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ComiCat on Kindle Fire
on December 24, 2011
I have a large collection of digital comics and a new Kindle Fire, so I decided to try this program to see how nicely my comics displayed. I was a bit worried about readability because of the size of the Kindle Fire screen, but it turns out that my comics were completely and easily readable, due to the Kindle's high resolution screen. Plus, if I needed a zoom-in, I only had to turn the Fire to landscape position, and the comics automatically turned into a closeup (I have the view set to width of screen). This app has a ton of options, so you can customize it to whatever you like best. To upload my comics, I simply connected the Fire to my PC via a USB cable, created a new folder called "comic books" on the Fire's internal memory and drag-n-dropped them in. Comicat scanned for new comics, found them and displayed them on its bookshelf. I only had problems opening and viewing one file, and I think it might have been corrupted by the transfer, or maybe in too high a resolution. I'll have to experiment and re-upload it, but it was just one file out of about sixty or seventy transfered comics. Not a big deal. No app is really perfect, but this one was very satisfactory to me.