Introducing a new and exciting application that will change the way video is consumer throughout the world. Amara is a wonderful new app that connects with any YouTube channel and allows for subtitles in more than 20 different languages. It's the easiest way to caption and translate any video.
This exciting company has more than 80,000 volunteers working to provide subtitles for popular content. Amara even collaborates with TED, Netflix and PBS. Amara.org has become the new Wikipedia for subtitles. It's an outstanding service that has not been talked about enough. Amara preaches that everyone, including websites and filmmakers, should care about providing subtitles for viewers. There are so many viewers that are deaf or suffer from hearing loss, and not to mention the billions of people from different non-English speaking countries.
Starting today, this new app will allow any YouTube viewer to subtitle their own videos and sync subtitles with their own account. This is an important step in connecting the international media audience. This is a great, free service that is easy to use. The creators stressed functionality. Now, for free, you can view or put out videos that can be understood by more than twenty different languages.
Last year, the popular viral video KONY 2012 was translated by Amara into twenty different languages in less than a day. It's this kind of speed and ease that will start to connect the global online community.
If you'd like to get started, you can visit Amara.org to sync your own YouTube channel in seconds. Amara is also taking this launch a step further. There is a professional version available for businesses who would like to reach a broader audience with their content. If you own a company, you can visit this link to take your media global.
On their website it also gives you featured and popular videos, which is also a great way to view content and check out their service.
For even more information please visit Amara.org.