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November 11, 2011

Free DMP App Now Available!

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DMP Books go Mobile

Digital Manga is proud to announce the all new Digital Manga Publishing Store app now available for the iPad and Android tablets! With the successful release of the Vampire Hunter D Store app, Digital Manga is moving forward with their next new app for buying and viewing the rest of their manga e-book library!! So if you love books published by DMP, download this app. The store app will carry titles from the main DMP imprint, the all-popular Juné and 801 Media imprints, and the all new Digital Manga Guild imprint! The store app also has its titles categorized by genre and type, including instructional books, foreign editions and American comics. Take all your favorite titles with you anywhere on your iPad or Android tablet.

The Digital Manga Publishing Store app carries its titles as complete volumes. Pricing for most typical 200pg manga e-books range from $8.99 to $10.99, instructional books at $12.99, and titles in other categories will vary. Additional titles will continue to be added to the store app every month, so check regularly.

Link to the DMP app in iTune App store:

Link to the DMP app in the Android Market:

Check out the video demo link here!


  1. Hi, I tried searching for the application on the Android market and clicking on the link provided but it said that the application is not available. Also, will there be a digital version of Only the ring finger knows volume 4 as the hardcopy is out of print?

    Comment by Jonquina — November 13, 2011 @ 8:32 pm

  2. Thank you, thank you, thank you for making this app! I did want to ask if there was anyway to add the # of pages for each title. Also, would love to see the Finder series available on here. I’m not a big fan of print and would really love to buy a digital version.

    Thanks again!

    Definitely going to purchase some titles.

    Comment by SLE — November 17, 2011 @ 8:12 pm

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  4. i have a problem with the app. i just bought a manga but when i clicked it it doesn’t show anything just blank

    Comment by joyce pike — March 3, 2012 @ 8:10 am

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