How to quickly translate web pages in Safari on iOS and iPadOS

Easily translate web pages in Safari for iPhone and iPad.

How to translate web pages in Safari for iPhone and iPad.

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If you're running iOS 14 or later, Safari now comes with a translation feature baked into the browser, making it easier than ever to translate a web page on iPhone and iPad.

Once enabled, text is translated in-line on the webpage that you're viewing. It's a handy tool if you want to read websites that are written in different languages, and it's available right in the address bar in Safari.

With this in mind, here's how you can translate web pages in Safari on iPhone and iPad.

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In iOS 15 and later, the ability to translate a web page's language to your native language is now a built-in part of Safari. As such, you no longer need a third-party app to translate. Here's how to use built-in language translation in Safari in iOS 14, iOS 15, and later.

  • Tap the action button on the left side of the address bar while visiting a site that you need to translate. The button looks like two A's next to each other.
  • Tap Translate to [Your Device Language] .

Translate webpages in iOS 14, showing how to tap the action button, then tap Translate to English

  • Tap Enable Translation if prompted.

Your page will then be translated into the primary language that you've set on your device. If you want to revert back to the page's original language, take the following steps.

  • Tap the translate button in the Safari address bar. It takes the place of the standard action button on the left side of the address bar.
  • Tap View Original .

Translate webpages in iOS 14, showing how to tap the translate button, then tap View Original

The page will revert to its original language.

If you're running a version of iOS 13 or earlier on your device, then a third-party app with a translation extension is what you'll want to use. Microsoft's Translator extension is an excellent tool for the task, as it translates the web page in place when activated.

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Microsoft Translator

Microsoft Translator

Microsoft Translator is a great third-party solution for translating web pages, and its translations take place in-line on the web, rather than taking you to another, translated version of the page like some other apps.

Once you've got it downloaded, you can set up the action extension for translation web pages.

  • Open Safari on your iPhone or iPad.
  • While viewing a web page, tap the share button .
  • Scroll to the left on the bottom row of icons.

Activate Microsoft Translator extension, showing how to open Safari, tap the share button, then scroll to the left

  • Tap the More button.
  • Turn the switch next to Microsoft Translator to the green 'on' position.

Activate Microsoft Translator extension, showing how to tap More, turn on the switch, then tap Done

Now that you have the app installed, you can use it in Safari from the share menu.

  • Head to the web page that you want to translate.

Translate a page, showing how to open Safari, then head to the page

  • Tap the share button at the bottom of the display.
  • Tap the Microsoft Translator button. The extension will then translate the entire page for you.

Translate a page, showing how to tap the share button, then tap Microsoft Translator

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Have you landed on a French or Spanish website? Translate it to English with the press of a button!

Often find yourself on websites with text in a foreign language? If you use Safari, there's no need to go to Google Translate. You can translate web pages between seven languages right in Safari on a Mac.

Starting with Safari 14.0, Apple included a translation feature directly in the browser. As of this writing, the feature is in beta, but fully functional. If your Mac is running the latest version of macOS Mojave, Catalina,  Big Sur , or newer, you can access the translation feature.

The translation functionality works between the following languages: English, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, French, German, Russian, and Brazilian Portuguese.

By default, you can translate any of the above languages to English. You can also add more languages to the mix (we'll talk more about that below).

To get started, open a web page in one of the supported languages. Safari will automatically recognize that language, and you'll see "Translation Available" in the URL bar, along with a Translation button; click it.

If this is the first time you've used the feature, a pop-up will appear. Click "Enable Translation" to turn on the feature.

In the translation menu, select "Translate to English."

The text on the page will instantly convert to English, as shown in the image below. The Translation button will also turn blue.

To disable the Translation feature and return to the original language, click the Translation button again, and then select "View Original."

As we mentioned above, you can also translate to languages other than English. To do so, click the Translation button, and then select "Preferred Languages."

This opens the "Language & Region" menu in System Preferences. Here, click the plus sign (+) to add a new preferred language. You can add multiple languages here while continuing to use English as the default language across your Mac.

In the pop-up, select the languages you want to add, and then click "Add."

System Preferences will ask if you want to make this your default language. Choose the previous default language if you want it to remain the status quo.

