Each streaming platform has its advantages and disadvantages. Some of them contain functions that we would like to see implemented in others and that’s when they start copying each other. The important thing here is that the winners are the users who have the most enjoyable experience when it comes to enjoying our favorite series.
After updating your apps, Amazon Prime Video It introduced many new features that its competitor seems to have liked, Netflix. In reality, Netflix I decided to copy one of the best setup options offered Prime Video: Customize translation.
And while this may seem like a small change, the ability to customize subtitles can go a long way for people with hearing or visual impairments, allowing them to enjoy movies in a more complete and intuitive way.
Netflix now allows users to adjust the size and color of subtitles according to their needs and preferences. This update, which is expected to roll out to apps on smart TVs and set-top boxes around the world, is great news for users, although it comes a little late for Netflix like other services like Prime VideoAnd HuluAnd Disney +And HBO MaxAnd Paramount +And peacock And Discover + Several modifications have already been made to the translation format.
In addition to being vital for users with disabilities, the subtitles are also useful for those viewing content in languages other than their native language, as they can help understand plot and details. So this is a welcome addition for my users Netflix They will now be able to enjoy a much better experience.
Diary: It had to be said and said! These subtitle options are great, and even if it is a copy, it is estimated that it will hit the most popular streaming platform at present. Now, remove those silly restrictions that you want to implement!
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