View subtitles on your iOS device synchronized with television or movies on your TV, or at the cinema.
Brilliant for when you're at a cinema watching a movie, and you need subtitles in your native language!
Great also for the hearing impaired or deaf community.
Satisfied users have described this app as "awesome" and "a godsend".
Subtitles available in English, Spanish(Español), Arabic(العربية), Bengali, Chinese(中文), Danish(dansk), Dutch(Nederlands), French(français), German(Deutsch), Greek(ελληνικά), Javanese(basa Jawa), Hebrew(עברית), Italian(italiano), Malay(bahasa Melayu), Polish(język polski), Portuguese(português), Russian(русский язык), Sweden(Svenska), Thai(ไทย), Turkish(Türkçe) and Vietnamese(Tiếng Việt).
Subtitles are downloaded from the huge database of subtitles at opensubtitles.org. As subtitles are contributed to opensubtitles by volunteers, the time it takes for subtitles to become available after a movie release can vary.
PRO version will never have any restrictions and will give you full access to download unlimited subtitles from Open Subtitles and subtitles(srt files) from your own Dropbox account.
Added traditional Chinese subtitles
Added Indonesian subtitles
Fixed issue with Greek subtitles
Fixed issue with DropBox
Removed status bar while playing subtitles
Fixed layout issue with info screen
Fixed subtitle layout issue on iPads
Ratings and Reviews
I'm disappointed by current movie options
Twice in the last 2 months, I went to see movies at the theaters and the subtitles through this app was either not available or incomplete 2 weeks after its initial release. "London Is Falling" didn't play, and the one about Batman vs. Superman was missing a huge chunk of dialogue while playing.
Now, I'm waiting for "Alice Through the Looking Glass" to show up for download on the app before I go to see it. When will that happen?
So disappointed because I live in a small town with a theater that only has audio amplifiers but no caption reader devices for people like me, and the nearest theater that does have those is 75 miles away.
Is it possible to split the screen? One part moves in sync with the movie, while you can browse on the second part what was before and after this very moment.
Pause also will be great. Pause the movie, review last dialogue, then continue from the place you stopped.
Fantastic when it worked
This app is phenomenal, my girlfriend's first language is Russian and she says the subtitles are spot on. That being said, it crashes any time I press play. It worked until an update, either the app or iOS update. Useless until fixed.
- Craig Grummitt
- 32.8 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Arabic, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2014 Interactive Coconut
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.