How To Change Crunchyroll Language
Last Updated: January 20, 2020
Would it not be great to have an amine and manga dedicated page? Of course, it would be! But thanks to Crunchyroll, this is no longer a dream. Here you will have access to over 900 anime episodes, and you have over 50 manga to choose from. So if you are looking for a site focused on the steaming of Asian-related content; don’t look any further, Crunchyroll is what you need.
Crunchyroll is almost a free service. We say almost because there are some restrictions for those who choose not to pay. For example, your streaming will be interrupted by some commercial breaks. Additionally, you will have to see it in a low resolution, and you have to wait longer than a paid user.
All users that pay the membership fee will have access to the newest episodes just hours after being released in Japan. With no commercial breaks whatsoever! So, if you are a big anime fan, this will be like heaven for you. Right now, the membership is 7.99$ a month. You could think that it is a little high but look at all the content that you will have access to. Besides, all the episodes will have subtitles. This way, you will not miss anything, and you will enjoy every bit of the show.
Crunchyroll supports different languages, such as English, Spanish, French, Italian, and many more! However, not all the episodes have a subtitle for each of the supported languages. In fact, Crunchyroll will automatically hide the content that does not have either a translation to your tongue or subtitles. Therefore, you will have to either learn English, Japanese, or any of the supported languages.
Either way, if you wish like changing Crunchyroll language, here is how you can do it:
The first thing that you have to do is log in to your Crunchyroll account. Then head all the way down; literally to the end of the page.
Once you are there you will see six different columns populated with some different options. You must look for the one that says Language at its top. It should be the fourth option from left to right.
Click on the language of your liking, and the page will automatically reload itself afterward. Note that fewer shows may appear, the next time you are browsing the shows section. This is a normal thing; don’t worry. As an example, if you choose Spanish, the manga section will automatically disappear.
That is all the process; it is pretty easy as you can see. The only downside is that you might have less available content to see. Therefore, before changing any setting, we recommend you to go to the specific show that you wish to see, and look at whether there are subtitles to your language or not. Fortunately, most major shows are supported in various languages.
Bear in mind that the page was to be in English to do this. Why? Well, all the content has an English translation, which means that you will be able to see it all.