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I was so happy when I saw this come out because AnimeGT is literally the best anime app ever, but it’s not in AppStore anymore. KATSU is literally just like it, so I applaud you for that. I remember in AnimeGT, you guys used to have a manga section, but it doesn’t work anymore. I was hoping you would have a manga section for this one as well, but was sad when I saw there wasn’t. I’m not forcing you or anything since you guys literally update the app right when new anime episodes or seasons come out. You guys also have a large variety of anime’s for us to watch which I’m truly grateful for. It’s just, I remember reading a manga called blood bank in your manga section and I was hoping to read it again, but I couldn’t enter the manga section anymore. I can’t read it anywhere else, since there’s no English paperback version and I can’t read it on any other apps. This doesn’t change my perspective on how I see this app though, you seriously deserve so much more credit and I’ve already told my friends about this app and they said they will check it out.
I love this app. Instead of having to pay for a subscription, or having to go to any ad-filled websites, I can just watch anime stress-free, all while not spending any money or evading ads with porn on it, even if it sources from those websites. I don’t have to worry about missing anime, due to it sourcing from websites like gogoanime, so that’s also a plus. The app is not buggy either, which means the dev put an amazing amount of work into this project. No complaints at all from me. I highly recommend this to anyone who hates subscriptions or ads and wants to watch anime.
Honestly I was so sad to see that AnimeGT was not in the App Store anymore because it was my favorite app. But when I got the notification that the developer came out with this app, I was so happy. It is a great app to watch anime, track it! It may take a few practice goes to get used to it but once you do, it is an amazing app like no other. So thanks Orion! Keep doing what you do!
Absolutely love this app! We can download now, which rocks, and is a feature I’ve wanted for a while. I was one of the lucky ones - I downloaded AnimeGT before it was taken down. Now, AnimeGT is amazing, but KATSU honestly is better... the only thing I’d miss if I had only KATSU would be reading a manga once in a while. It’s free! Yes, there are ads, but they don’t interrupt you in the middle or your show, and there aren’t even that many! I have never not found an anime on either AnimeGT or KATSU... that’s amazing, if you ask me. All in all, fantastic app - love it and will definitely be using it for QUITE a while!
Dude I love this app the creator is amazing he/she also made a app called AnimeGT and that app is great too. This app also has subbed and dubbed Anime’s and if your looking for a Anime I suggest watching Naruto and Naruto Shippuden they are both subbed and dubbed and they are amazing you should totally download this app THANK YOU SO MUCH!!
Developed by the Orion uwu,
KATSU by Orion has 176 user reviews.
KATSU by Orion has an average rating of 4.9.
The latest version of KATSU by Orion (1.1) was released on Apr 21, 2020.
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