Now that you've added a new preferred language, you'll see the translation button even when you visit web pages that are in English.

The translation process for a preferred language is the same: click the Translation button in the URL bar, and then select "Translate to [the language you selected]."

Again, you can view the original at any time by simply clicking "View Original" in the Translation menu.

If you're traveling to a new country, you can also use the built-in Translate app on your iPhone or iPad to quickly translate speech between multiple languages.

Related: How to Use the Apple Translate App on iPhone

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How to translate an entire website to English directly from Safari

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If you stumble across a webpage or a link in a different language, you can instantly translate the website to English directly from Safari. Unlike Google Chrome, Safari even translates the text inside images using Live Text .

And, if you accidentally change the language of a website to one you don’t speak, you can turn this feature on to help you change it back. At Cult of Mac , we use the feature to translate rumors or blog posts often written in Chinese, Korean or Japanese, like this .

You don’t need to select the words paragraph by paragraph and copy them into Google Translate (or even Apple’s own Translate app ). Get the entire page in English at the tap of a button. Here’s how to make the most out of this handy Safari feature.

Translate a website to English on iPhone

The iPhone supports translations in Arabic, Chinese (mainland, Taiwan), Dutch, English (U.K., U.S.), French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish (Spain), Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese.

You can quickly and easily use Safari to translate websites in any of those languages.

Translate website to English on iPhone from Safari

When you load a webpage written in a foreign language on your iPhone, you might see a Translate button flash on the left side of the Safari address bar. After the page loads, you’ll see the icon with a “Translation available” message in place of the URL. Tap the icon.

This only appears momentarily — but don’t worry if you miss it. If you do, simply tap the ᴀA button to open the menu and tap Translate to English .

The webpage will reload with all the words translated.

Even images with text inside them will be overlaid with translations, thanks to Live Text. Any links you tap will automatically load translated versions as well, so you don’t need to keep activating Safari’s translation feature during your browsing session.

Report an issue with the translation.

To turn off the translation, tap the Translate icon to open the menu and tap View Original .

You can still enable Reader mode by tapping and holding on the Translate icon, or by tapping it and tapping Show Reader from the menu.

If there’s a problem with the page — a translation is horribly wrong, some of the features on the page are broken — you can report it. Tap the Translate button and tap  Report Translation Issue . Pick the problem you’re experiencing from the list and tap  Report .

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You can translate a website to English in Safari on a Mac, too. Just click the Translate icon in the address bar. If you don’t see it, you can also click the ⋯ menu, click Translate Webpage > Translate to English .

On the same menu, you will see options to turn off the feature or report a problem with the translation. You also can find these in the menu bar at the top of the screen under View > Translation .

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Translate a web page in Safari on Mac

If a web page can be translated into one of your preferred languages, you can have Safari translate it.

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If a language isn’t available

You may be able to make more languages available in the Translate menu by adding the languages in Language & Region preferences. Once you add a language to your list of preferred languages, if a translation is available to that language, it will appear in the Translate menu in Safari.

To add a language, see Change Language & Region General preferences .

Note: The availability of translations and the number of languages that can be translated may vary by country or region.

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Translate Webpages in Safari on iPhone and iPad

On iPhone and iPad , Apple includes a Translate app that can translate several different languages in real-time, and Safari has integrated translation capabilities, too.

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At the time of writing, supported languages include English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Ukrainian, Polish, Arabic, Dutch, Indonesian, Thai, Turkish, and Vietnamese.

How Translate a Webpage in Safari

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Add More Language Options to Safari Webpage Translation

You can translate web content into additional languages if you add them to your preferred languages list. The following steps show you how it's done.

  • Launch the Settings app on your ‌iPhone‌ and ‌iPad‌.
  • Tap General -> Language & Region .

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  • Select a language from the list.
  • Tap your preferred language to keep the current language that the system is using, thereby confirming this selection as an additional Webpage Translation language option.

After following the above steps, the next time you visit a compatible webpage in another language you'll see your selected languages available as additional translation options.

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How to Translate Webpages in Safari on iPhone & iPad

Did you know you can translate webpages in Safari on iPhone and iPad? If you’re on a foreign language website, you can easily translate it into English using a fantastic language webpage translation feature built into Safari for iOS and iPadOS. And yes, this feature also exists in Safari for Mac , in case you were wondering.

