Here are the 5 Legal Subtitles Apps for Android & iOS.
5 Legal Subtitles Apps for Android & iOS
1. Add Subtitles – Automatic
2. Get Subtitles
Download multi-language subtitles for all your favourite movies, shows and sitcoms. Automatically scans your device and presents available subtitle files for you to choose from. Also manually navigate the folders on your device. Features: ✓ Works on phones, tablets and PC’s ✓ Automatic detection of video and movie files ✓ Automatically checks movie to find matching subs ✓ Automatically inserts subtitles into video upon playing if using VLC, MX or MX Player Pro ✓ Fast and accurate subtitle downloader engine (OpenSubtitles) ✓ Manual searching of files also ✓ Search for movies using just the name. No need to have the file on your phone. ✓ Supports over 170 languages including English, Chinese, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese and many more. ✓ Launch video player from within app, saves having to find the video or movie on your device ✓ Easy to use ✓ Supports Chromebooks You will also need a subtitle capable video player to play the subtitles once you download them, we recommend VLC player. For external storage locations, or SD cards not recognised automatically, you can use “manual search” -> “file search”. If you click the top left corner of the file explorer window the ‘/storage’ location should be visible and they will be in there. NOTE: If you have a problem, please email us at email@example.com so we can aim to resolve the issue. If subtitles do not come up for your movie and language, this is probably because they do not exist yet. You can request them at the OpenSubtitles website.
3. Subtitles Viewer!
4. Subtitles for Movies & TV Series
Download multi-language subtitles for movies, TV series and shows and watch them on your smartphone, tablet and PC. KEY FEATURES ✓ Acquire subtitles for media files on your device ✓ Search subtitles for specific video file ✓ Search subtitles for movies, TV series and shows using search bar (autocomplete suggestions available) ✓ Filter subtitles by season and episode ✓ Play video with subtitles using your favorite player ✓ Share/send subtitles file with you social/sharing apps All subtitles files are in srt format. This is the most popular format and it’s supported by vast majority of video players. Anyway if you have issues loading or viewing subtitles we suggest you to use VLC, available for mobile and desktop platforms.