# Getting started
You can download the latest version of Aniyomi by going to our download page.
When you've completed the download, open the
# Installing an extension
Now that Aniyomi is installed, open the app and navigate toand then switch to the Anime Extensions or Manga Extensions tab.
Find the extension that you'd like to use then press thebutton next to your desired extension and then accept the installation prompt.
You might need to give Aniyomi the permission to install unknown apps, you can read how to do so here.
# Adding anime/manga to your library
Now that you've installed the desired extension, it will show in the Anime Sources or Manga Sources tab depending on if it was an anime extension or manga extension. This pages contains all of your sources, which is obtained through extensions, some extensions contain multiple sources.
To find and add anime/manga to your library, tap Latest for a source's most recently updated anime/manga, or tap on the source itself to browse and search their catalog.
Now that you've presumably found anime/manga that you want to add, click on it and then press thebutton, it should now appear in your if it's an anime or in if it's a manga ready to be watched or read!
Other ways to search for anime/manga
You can also search for anime/manga globally across all your sources by usinglocated in the top-right of → Anime Sources/Manga Sources.
Trouble finding a specific anime/manga
Check your spelling and try again, there's also the chance that your used source may not host the anime/manga you're looking for.
- Some sources use Japanese romanized titles instead of English ones.
For example Boku no Hero Academia instead of My Hero Academia.
- Some sources use different spellings.
For example Bungo Stray Dogs instead of Bungou Stray Dogs.
- Some sources use different wordings
For example 3-gatsu no Lion instead of Sangatsu no Lion.
Find more potential answers to your questions here.