Go With Comx Reader for WP7
If you’re and a comic book fan and own a Windows Phone device then this may interest you. Whether it’s Marvel or My Little Pony, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be able to take your favorites with you wherever you go. XDA Forum Member dieguz has developed an application that will allow you to do just that.
Comx Reader for Windows Phone is a simple, no nonsense comic book viewer with a comic themed Metro UI interface. It handles comics in the CBR, CBZ, and ZIP formats, and also includes native SkyDrive support. This is handy because that’s how you’ll be transferring your comic book collection to your device. Simply upload the files to your SkyDrive space and download them to your device. You are then able to arrange then however you like for ease of reading.
The app has a very small memory footprint, weighing in at a slim 1Mb, and it will run on all Windows Phone 7.5 devices. There is no limit to the amount of comics that can be stored in your library. The currently supported languages are English, Italian, and Spanish, “translated by humans, not automatic translators”.
If you think that Comx Reader might be the answer to your mobile comic reading problems, check out the original application thread
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