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    A relaxing trip to another world with a smartphone

    A great relaxing and lighthearted take on the cynical and serious "Isekai"-stories. The overall story in this volume was so pure and free that I couldn't help but smile all the time. Te characters are nothing special in a sense of great development but they're charming.
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    A Relaxed, Fun-Filled Fantasy Tale

    With most fantasy/isekai stories, they typically have a bit of an action-y, serious, adventurous vibe to it. That's not a bad thing by any means, but In Another World With My Smartphone provides a welcome change of pace in what is undoubtedly the most relaxing fantasy 'adventure' I've had the pleasure to experience. Our MC, Touya Mochizuki, begins our story by being told by this world's version of God that he just died via a stray lightning bolt, and is apologized to. Having a very laid back, gentle and positive personality, he doesn't take it personally and accepts the apology graciously; in exchange, while he's not allowed to reincarnate in his old world, he's given the opportunity to start afresh in a new world. Anxious not to have dear Touya die again however, god gives him more then a few ability buffs (read: makes him OP) as well as the benefit of bringing along an isekai adapted smartphone. What results is a fun story where our MC nonchalantly uses his powers, knowledge from another another world and smartphone to accomplish fantastic things easy as blinking. All the while- thanks to his personality- downplaying his own achievements and not really appreciating their scale, taking it all in stride. ....oh yes, and he's also a massive chick magnet. That too he takes in stride. In any case, this is a wonderful and relaxing read; not too much depth and it can be a little ridiculous, but it puts a smile on your face while reading it, and is something that I can absolutely recommend to anyone interested in fantasy, anime, or light-hearted literature in general. Give it a shot if you can :)
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    Simple, but nice story

    There is nothing of particular marvelous about this book, but it is written in a such nice way and have such a good selection of characters that it make the whole experience worthwhile. About the translation I could spot some differences between this version and the original, they do not change the overall context of any scene, being included more for the sake of making the text flows better.
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    Smartphone harem

    Nice, light hearted, just a pinch of action to keep you going.
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    Better than the others

    Honestly, I got into 'Smartphone' a bit out of order. First I read the manga, then watched the anime, and finally found myself here. The novel has a depth that allows better flow than the other mediums. The story is fun, and it really makes you think about what you'd do in Touya's situation. There were a few places that were a bit slow, but frankly I think that adds to the appeal. You can't be all go all the time without downtime because that would burn you out. This book did a good job of keeping me engaged, sometimes too good (I couldn't put it down). Highly recommended, have fun!

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