Frustrated with trying to find apps on a crowded Apple App Store jammed with thousand of applications, software developers at Genus have created, a website that provides a neutral platform for developers offering apps for reading comics on the iPhone and other mobile platforms through the Apple App Store.

The new site gathers together about 13 different comics mobile app developers—among them Kamikaze, Comixology, Dark Horse, Uclick, Keenspot, DC Comics and Robot Comics—and their applications and titles. The site has been organized by Genus co-CEOs, Helen Cho Anthros and Melissa Pope, to offer easy access to a variety of apps developed to read comics on mobile devices. Earlier this year at New York Comic-Con, Genus unveiled Kamikaze, an app designed to read comics on the iPhone, and Anthros and Pope were on hand during the recent San Diego Comic-Con to offer an updated version of Kamikaze that included new titles and enhanced functionality.

Anthros and Pope emphasize that the site is meant to be a neutral zone for the advancement of all kinds of mobile applications for comics. Most of the apps are for iPhones, but Anthros said the site includes some apps for the Android platform and they are adding more. "As more apps for other platforms are developed our goal is to add them to the site," said Anthros. The site will feature new releases every week from all developers across all platforms.

“It's no secret how entangled, buried, and confusing it can be to navigate through the App Store's enormous success and find what you're looking for,” said Anthros. “We wanted to find a way to aggregate the mobile comics community into one place where consumers can go to find out what comic books are available on mobile platforms,” added Pope.