Portitle is a portal to dozens of cinema and TV content sites.
When searching for a media title, Portitle smartly identifies this title and let you select information source to browse this title. You will directly land at the title's page on the site you selected.
If you downloaded a lot of movies and would like to decide which of them to watch now, Portitle is your new best friend.
We support: IMDB, Wikipedia, AllMovie, RottenTomatoes, iTunes, YouTube, TrailerAddict, OpenSubtitles, SubtitlesBank, The Pirate Bay, Torrentz, FilesTube and many more.
We continuously work on adding more media content sites and making sure that the sites already in are well integrated. If you would like us to add your favorite site, drop us a word.
When using Windows Explorer (with our Windows Extension), you can right click on any media file in your computer to get it identified by Portitle, then teleport to your favorite site the read about this movie, watch trailer and get reviews.
You may also launch Portitle firectly from VideoLan video player to get information or subtitles for the movie you currently watch with our VLC extension.
Have a movie file but need subtitles? No problem. With Portitle you can download subtitles in your language for a movie or an episode, using mouse only. Be teleported to one of many subtitles sites, to directly download subtitles matching your release media file.
Portitle is HTPC (Home Theater PC) friendly, designed to be operated comfortably from your couch using a mouse only. You get large fonts, Virtual Keyboard, zoom-in and out buttons and drag-drop support.
Portitle smart search
can identify movies, TV series, TV episodes and TV shows in many languages, with spelling mistakes, and even release names in various formats
(file names of downloaded media titles as release by 'The Scene').
If you browse for, or drop, a movie file on the search text box, a "hash", which is unique signature of the media file is calculated, and using this hash we can uniquely the file you selected. However you can also drop a folder or a subtitle file to get it identified.
In Portitle you can get your content in your language. When you select a preferred language, you get your information, subtitles and trailers in that language when possible (for sites that supports that language).
However Portitle is also smart phone friendly, adapted to smaller screens with lower resolutions, and large buttons suitable for touch screens.