Aidoku VS open-source-ios-apps

Compare Aidoku vs open-source-ios-apps and see what are their differences.

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Aidoku open-source-ios-apps
9 28
2,194 41,261
5.6% -
8.2 9.8
8 days ago 5 days ago
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Aidoku

Posts with mentions or reviews of Aidoku. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-03-14.
  • Is there a way to see the updates in your notifications like how it works in tachiyomi?
    1 project | /r/Aidoku | 25 Jun 2023
  • Any chance we can get a way to change manga covers?
    1 project | /r/Aidoku | 6 May 2023
  • Just got a new phone, and I cant download Manga Reader anymore?
    1 project | /r/manga | 31 Dec 2022
    Best option for mobile overall would Imo be tachiyomi, but it doesnt support ios. You can find a multitude of manga readers without downloading support (for example "chunky") and there are also paid options for specific maga sources like the shonen jump app. There is at least one potential tachiyomi alternative for ios afaik which could be found here https://github.com/Aidoku/Aidoku . that is still in the beta though and the installation instructions lead you to " testflight", an app for beta versions of apps, rather than directly in the apple store. If you want exactly the old app back, then you will probably want to look into r/sideloading and then you'd still need to find a trustworthy source to get the app from, so I wouldn't recommend it (also might have other issues related to the warranty, not entirely sure. Basically: apple doesnt like it if you do that, so it might come with a "price"). I personally would probably download on a different device and transfer the files to ios after that, but that would of course only work if you have a sufficient backlog on things and don't need to be able to read all the newest stuff all the time on the go.
  • Manga apps
    1 project | /r/sideloaded | 4 Dec 2022
  • Offline Viewing (iOS)
    1 project | /r/mangadex | 21 Aug 2022
    Paperback is closed-source and has some loading issues. Use Aidoku instead. It is open-source and always load images.
  • Apple developing 14.1-inch iPad Pro with M2 chip, two sources claim
    1 project | /r/ipad | 10 Jun 2022
    If you’re okay with sideloading, Aidoku is the best manga app I have ever used.
  • All I ever use
    1 project | /r/ipad | 23 May 2022
    Not OP, but I use Aidoku
  • any apps on iphone that let me use mangadex
    2 projects | /r/mangadex | 14 Mar 2022
    There’s r/Aidoku for iOS. It’s basically tachiyomi for iOS, it has extensions and it’s completely open source. IMO better than paperback. But be warned it is very new so many features are not yet available. It’s available through testflight, you sign up via their discord.
  • Aidoku - A new iOS manga reader
    1 project | /r/Aidoku | 27 Feb 2022
    It currently has iCloud sync and external source support, and sources can be installed in-app (only MangaDex and MangaSee sources exist right now, but more can be made in the future). There are no ads, and it's open source on GitHub.

open-source-ios-apps

Posts with mentions or reviews of open-source-ios-apps. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-07-12.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing Aidoku and open-source-ios-apps you can also consider the following projects:

app - Repository to host app releases, issues, and feature requests for Paperback

Deluge-Remote - iOS App That Remotely Controls Deluge Torrent Clients

CSV.swift - CSV reading and writing library written in Swift.

WebRTC-iOS - A simple native WebRTC demo iOS app using swift

Hanami - Manga reading app for iOS/iPadOS written with SwiftUI and Composable Architecture

Animoji - Animoji Generator 🦊

Hero - Elegant transition library for iOS & tvOS

SVPinView - SVPinView is a light-weight customisable library used for accepting pin numbers or one-time passwords.

Lottie - An iOS library to natively render After Effects vector animations

Camera - Modern camera app focused on privacy and security with QR & barcode scanning.

ios-oss - Kickstarter for iOS. Bring new ideas to life, anywhere.

Tuist - A Swifty toolchain to build better Apple apps, faster

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