Appsberger Syndrome releases new web comic reader for iPhone.
If you like comics then this is the app for you! Just a few days ago Appsberger Syndrome released an app named Comic Avenue, which connects you with your favourite RSS-based web comic. When reading a strip, Comic Avenue uses advanced image analysis methods to segment out each panel in order to get the best possible reading experience.
Comic Avenue lets you follow basically any web comic blog with an RSS feed but also provides three monthly featured comic feeds. For the first month we have a really strong line up, including the first feminist superhero Gyno-Star by Rebecca Cohen, the hillarous Overcompensating by Jeffrey Rowland and last but not least the very popular Dr McNinja by Christopher Hastings. If you also want to add your own favourite web comic just paste the RSS link or find it in our comic feed search engine. Facebook integration lets you share your favourite strips and feeds with your friends. Visit our facebook page for our own and other users' recommendations!
The app is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod, and is of course FREE of charge.
Useful links, screenshots and logos.
App name: Comic Avenue
AppStore Link: http://itunes.apple.com/
Screenshots: screenshot1 , screenshot2 , screenshot3 , screenshot4 , screenshot5
App icon: appicon
Promo image with QR code: promo
Appsberger Syndrome on AppStore: http://itunes.apple.
Appsberger Syndrome on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/
Appsberger Syndrome's website: http://www.appsbergersyndrome.
Appsberger Syndrome logo: Appsberger Syndrome logo
APP$BERGER SYNDROME is a start up based in Lund, Sweden. Our first big application Comic Avenue started out as a project course in mathematical image analysis at Lund University and is developed by mathetmatical engineering students Nils Bore and Mikael Holmquist.