Subtitles Viewer for iOS iPad/iPhone

So, now you want to watch movies or TV shows with synchronized subtitles in your iOS device? Take a look at the Subtitles Viewer app here and the Subtitles Viewer PRO app here.

This app lets you search for subtitles in the opensubtitles database, and additionally you can also upload your own subtitles from your Dropbox account.

It shows you the synchronized subtitles of the movie on your TV or even when you are at the cinema! The next time you go to the cinema and want to have the subtitles in your native language, do not forget to try this app.

Both of the apps are very useful for the hearing impaired people. The Subtitles Viewer gives better accessibility and voice over facility for the visually impaired people.

Subtitles can be downloaded in various languages including English, Spanish, Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Javanese, Hebrew, Italian, Malay, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Sweden, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese.

Subtitles Viewer app lets you download three subtitles for free, and Subtitles Viewer PRO app does not give you any restrictions, you can download as many subtitles as you want, and also upload a lot of subtitles from your Dropbox account.

The latest version of the app is 2.1.6 (as of 4.1.2016)

Subtitles Viewer Screenshots:

Following are some the screenshots of the App.

Main Page
Main Page
Language Selection
Language Selection
Choose Subtitles
Choose Subtitles
View Subtitles
View Subtitles

Go ahead and try this amazing app and I am sure you would not regret trying this!

It is one of the many programs which are using OpenSubtitles API. Enjoy this free subtitles service and if you like it, consider making a small donation.

Start the discussion at

Show archived comments
( 1 Response )

Read more

The Most Commonly Used Movie Clichés in OpenSubtitle Files

We’re excited to share fascinating research conducted by Stephen Follows, who used our extensive subtitle database to uncover the most commonly used clichés in movie dialogue.

By analysing over 72,000 films released from 1940 to 2023, Stephen has provided intriguing insights into how often and how these clichés have evolved in cinema.