Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.7 or later
Block connections to:
Courtesy of C.O.R.E.
Includes Paddle Generic Keyfile Maker v2.2 by C.O.R.E.
1. Copy App to /Applications
2. Launch Keyfilemaker, enter your desired email (or use the default)
3. Click "Open" and select /Applications/AppName.app, then click "Save"
Release Date: May 7, 2015
Rewritten from the ground up, Subtitles 3 brings in a lot of new and exciting features.
Changes in Subtitles 3.0.2:
Fixed a bug which prevented some subtitles in non-English languages to be found. * Change the language selection settings to make a newly added language the primary one. * Avoid falling back to English search when no subtitles can be found in the preferred languages. * Minor usability improvements (some hints and tooltips added). * Added a new menu item to manually check for updates (File -> Check for Updates...).
Changes in Subtitles 3.0.1:
Fixed several crashes on OS X versions prior to 10.10.
Changes in Subtitles 3.0.0:
Added support for monitoring folders and automatically download subtitles for them.
Upgraded all graphics to support retina displays.
Added even more sources for downloading subtitles.
Added support for selecting an arbitrary number of preferred languages.
Better support for multi-language users. Click on the subtitle details to show all available languages (from your preferred list) and switch the currently downloaded subtitles.
Added support for signing in to OpenSubtitles with your own acccount.
Fixed issues which prevented Subtitles from working when OpenSubtitles was down.
Subtitles now requires OS X 10.7
Full Release Notes: http://subtitlesapp.com/updates.xml
More Info: http://subtitlesapp.com/
The easiest way to download subtitles
Just drop your videos into Subtitles and let it do its magic. It doesn't matter if the files don't have the right name or the format they're in, Subtitles will always find the right subtitles for your movies and TV shows.
Automatically finds subtitles
Just drop your files on Subtitles and let it do its magic. Subtitles analyzes the contents of the video files, so it works even if your videos don't have the correct name.
Supports any video format
Subtitles supports any type of video, it doesn't matter which codec or extension your file uses.
Lots of languages supported
Subtitles supports more than 40 languages and its interface is translated to English, Spanish, German, French and Italian.