Published by Moulinsart, the Tintin application allows fans to travel the world with their favourite books in high quality digital format and always within reach.
As you build your collection you can decorate your device with great screensavers and your app bookshelf with virtual Tintin figurines.
Download the app and set off on the adventure! In the future the service will be developed to include rich multimedia content, helping fans to discover multiple facets of the work and art of Hergé.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Ahh..finally don’t have to carry my many, Tintin books to work
Just kidding, but really, on an iPad Pro (2019), the images are great. Thank goodness not in American English as some other would like. However when trying to read in landscape mode, the page isn’t mobile reactive (auto scale when the iPad is no its side vs. vertical). I’ll live with that, but needs an update. Beyond that awesome colors on retina screens.
Good but could be better.
PLEASE ADD ITALIAN!!!!!!!
It's great to have Tintin books available on your phone and sold for a reasonable price. The best thing is that buying the book in an additional language is only $1. So I'm now enjoying Tintin as I learn Dutch (and then French).
The not-so-bad thing is that I have to buy the book in English first. I am guessing that if my native language were French, I would have to buy that first before I could buy the English version. This isn't ideal, but it's not too bad. I already have all the books in English, in printed editions.
The really bad thing is that the electronic version of the book forces the reader to use the pagination from the paper version. It would make FAR more sense to have a frame-by-frame layout, where you could just keep advancing to the next frame. As it is, you must manually zoom in to read the frame, and manually zoom out to advance to the next page, and manually zoom in again...doing this over and over and over gets really tedious.
Also, there are a very limited number of languages, while (if I remember correctly) the paper version of Tintin might be nearly the world record holder for being translated into more languages than any other book. I expect this will change as they get more books scanned in, so I'm not too worried, but I would love to use Tintin to help me learn Italian, Serbian, and improve my Spanish and Portuguese.
This app fell from heaven
I’m so thrilled to be able to read all these beautiful adventures wherever I’m at, which is currently in Guatemala, in covid lockdown. So it’s been amazing, and I love that I can get them in French, the most enjoyable language learning ever! Thank you for this app! I wish the other Franco-Belgian comics in this tradition had the same thing!
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- 511.8 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, French, Japanese
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © Hergé / Moulinsart 2019
- In-App Purchases
- Tintin in the Congo $3.99
- Cigars of the Pharaoh $3.99
- Tintin in America $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.