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10 Best anime archive website to track your anime list

Anime is getting popular day by day in current online entertainment era and for a good reason. It’s full of action, adventure, isekai and shonen which is always entertaining.

But it's really hard finding the best website for a person to keep track of anime which they have watched or planning to watch so here i'm presenting you with handpicked list of the 10 best anime archive sites where you can create list of your favourite anime and manga to keep track of what you're watching or plannig to watch.

  • MyAnimeList

    Start cataloging anime you've watched or manga you've read. Browse the extensive anime and manga database. Get anime or manga suggestions, recommendations and reviews. Discuss series on the forums. View top rated anime and manga. Add anime and manga to your favourites. And plenty more!

  • Kitsu

    Kitsu (formerly Hummingbird) is a social network for Asian media fans. Kitsu provides users with tracking feature to show other users what shows and manga they’ve seen. Users can read reviews, connect with others shared interests, and discover new content to watch or read from it’s extensive database of over 60,000 titles.

  • AniList

    An extensive anime database, allowing you to manage your personal anime and manga lists using their exclusive features: assorted rating systems, custom lists and custom list css. AniList also has a MyAnimeList import feature, community and activity feed.

  • Simkl

    Automatically track TV, Anime & Movies what you're watching.

    Simkl TV Tracker solves the problem of not being able to remember if that movie or show you wanted to watch is on Netflix or Amazon.

    The service has a website, computer application (Scrobbler), mobile app and open API to mash up your watched data that combine all your queues in one place. It automatically detects what you're watching, tells you how many episodes you've missed, and connects you to what your friends are into.

  • Anime-Planet

    Anime and manga database, recommendations, reviews and more! Keep track of what you've seen in your own anime and manga list, write blogs, and make new friends.

  • AniDB

    AniDB stands for Anime DataBase. AniDB is a non-profit anime database that is open freely to the public. This means that all users have the ability to add or edit information. Although there are many features available to registered users, AniDB's mission has three main objectives:

    • AniDB contains information about Japanese animation. Since AniDB is open for everyone, everyone is able to add or edit content. This allows users the freedom to shape AniDB's anime information to become the best it can be. • With AniDB you can create and maintain your own personal anime list called a Mylist. Never again will you have problems with notepad, Excel, Access or whatever programs you previously used in order to maintain a list of what anime you have or haven't seen. There are many tools for AniDB available that automatically generate the list for you. • AniDB contains information about all anime related files floating on the Internet. Users are able to freely add new file information or modify the information of existing files. There are no files available to download or stream from AniDB nor will its staff permit any form of downloading requests, offerings or discussions at AniDB.

    AniDB has been shaped and will always be maintained and shaped by registered users and is constantly changing. With your input and feedback, future features and revisions of AniDB will transform to be the most informative anime database on the Internet.

  • Trackma

    Trackma aims to be a lightweight and simple but feature-rich program for Unix based systems for fetching, updating and using data from personal lists hosted in several media tracking websites. Features

    • Manage local list and synchronize when necessary, useful when offline
    • Manage multiple accounts on different media tracking sites
    • Support for several mediatypes (as supported by the site)
    • Multiple user interfaces (Qt, GTK, curses, command-line)
    • Detection of running media player, updates list if necessary
    • Ability to launch media player for a requested media in the list and update list if necessary
    • Highly scalable, easy to code new interfaces and support for other sites
    • Secure, uses HTTPS wherever possible.

    Currently supported websites

  • JustWatch

    Find out where to watch movies and tv shows legally online with JustWatch. The streaming search engine.

    Currently we are listing offers from Netflix, HBO NOW, Amazon Prime Instant Video, Hulu, Crackle, iTunes, Vudu, XBOX, Playstation in the United States.

    • Price Drops: Find the best deals on your streaming providers every day
    • New-Timeline: See what was recently added to a provider
    • Streaming Search Engine: Search across all the big libraries at once
    • Use the Watchlist to turn your Smartphone into a remote - queue movies on your device without a login required
    • Watchbar: Choose your favorite providers and filter different attributes like genre or release year at your fingertips
  • Anime Amino

    Anime Amino is a new and improved mobile anime forum. Discuss your favorite anime & manga including Naruto, Bleach, Death Note and more.

    Anime Amino is the perfect way for anime and manga enthusiasts to:

    • EXPLORE your interests with people who are just as passionate about it as you are.

    • UNITE with Anime, manga, vocaloid, otaku and cosplay fans from around the world! Enter a world just for anime enthusiasts. If you’re a committed anime fan, this is the app for you!

    • DISCOVER others who share a passion for anime, manga, cosplay, Japanese culture, and vocaloids- locally, from Japan and the rest of the world!

    • ENGAGE with other anime fans and cosplayers to ask, answer, and discuss your favorite anime scenes or episodes, characters, and more

    • SHARE your cosplay costumes and anime experiences from conventions and other events

    Anime Amino