Helps you learn languages using Netflix. Uses your browser's Auto-Translator to ensure direct translations.
Recommended Method: 1. Turn on the subtitles for your Target Language 2. Right Click the page --> "Translate to [Native Language]" (Does not work if your Target Language is: Arabic Hebrew Hindi Japanese Korean Persian Thai Chinese Vietnamese) Alternate Method (Works with ALL LANGUAGES): 1.Turn on the subtitles in your Native Language 2. Right Click --> Translate to your target language You can click the extension icon at the top right to customize text color, size, and opacity. There's also an on/off button up there too. Don't forget to turn off Browser Translation as well when turning off the extension (or just refresh the page). ---- Honestly, the Alternate Method is not ideal for me since the audio likely won't match the target language text. Other people have told me they still find it very useful though so you can decide for yourself. Other things I should mention: This is compatible with Microsoft Edge but I'm not sure how Edge's Translator compares to Chrome's. The "Recommended Method" doesn't work with every language only because Netflix inserts those subtitles using images instead of text so the the browser's translator can't detect them. *The accuracy is determined by Google Translate, not me! * If you care, this is open-source (the website link is the github repo). I prefer to keep this a simple and unobtrusive extension but feel free to email me if you really think there's a feature I should add. Or you can just message me on Reddit at /u/DuhMeTreeUs
- (2021-09-18) Joe Wu: It works perfect! Wonder if we can switch the display position of these two language. That would be much helpful to focus more on the target language instead of native language.
- (2021-08-21) Marco Herrera: Good!