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Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni.

Alternative Titles

English: In Another World With My Smartphone
Synonyms: In a Different World with a Smartphone.
Japanese: 異世界はスマートフォンとともに。


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 11, 2017 to Sep 26, 2017
Premiered: Summer 2017
Broadcast: Tuesdays at 20:30 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Production Reed
Source: Light novel
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.791 (scored by 83,469 users)
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Ranked: #43522
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Popularity: #526
Members: 160,958
Favorites: 1,171


Konosuba is what In Another World With My Smartphone should be. 
report Recommended by Zombiee
Same concept. Male protagonist gets "transferred" to an RPG fantasy-like world that allows him to meet a group of girls and go on adventures while at the same time minding the difference between fantasy and real life. 
report Recommended by Aleron
hymm, out of real world to fantasy world, magic, harem xd, hero has great skills and wear coat 
report Recommended by Coonan
Both are in the fantasy world, where the protagonist meets a girl who wants to give him, we have poor characters and script weak, with unilateral villains, even.  
report Recommended by morettiBlueEyes
both are about a guy that dies and gets the chance to be reborn in another world with enhaced abilities 
report Recommended by yato_no_kami
Main character uses there knowledge from modern-day to be extremely valuable in a fantasy world. 
report Recommended by Kekat
Both of these animes share a lot of similar overhanging themes and details. -Person in a strange world -Smartphone is the only thing still with the Protagonist in this new world -Protagonist uses a smartphone to create items from their world to progress their new world -Build a harem, lots o' lolis -Protagonist is uninterested in his harem and his harem is in love with him 
report Recommended by notyourboyfriend
Harem and overpower main character  
report Recommended by bladecode
In both anime, the MC is way overpowered. Obviously, Mahouka has a completely different style of magic, since it is staged in the 22nd century, while Smartphone was staged in a parallel world in the medieval era. however both are in many ways similar. Mainly in the MC's character. 
report Recommended by Maxwell175
Set in a fantasy world. Both MC is overpowered and has a serious trait. It has game-like environment. The magic battles are intense. Entertaining and fun to watch. 
report Recommended by Half-MagePrince
the prottagonist is a lot more powerfull than any other person in the world 
report Recommended by abyss_will
At first glance, they are totally different shows. However, for a broad-minded and laid-back viewer they will seem to be comparable. A human being lost and found in another, uncanny world? Check. A friendly harem (or a homologue of a harem)? Check. Problem solving skills reaching maximum? Check. Loveliness? Check. There is also a good deal of differences, but that should be enough to recommend "Kemono Friends" to "Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni" fans. And vice versa. 
report Recommended by EdgyEcchiSenpai
Both go into alternate dimension/world MC possesses OP powers from strange looking men Have the rare ability to control more than one element  
report Recommended by Caldawg12
Overpowered protagonist protagonist in another world surrounded by his harem, yeap, pretty much describes both of these. Isekai wa smartphone to tomo ni is a bit more innocent in that respect, far less ecchi/fanservice. 
report Recommended by DarkOmeaga
Both the protagonists Touya and Saito have a Dukedom of their own and are masters of a castle where many women who love him are living with him. The difference is that in The Familiar of Zero they fight for his affections whereas in In Another World with my Smartphone, they are on the same page and want to share him. The concept of a unique magical world is also common to them.  
report Recommended by Najia111
Although with vastly different storylines, Clannad being in the normal world with another world connotations and In Another World with my Smartphone based in another world, the following are the similarities between them: Both are counted as Harems although Clannad is to a lesser degree as the main heroine of Tomoya is Nagisa but other girls have affections for him but in In Another World with my Smartphone all of them want him and Touya can't choose. Also the Twins in Clannad Kyou and Ryou are too similar to Linze and Else from In Another World with my Smartphone in terms of their physical appearances as well  read more 
report Recommended by Najia111
Both are attempts at satire on their respective genres, Isekai and superheroes. Both repeat the joke of the main character being blatantly overpowered for too long. Both are boring.  
report Recommended by Golden_Scarlett
If you enjoy your harem full of magic, fantasy, and gorgeous ladies, check out the other. Both male protagonists are gifted with magic supremacy in their respective worlds. They are humble and strive for a better tomorrow. Isekai's setting takes place in a fantasy-like world full of humor and adventures. Seiken has a school-like setting with suspenseful events. 
report Recommended by SayonaraRai
- The main characters both get sent off to different universes, but retain something from their homeland that gives them an upper hand over the natives. - Many young girls in both cases - Both contain fanservice, but not the typical ecchi lewd type 
report Recommended by captainmorgan
Ever wanted to be transported to a kids fantasy adventure world and, on top of the typical antics, end up with a harem of cute girls? These shows do have their more serious moments, but they're mostly lighthearted tales where the main character hangs out with local royalty, solving all their problems because he's more powerful than pretty much any opponent. After dealing with the occasional rampaging demon or dragon, the hero must face an ever greater challenge: how to divvy up his time amongst his haremettes! 
report Recommended by kasarn
Both go into another world. Both being Tech (either a smartphone or a Tablet) with knowledge from their world that can revolutionize this new world. Both Main Characters are pretty OP - in their own respective forte. 
report Recommended by Zyonic_Zero
Similar situation where MC found him/herself in another world, where he or she now has to use his/her wits to survive. The difference was one is a usual harem while the other is reverse harem, also one world is an afterlife for the guy who is living the life, while the girl in another anime is living in a nightmare. 
report Recommended by Whoahoho
god's help guild quests i don't know how to explain but it feels almost same 
report Recommended by BaneBringer
in both animes the protagonist is very powerful and teleports to another world also the protagonist is surrounded by bunch of girls  
report Recommended by usef-sama