Not everything that you see on the web is written in English, and whether you’re browsing foreign news sites or just ending up with something not in English, you may find it useful to translate a webpage into something you can read. Safari now has this capability, and you can easily convert a webpage from French, Spanish, Chinese, etc, into English with just a few taps. This is similar to a Chrome language translation for webpages on iPhone and iPad , except of course it’s using Safari, the default browser in iOS and iPadOS.

Ready to use and access the built-in translator for webpages in Safari for iPhone and iPad? Let’s get to it!

How to Translate Webpages on iPhone & iPad with Safari

As long as your iPhone or iPad is running iOS 14 / iPadOS 14 or newer, the language translation feature will be available. Here’s how it works:

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Now you know how to go about translating webpages in Safari natively on the iPhone and iPad. No new apps or third party downloads are required.

If you can’t find the Translate feature within Safari despite running a compatible system software version, it’s probably because Safari’s built-in translator is currently limited to users in select regions, but the feature is rolling out elsewhere too as it is refined by Apple.

If your iPhone or iPad is running an older version of iOS/iPadOS, or isn’t compatible with the iOS 14/iPadOS 14 update, you can still translate webpages in Safari using Microsoft Translator . You’ll of course need to download the Microsoft Translator app from the App Store and keep it installed to access this feature within Safari.Switching to Google Chrome is an alternate option as well, and the translation feature in Chrome works flawlessly and it can automatically translate most of the webpages to not just English, but any of your preferred languages if you’re not a native English speaker. This makes Chrome a great choice if you’re in an area that isn’t supported by Safari webpage translations yet.

What do you think of Safari’s built-in translator tool for converting foreign webpages to English? Do you use this feature? Do you have another method to convert a webpage to English from another language? Share with us your tips, thoughts, and comments below!

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I am not able to see translate option in my iPad pro

I need this. I will see if it helps. Thx.

This only works for select few languages. Pales in comparison to Google Translate. Ot’s going to take Apple another 5,10 years to catch up with other languages… if at all 😢. This article is bit misleading. It does not explain how limited this feature is

I’m running high seirra 10 13 6 and when I type in a foreign website (orange fr as you suggested to test it) next to each selection is written ‘translate this page’ and there is no ‘aA’ in the selection which I guess is even better? Works perfectly and thanks for all your suggestions; I am subscribed to OSXDaily Regards, earl

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Translate Web Pages in Safari with Microsoft Translator

Microsoft Translator is far more efficient and versatile that the built-in translation tool in Safari. So, you shouldn’t worry if your device isn’t running iOS 14 or you don’t live in the USA or Canada where the Safari translation is currently available.

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  • Though not as efficient as Microsoft Translator, Shortcuts app can also let you translate selected web pages in Safari. To get started, open the Shortcuts app and tap on the Gallery.
  • After that, search for Translate the Selected part of a web page . Then, add the shortcut to your library. After that, open Safari -> web page -> share button. Then, choose the shortcut. 

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One of the less flashy but valuable upgrades that arrives with Safari this year is built-in translation. Follow along for a look at how to translate websites on iPhone and iPad in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14.

In addition to the dedicated new Translate app for iPhone and iPad in iOS 14/iPadOS 14, Safari also gets the ability to translate entire websites with the latest software. The feature is in beta but working well, and it’s great to see Apple adding features like this that Google’s Chrome browser has offered for some time.

As we noted in our hands-on with iOS 14’s new Translate app , 11 languages are supported for now with Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. The same is likely true for Safari’s translate feature.

How to translate websites on iPhone and iPad in iOS 14

  • On iPhone or iPad, open a website in Safari that’s in a foreign language
  • Tap the aA icon in the top-left corner of your screen (in the url/search bar)
  • Choose Translate to English (or your other primary language)
  • The first time you use the feature, tap Enable Translation to use the beta
  • You can tap the aA icon to turn off translations

Here’s how those steps look:

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With Apple’s new website translation feature in Safari still being in beta, it naturally isn’t perfect, but it works well overall already and is available for most of the websites we’ve visited in a foreign language.

