This repo includes entertainment media that I enjoy watching/reading:
Below is software that you can find to enhance your entertainment experience. Items marked as 👑 are recommended by me.
TV shows and movies
- TV Time: Good tracker, mainly available on android, and has a webapp. Plus has a social media aspect to it with reviews and comments on each movie/show from different users.
- Trakt.tv: 👑 Very good tracker, best used when integrated with your media players such as Plex (premium) and Jellyfin (free). Trakt also has alot of third party (free and paid) clients, personally I use Showly which is open source right here on GitHub. Check out my Trakt profile here
- MyAnimeList: A very good Anime tracker.
- AniList: 👑 My choice when it comes to anime trackers. Works really well with Tachiyomi and has a wide variety of clients that you can use.
- League of Comic Geeks: A comic tracker for both desktop (website) and mobile. The website is very nice and clean looking (pity it isn’t a PWA), and the new app is really nice to use. Major downside is the fact that it doesn’t have an API, so cannot be integrated with other applications.
- MyAnimeList: Listed in TV shows and movies, but I’m also going to list it here as it has the ability to track manga too.
- AniList: 👑 Similar to MyAnimeList.
- Libib: 👑 A great webapp to track your physical collections. Supports books (incl. manga and comics), movies, music and video games.
- Bookshelf: Exclusively for mobile unfortunately, however it has a really clean interface, very easy to use, and all book metadata is editable (author, cover, etc).
- GoodReads: The most popular book tracker.
- Jellyfin: 👑 Server software that allows you to have all of your downloaded media (inc tv shows, movies, books, comics) available in one place, anywhere you go.
- Plex: Very similar to Jellyfin, however its all managed by central servers owned by Plex Inc, which I’m not a fan of. Also Jellyfin has more customizability, but Plex is more stable.
- Ubooquity: 👑 Server software similar to that of Plex and Jellyfin, but just for books and comics. Con: seems like the origin developer has “abandoned” the project, and is not open source.
- Emby: Similar to Plex and Jellyfin, however I’ve never used it personally.
- Komga: Like Ubooquity, but just for comics. It can read epub files, but cannot read the contents, just the images - one way around it is just to convert all your epub files to pdf.
- Kavita: 👑 Aims to be a direct modern replacement for Ubooquity. Quite a new project, however is very promising.
- Jellyfin Apps: 👑 Jellyfin provides a range of free software to play your media.
- Plex Apps: Same as Jellyfin, but many of them are not free.
- Ubooquity Webapp: Ubooquity has it’s own webapp built in to the server software, same with Jellyfin and Plex.
- Komga Webapp: Follows the exact same concept as the Ubooquity Webapp.
- Kuboo: 👑 Reader for Ubooquity, available for android.
- Calibre: Meant to be a very good comic reader. Apparently has functionality to be both a player and a server. Personally I wasn’t very fond of it.
- Tachiyomi: 👑 Quite possibly the best comic reader I have ever come across. The app itself is nothing but a container for all the extensions that you can install that allow you to read comics/manga from different sources.
- Aniyomi: 👑 A fork of Tachiyomi with added functionality for anime as well.
✨ Recommend something
Want to recommend me something to watch/read? Go ahead and start a discussion and I’ll be sure to check it out!