Graphic.ly Brings Comics and Graphic Novels to Android
For those not familiar, Graphic.ly has been releasing comics for the web and iOS for sometime, and has been revered as one of the greatest sources for online comics. Now, they have finally brought their comics to Android.
Graphic.ly CEO Micah Baldwin said,
“Like our community, we are firm believers in the explosion of the Android market. Being the first to provide Marvel Comics on the Android platform is a perfect example of that belief. This application is only the beginning of the expansion of our relationship with Google.”
Our friends at Mashable.com shared with us that existing Graphic.ly subscribers will be able to automatically sync any previously downloaded items with the new Android version. There are currently 2,000 comics available for direct download from the device or over the web.
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