What you need to know
- Comixology has a big new app update following the migration to Amazon.
- Kindle devices can now read comics bought via Comixology.
- The new app promises improved search, sorting, and filtering.
Popular digital comic app and service Comixology has continued its assimilation by Amazon with the arrival of a new app for reading on iPhone and iPad.
The big new update also includes new, flexible filtering, sorting, and search as well as what Comixology says will be faster downloads. That's likely thanks to using Amazon's servers as much as anything.
Comixology Unlimited subscribers can read more than 40,000 titles but is only currently available to customers in the United States. Those with a Kindle Unlimited subscription can also read more than a thousand titles while Prime Reading also offers a similarly large number.
Comixology is the best iPad app for reading magazines bar none and while some remain unhappy at the move to being part of Amazon, that seems unlikely to change any time soon.
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