Find audio-described content in the iTunes Store

Learn how to find movies in the iTunes Store that have audio descriptions.

On your Mac or PC

  1. Open iTunes.
  2. Click iTunes Store.
  3. In the search bar in the upper-right corner, type a specific title or keyword. You can also type "AD," "audio description," "audio descriptions," "video description," or "video descriptions" to browse all available titles with audio descriptions.
  4. In the column on the right-hand side of the window, click Movies.
  5. When you find something that you'd like to watch, click it. Look for an audio descriptions icon  on the item's product page, under the price buttons.

Scroll to the bottom of an item's product page and look in the Languages section for information about available audio description languages.

 

On your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

  1. Open the iTunes Store app.
  2. From the navigation menu at the bottom of the screen, tap Search.
  3. In the search bar at the top of the screen, type a specific movie title or keyword. You can also type "AD," "audio description," "audio descriptions," "video description," or "video descriptions" to browse all available titles with audio descriptions.
  4. When you find something that you'd like to watch, tap it. Look for an audio descriptions icon  on the item's product page, under the item's image.

Scroll to the bottom of an item's product page and look in the Languages section for information about available audio description languages.

On your Apple TV

  1. Go to Settings > General > Accessibility.
  2. Turn on Audio Descriptions.
  3. Open the iTunes Movies app.
  4. Browse to or search for a movie.
  5. On the movie's description page, an audio descriptions icon  appears if audio descriptions are supported.

Swipe down on your remote to move to the bottom of an item's product page. Look in the Languages and Accessibility sections for information about available audio description languages.

Learn more

Audio description availability varies by country and region.

Learn how to turn on audio descriptions on various devices using these steps:

Some content in the iTunes store also has closed-captioning and subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing. Learn how to find closed-captioned or subtitled content.

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Published Date:Tue May 15 20:11:13 GMT 2018