• ComicRack for Windows

    Read your comics the way you want.
    Fast navigation, auto scrolling, auto rotation, dynamic zooming, manga mode, full screen, multi screen, multi tab.
    Get it for free now!
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  • ComicRack for Android

    Get ComicRack for Android and take your library with you. Sync all your comics over WiFi with your tablet. Enjoy the live wallpaper or stay up to date with the comic widget. Read More
  • ComicRack for the iPad

    Get ComicRack for the iPad and take your library with you. Simply sync all your comics over WiFi with your tablet. Read More
  • Managing your Library

    The powerful library brings your whole collection to life. Group, sort and display all the data to help you rediscover your hidden treasures. Quick search and smartlists make managing your comics a snap.
  • Edit Comics

    Edit comic pages, rotate them to your needs, change the reading order or add additional information.
  • Edit Comics

    ComicRack allows you to edit and show the information of your comics. You can even change the color and sharpness of comic pages.
  • Converting your Comics

    ComicRack can batch convert your comics to all important formats (including PDF). And all this in done in the background while you're keep on reading.
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ComicRack for Android and Marshmallow

CRA works fine with Marshmallow.

There are just a few things you've to look out if you want to use the syncing feature together with ComicRack for Windows.

First make sure that you've selected a writable folder for your comics on your device. Either keep the one ComicRack selected for you or use the Home-Button in the Main Comic Folder Preferences to select a folder on a different device storage (external SD-Card).

For Wifi-Sync you're all set now.

If you want to use syncing via USB, you've to make sure that your device is visible to Windows in MTP mode. Connect your phone, tap on the usb connection notification and make sure Transfer Files (MTP) is selected. If everything is fine, you should also be able to browse your phone's memory with Windows Explorer.
Optionally If you've put your comic folder on the secondary SD-Card you can also remove the card from the phone and put it into an SD-Card reader to sync it.

If there are any problems or questions, just head over to the User Forum.

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