One issue we’ve seen, for example, is the feature trying to translate names, like my colleague Filipe Espósito. Funny enough the article where Safari changes his name to “Deposit Philip” happened to be about Apple Pay 😂 (this is something that Google’s Chrome browser translate feature also has trouble with).

Once you’ve tapped the translation button for a website, it will work automatically for any pages within the same domain. When visiting a new website in a foreign language, repeat the same steps as above.

While Apple’s Translate app can be used offline with all local device processing, the company notes that the Safari translation feature relies on Apple servers to work but that it doesn’t store any information from the websites you visit/translate.

Have you tried out the new translate websites feature in iOS 14 or iPadOS 14? What have you experienced? Let us know down in the comments section!

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Whether you’re learning a new language or frequently visit sites that display in another dialect, you can translate a web page in Safari on Mac. Without a third-party tool, you can take advantage of Safari’s built-in translation feature. Read along to find out how.

How to translate a web page language in Safari on Mac

How to translate a portion of a web page on mac, how to change your languages translation settings on mac, how to help apple improve safari translations.

Select the Translate icon and then choose the language

  • If you visit another web page of the same site in the same tab, that page will be automatically translated as well. Safari will stop translating automatically if the page is not in the same original language or on a different domain.

Select the Translate icon and pick View Original

Safari makes it simple to translate almost any web page in its entirety. 

Maybe it’s not an entire web page you want to translate but a certain part. It might be a sentence or a paragraph. You can do this using Live Text and then take advantage of the additional options you have.

  • Select the text you want to translate by dragging your cursor through it to highlight it.

Translate a portion of a web page

You can decide the availability of languages when you use Safari’s translation feature . Here’s how.

Open your System Settings, go to General, and pick Language & Region

  • At the top of the window, you’ll see  Preferred Languages  listing those you have available for translation.

To add a language, tap on add in system settings

  • You’ll see a message asking if you want to change your primary language to the one you want to add. Choose the option you want, and you’ll then see the new language displayed in your Preferred Languages list.

to remove language, click on minus sign

  • When you finish, close the System Settings. You should then see your updated languages available when you select the  Translate  icon in Safari.

If you translate a page and believe the translation may be inaccurate, you can let Apple know. This helps Apple improve translations moving forward.

Help Apple improve Safari translations

  • You’ll see a message pop-up letting you know that Apple will store and use the web page address contents to improve translations. Pick  Report  to send the information to Apple.

Don’t let language barriers stop you!

With the built-in translation feature in Safari on Mac, you don’t have to use a third-party translator or bypass a potentially great web page because it’s in a different language.

Have you used translation in Safari on Mac yet? What are your thoughts on the feature? Let us know!

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Learn how to use Apple’s built-in translation tool to translate web pages in Safari on iPhone, iPad, and Mac if you come across a website that’s in a language you can’t read or understand.

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Supported devices and languages

You can use Apple’s native web page translation feature inside Safari on an iPhone, iPad, and Mac running iOS 14, iPadOS 14, or macOS Big Sur and later to translate into the following languages :

  • Chinese (Simplified)
  • Chinese (Traditional)
  • Portuguese (Brazil)

This method requires no third-party app download or Siri shortcut installation.

How to translate a web page in Safari

On iphone or ipad.

  • Visit the website you want to translate in Safari.
  • Tap AA from the address bar and choose Translate to English or a language you see there.
  • The first time you do this, Apple will ask your permission to process your request. Tap Enable Translation .

Translate web page to English in Safari on iPhone

  • View the website in Safari.
  • Click the translate icon , and choose Translate to English or a language visible here.
  • Click Enable Translation if this is the first time you’re using this service.

Translate to English in Safari on Mac

Using Apple’s web page translation

  • Automatic translation: After translating one web page on a website, if you tap another link on that same site (domain) in the same original language, Safari should automatically translate it to your chosen language so you don’t have to follow the translation steps again and again while reading that website.
  • View Original: After you follow the above steps, you can tap the AA button on iOS or the translate icon on Mac and choose View Original to get back to the original language of that web page.
  • Inform Apple of issues: If you think the translation provided by Apple in Safari is incorrect, inappropriate, or broken, use the Report Translation Issue button, pick an appropriate reason, and hit Report to submit your feedback.

