Streaming Streaming TV, Movies, & More How to Turn On and Turn Off Disney Plus Subtitles Disney+ has subtitles and captions on all of its apps by Brad Stephenson Freelance Contributor Brad Stephenson is a freelance tech and geek culture writer with 12+ years' experience. He writes about Windows 10, Xbox One, and cryptocurrency. our editorial process Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Brad Stephenson Updated on June 09, 2020 Streaming TV, Movies, & More Disney+ Netflix Hulu Prime Video Apple TV+ Favorite Events Tweet Share Email The Disney+ streaming service is available in most major regions around the world and as a result, offers numerous subtitle and audio language options for the majority of its TV series and movies. These language choices are available to every subscriber no matter where they live and Disney Plus subtitles can be turned on and off with just a few quick clicks. The following instructions apply to the Disney+ app on iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, the web, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 video game consoles, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and Roku. Here’s how to find the subtitle options within the Disney+ apps and switch them on or off whenever you like. How to Get Subtitles on Disney Plus The process for turning Disney+ subtitles on is very similar across the numerous supported platforms but there are some subtle differences. Mobile Apps and Web If you’re using the Android or iOS Disney+ apps or are watching in a web browser, the steps for turning on subtitles or closed captions are the same. Start playing a Disney+ movie or TV episode as you usually would. Tap the video once to bring up a variety of options and information. If you’re watching on a computer, you can also move your mouse cursor over the playing video to activate the Disney+ menu options. Tap the white square icon in the upper right corner of the screen. A list of audio and subtitle options should appear. Tap the subtitle language that you want to appear. If you’re watching Disney+ via a web browser, you can also tap the Settings gear icon in the top-right corner to change the size, color, and font of the Disney+ subtitles. When you’re ready, tap the Back arrow in the top-left corner. Chromecast If you’re using Chromecast to watch Disney+ on your TV, you’ll need to manage the subtitle settings in the app or web browser using the steps above. Xbox and PlayStation Consoles To bring up the subtitle options in the Disney+ app on an Xbox One console or a PlayStation 4, all you need to do is tap Up on the controller’s D-pad while a film or episode is playing. The subtitle options should appear across the top of the screen which you can scroll horizontally to select the language you want. Amazon Fire TV Disney+’s subtitle settings for the Amazon Fire TV app can be summoned via the same method used for video game consoles. Simply tap up on your remote control to bring up the subtitles menu and then select your preferred language. Apple TV The Disney+ subtitle menu can be activated by either swiping down on your Apple TV remote or by performing a long press on the Center button. Roku While watching something on Disney+, press the * button on your Roku remote. This will bring up the subtitle language options for you to choose from. How to Turn Off Subtitles on Disney Plus Subtitles can be turned off in the Disney+ apps by repeating the above steps to bring up the subtitle menu on your preferred device and selecting Off. The subtitle settings can be changed in the Disney+ app as many times as you want. No language change in the settings is permanent. What Languages Are Available in Disney Plus Captions? The subtitle languages available on Disney+ will vary greatly from show to show and movie to movie. Newer productions tend to have a wider variety of languages to choose from than older ones but there will always be exceptions. The availability of closed captions will also vary.