Learn, practice another language by watching your favorite series or movies on netflix
Improve your skills on your own, effectively and enjoyably, by watching films and series in the language you study. All features FREE to use! Netflix can be a great study resource for intermediate and advanced learners, but there are some difficulties (poor subs, no translations, dialogues go by too quickly etc.). This chrome extension gives you superpowers over Netflix that makes learning with films/series more effective and enjoyable. After installation, you will have an additional panel with language learning features when you watch videos on the Netflix website. • Subtitles are presented simultaneously with a translation. By comparing the translation with the original audio and text, you can assimilate a great deal in a short amount of time. Choose between human and machine translations, or show both. • The extension gives you enhanced control over playback, allowing you to step through sentences one at a time, and digest phrases at your own pace. Optionally slow down dialogue to x0.80. • Build your listening comprehension with hundreds of hours of authentic language in context. • The extension tells you which words are important words for you to learn, and which words can be set aside for later. There's also a pop-up dictionary. Netflix offers a wide variety of programs for studying major languages (Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish), and a smaller, but still useful selection for less widely spoken languages. The pop-up dictionary doesn't currently work with certain languages (Chinese, Japanese, Korean..). Check back soon! Our extension runs on Google Chrome on desktop and laptop computers running Windows and MacOS. We aren't testing on Chrome OS and Linux currently. Tablets and smartphones are not supported currently. You need an active Netflix subscription to use our extension.
- (2019-11-28) Miguel Garza: Misleading description and screenshots...yes, all features are fully operational ("FREE"), but there is also a watermark in the corner of the screen that overlaps the video and can only be removed by "registering" the extension by paying...$25. I was going to give this extension two stars until I saw how much the registration cost. I haven't tried other extensions yet, but a quick search for "Netflix language" in the Chrome Web Store yields three other extensions that look promising.
- (2019-10-19, v:1.8) Kamil Dziwota: Why your extension needs to read browsing history?
Why your extension needs to read browsing history?