In yesterday’s blog post, we detailed an issue that some Manga Rock users encountered due to Mangable.com new server filtering system. Here’s what we have done since then:
What were fixed
We have managed to temporarily fix the problem for now. For those who have not reseted the app, it is now working again using Mangable.com as its source.
For those who have already reseted the app or re-downloaded the app from the App Store, it is now working using Mangareader.net as its source.
What still need to be addressed
“Pull-to-refresh” in the manga catalog is not working, hence your Favorited manga will not show any new chapters. However, you can still receive new manga updates by going to each individual manga and pull-to-refresh there. We have already submitted a hot fix 2.5.1 to Apple to address this issue, we will let you know once the update is approved.
Note: Existing users using Mangable as its source updating to the fix will continue to be using Mangable as its source once you have updated. New users and users who have already reset the app will be using Mangareader.net as its source once you have updated to 2.5.1.
Mangareader.net seems to be a better manga source with its stable server, better image quality and most manga in mangable.com and more are presented. We advise that you do the switch to Mangareader.net now by reseting or re-downloading the app. The downside to this is that you will lose all of your favorited and downloaded manga, but we believe that a better and more stable manga source is better for you in the long run.
We will be moving our source from Mangable.com to Mangareader.net permanently in the 2.6 update. On a side note, Manga Rock MF will continue to be FREE to download until the issue with Manga Rock has been completely resolved. Thank you all for your support and we apologize for any inconvenience caused.