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    Square Enix releases global version of MANGA UP! app

    Square Enix released a global version of the MANGA UP! app, bringing over 160 manga titles to worldwide markets.

    The global version introduces over 100 new English translations by Square Enix for many popular manga titles. Some of the manga titles featured in the app are Fullmetal Alchemist, Goblin Slayer, and Soul Eater. Additionally, the MANGA UP! app is available on iOS and Android worldwide with support for tablets.

    The latest details are available below, via Square Enix:

    The app will offer 160 titles, including 100 new English translations. Manga UP! will also provide readers with the latest installments of ongoing series as soon after their Japan releases as possible. The app will be available everywhere but Japan and works with both iOS and Android, including on tablets.
    Released in 2017, the Japanese version of MANGA UP! has been downloaded more than 19 million times. The expertise and technology that the Company has amassed in offering the Japanese version will now enable it to deliver its outstanding manga content to a global audience more quickly.

    The Company has been making its manga content widely available outside of Japan for some time to great acclaim. However, readers outside of Japan have had to wait to get their hands on popular Japanese titles due to constraints involved in distributing printed comic books and e-books.

    Because of the speed and reach that an app makes possible, global fans will now have access via MANGA UP! to around 160 titles, including 100 titles available in new English translations. In addition, the app will be the fastest source for English versions of popular ongoing series such as The Case Study of VanitasGOBLIN SLAYER, and FINAL FANTASY LOST STRANGER, thanks to simultaneous releases with Japanese installments.

    The app will also include already completed manga that have been worldwide hits such as Fullmetal AlchemistSoul Eater, and PandoraHearts. Ongoing series creating buzz such as Hiromu Arakawa’s latest work Daemons of the Shadow Realm, as well as My Dress-Up Darling and The Apothecary Diaries, are also available on MANGA UP! before anywhere else.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email: [email protected]

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