Experimental manga viewer for Gear VR
Mangaroll is a Gear VR app that lets you read your comics and manga by turning *yourself* around in a circle, preferably while seated on an office chair to prevent bumping into walls. Just drop your folders and comic book files into a folder called "Manga" in your SD card root.
Through a more-or-less simple configuration file, you can also add online services to feed you with a (nearly) endless number of manga. A simple example can be found here, which you can place in your Manga folder.
This is an early alpha version and might be buggy 'n ugly. Developed to toy around with the Mobile SDK.
- Tap where it makes sense
- Click back to... go a layer back
- Swipe down to dismiss the menu
- While reading manga, use the touch pad to zoom in and out
- Added loading indicator to manga view
- You can now move the view to any position by pressing and holding the touchpad (menu might not react properly)
- Changed icon.
- Improved swipe code
- Changed background
- Changed file lookup code back until better method is found
- You can now swipe in the reading view.
- Optimized remote image fetching code and introduce
- Should now look for files in all external storage locations
- Fixed a minor bug
Initial alpha version.
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