Submarine
Submarine
2.1.2

4.7

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Submarine2.1.2

17 February 2020

Find subtitles online.

Overview

Submarine lets you easily find subtitles for movies online. Just drag and drop a movie file onto Submarine and it will quickly find subtitles in your preferred language. Download or send the subtitles directly to Submerge 3 or iSubtitle.

What's new in Submarine

Version 2.1.2:
  • Download subtitles behind a VPN connection if you enter your opensubtitles.org credentials in Preferences
  • Fixed the freezing save dialog
  • Some other minor tweaks

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6 Reviews of Submarine

WordWeaver
15 May 2019
Version: 2.0.6

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Considering that this app is supposedly free, why does the developer require an email address before allowing someone to download it? Exactly what are his/her intentions with harvesting email addresses? Is he/she then going to hound the downloader to purchase some of his/her commercial apps? He/she claims that it is a fair deal -- a "free" app for an email address. Exactly how is that fair? It all just seems a bit shady to me, and does not inspire confidence in the developer. In my view, the app is either free -- without any catches -- or it is not free. Demanding a person's email address does not make it really free, because the potential user is being forced to surrender part of his/her privacy, and we all know how email addresses are traded and sold across the Internet. I think this developer needs to be more transparent regarding why he requires an email address. That issue aside, the name of this app is a rip-off of another much older -- and still functioning app called SubsMarine by CocoaWithChurros, which I have been using for years.
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bergguscha
26 April 2020
Version: 2.1.2
@WordWeaver here is one of the purposes right from the devs page "Stay up to date! Never miss a new feature, release, announcement or deal. Sign up to our newsletter today!" why that would be important I suppose we all know. And, yes, purposes should be stated restrictively and upfront, if I overlooked them. Maybe optional, but that's why there are those kind of mail addresses that invite spam more than the others ;). on the definition of "free", yes, there is a trade happening. wonderful things besides getting around the opensubs website interface and the hassle of downloading: - search by drag and drop the movie file... and add search words if you like. - the app automatically renames files as the movie file to be added by movie start. @devs Superb app! A few ideas if you are interested: - after getting the search results drag and drop a sub from the list to a local folder would save a few clicks - ability to drop more than one movie file and get results separated visually depending on the file dropped. alternating background color e.g. - if the app already utilizes the cover image why not have the user be able to drag and drop it? - and who does not love a menu bar applet? ;) probably not as a replacement, because then resizing might be a problem, but alongside? but that's a luxury.
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WordWeaver
15 May 2019
Version: 2.0.6
Considering that this app is supposedly free, why does the developer require an email address before allowing someone to download it? Exactly what are his/her intentions with harvesting email addresses? Is he/she then going to hound the downloader to purchase some of his/her commercial apps? He/she claims that it is a fair deal -- a "free" app for an email address. Exactly how is that fair? It all just seems a bit shady to me, and does not inspire confidence in the developer. In my view, the app is either free -- without any catches -- or it is not free. Demanding a person's email address does not make it really free, because the potential user is being forced to surrender part of his/her privacy, and we all know how email addresses are traded and sold across the Internet. I think this developer needs to be more transparent regarding why he requires an email address. That issue aside, the name of this app is a rip-off of another much older -- and still functioning app called SubsMarine by CocoaWithChurros, which I have been using for years.
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guill-bout
07 March 2019
Version: 2.0.5
Had been looking for something like this for a while. Found it maybe two years ago. Never used anything else since, it's fantastic! Quick and friendly support too.
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tommy-longtabien
06 March 2019
Version: 2.0.5
Really useful software. Takes the hassle out of finding subtitles completely. Also, the developer is super great and listens to user feedback and implements them.
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Ythara
14 February 2019
Version: 2.0.4
It comes with a 10-days trial service, it's not really free.
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pablomelo
29 January 2016
Version: 1.0
I really love this little app! Gives you a movie cover preview when looking for subtitles! And now is perfect, with support for Brazilian Portuguese subtitles, in version 1.0.3. Thank you, Isaksson! Greetings from Brazil!
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