How does the Lima mobile app handle subtitles on videos?

How to do that on Android? 

The Android Lima app handles subtitles with the following extensions:
".idx", ".sub",  ".srt", ".ssa", ".ass",  ".smi", ".utf", ".utf8", ".utf-8",".rt",   ".aqt", ".txt", ".usf", ".jss",  ".cdg", ".psb", ".mpsub",".mpl2",".pjs", ".dks", ".stl", ".vtt"
 
The Lima app will allow you to manage subtitles in 3 ways:
 - Embedded subtitles.
 - Subtitles which are in the same folder containing the video name.
 - Subtitles from another mobile folder.
 
Embedded subtitles or subtitles which are in the same folder containing the video name:
 
1. Tap on "subtitles"
 
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2. Select Subtitles  

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Note: You can add the Audio track with similar steps:

1. Tap on "Audio Track"

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Select your "Audio Track"

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Subtitles from another mobile folder:


1. Tap on "Option" 

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2. Tap on "Add Subtitles"

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3. Open it from...

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4. Select your subtitles

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How to do that on iOS? 

The iOS Lima app handles subtitles with the following extensions:
".aqt", ".cvd", ".dks", ".jss", ".sub", ".pjs", ".psb", ".ttxt", ".mpl", ".txt", ".rt", ".smi", ".ssa", ".ssf", ".srt", ".svcd", ".usf", ".idx".
 
The subtitles will be automatically read only if the video and the subtitles file are in the same folder and are named by the very same name.
 
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> NOTE: The files must be in the Movies/Mobile Flow folder.
 
First of all, you have to activate the setting "Use improved video player with subtitles".
  1. Go to the Lima settings.
  2. Turn ON "Improved video player"
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Then, just "read" your video!
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