I like using RSS feeds because it’s easy and there’s no need to subscribe to anything so… freedom! If you don’t know what it is or how to use RSS links, no worries, it’s all explained below!


First of all, here are the links you’re gonna need to get notified :

For every new comic page

(once or twice a week max) :

For every new article

(once in a blue moon) :

Choose your tutorial


First you’re gonna need an RSS feed reader app.


On Android, I’d suggest Plenary because it’s free, you don’t have to create an account, it’s very simple and you can enable push notifications without having to go premium (which means you get a pop up notification on your screen whenever there’s an update and don’t have to go check the app regularly).


Here’s a step by step tutorial to add a new feed once you’ve opened the app:


1. Tap the profile icon

2. Go to “Manage Feeds”

3. Hit the “+” sign

4. Tap “Enter feed url”

5. Enter one of the url from above and make sure “Notify new articles” is on.

Then tap the blue arrow, choose or create a category and hit save!

Note that by default, it refreshes your feeds every hour, but you can change that in the settings.

♦ For iOS, since I own neither an iphone nor an ipad, it’s a work in progress, I’ll have to borrow one of those to see what works and what doesn’t, sorry (I’ll try to do it as soon as possible!). In the meantime, if you know of a free app on iOS that allows push notifications, then please tell me in the comments!


This one is easier so I made a very general tutorial but don’t hesitate to tell me if you need more precisions!

1. Open your browser’s add-ons manager

2. Type “RSS feed”

3. Choose the RSS feed reader you like (I went for FeedBro personally)

4. Click on the “Add feed” icon

5. Enter one of the orange url from above

6. Set up push notification if you want them to pop on your computer (optional)

7. Make sure the Add-on’s icon is visible on your navigation bar so that you can see the little number of unread content at all time!

You’re all set! Just have to click on the icon and then on the link to the newest page!

Hope you found this useful!

(if you have questions, please leave a comment below!)

The best thing is that a lot of other webcomic websites have RSS links, so you can add them as well in your app/add-on and never miss a page!


And if you need inspiration,

here are a few personal recommendations!

4 thoughts on “Notifications

  1. Yes! I finally managed to install it, I chose Feedly for IPhone I’ve never used this kind of app before but seems really interesting, definitely more tidy than big social media. Thanks for the recomendations.

    1. Great! Do you know if Feedly enables you to activate push notifications with the free version?

  2. I like NetNewsWire for all apple devices! It’s a totally free app & can sync across phones & computers.

    1. Thanks for the reco, I’ll try it on my dad’s phone and if it works, I’ll make a tuto!

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