View web page in original language in Safari on Mac

Add more language to Safari translation

Apple says that “ the availability of translations and the number of languages that can be translated may vary by country or region .”

With that in mind, you can have more options for Safari translation by adding that language to your system’s language settings.

Go to Settings > General > Language & Region > Add Language and select a language . Now, you can choose to set this new language as your primary system language for all menus, settings, and everything. However, if you only need to use it for translation, tap Use English (or your current system language). This will add the new language to your iPhone but still keep English as the primary system language.

Add more languages to iPhone in Settings

Now go to Safari, and it should automatically refresh your open web pages. After that, follow the above steps, and you will see Translate Website instead of Translate to English. Tap Translate Website and pick a language .

Translate Website in other languages in Safari on iPhone

Click the translate icon in the Safari address bar and choose Preferred Languages . You can also reach this setting screen by going to System Settings > General > Language & Region . Now, click the plus button (+) under the Preferred Languages heading, choose your language, and click Add . Like the iPhone, you can use the new language as your system language or continue to use English. After this, if you’re prompted to add this new language to your Mac’s keyboard, you can hit Cancel .

Adding more languages to Mac from System Settings

Next, visit Safari, and you should see the option to Translate to the newly added language .

Option to translate web page into multiple languages in Safari on Mac

Restart your device if you don’t see the language for translation in Safari even after adding it by following the above steps.

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How To Automatically Translate A Website In Safari

Are you trying to navigate the web in a foreign language? Thankfully, Safari now has a feature that lets you automatically translate webpages into your preferred language. This makes it easier to browse and understand websites in diffrent languages without the need for any third-party software or extensions. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to use Safari to automatically translate webpages and why this is such a useful tool.

Let’s start by discussing how to automatically translate a webpage in Safari. First, open Safari on your device and navigate to the webpage you’d like to translate. Once the page is loaded, tap the ‘aA’ icon in the top left corner of your screen which will bring up a menu of options. From here, select the language you would like to translate it into and tap ‘Enable Translation.’

Once enabled, Safari will detect if it can automatically translate any foreign webpages you visit based on your Preferred Languages list. When visiting a website in a different language, Safari will offer you an option at the top of the page that says “Translate Page” with an arrow pointing downwards next to it. Tap this button and select the language you would like it translated into from the drop-down menu.

The benefits of using Safari’s automatic translation feature are numerous: it saves time, makes navigating websites much easier, and eliminates any potential language barriers that might otherwise exist. Additionally, no third-party software or extensions are required as all of this is already built directly into Safari itself!

In conclusion, usng Safari’s automatic translation feature is an easy way to quickly and accurately translate webpages into your preferred language without needing any additional software or extensions. We hope this guide was helpful for understanding how to use this convenient tool!

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Making Safari Automatically Translate

To make Safari automatically translate web pages on your iOS device, start by opening the Safari browser. Once you’re at a web page that you’d like to have translated, tap the ‘More’ button located in the bottom right corner of the screen. This will bring up a menu with options for sharing, finding, and more. Turn the switch next to Microsoft Translator to the green ‘on’ position and tap ‘Done’. From now on, whenever you open a page in Safari that needs translating, it will be automatically translated into your preferred language.

Can Safari Automatically Translate Web Pages?

Yes, Safari can automatically translate web pages! It uses your Preferred Languages list to detect foreign webpages. Once it detects a foreign language, it will display a pop-up window that allows you to choose whether or not you wuld like to have the page translated. If you choose to translate the page, the entire webpage will be translated into the language listed in your Preferred Languages list. This feature makes it easier to view and understand webpages in languages other than your native one.

Automatic Website Translation

In order to get a website to translate automatically, you need to enable the translation feature in your browser. On a computer, open your Chrome browser and click on the ‘More’ icon at the top right corner. Then select ‘Settings’ from the drop-down menu and scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on ‘Advanced’. Under the ‘Languages’ section, select ‘Language’ and then turn on the feature for ‘Offer to translate pages that aren’t in a language you read.’ Now when you come across a webpage that isn’t in a language you understand, Chrome will offer to automatically translate it for you.

Enabling Auto-Translate in Safari on iPhone

To get Safari to auto translate on your iPhone, open Safari and go to a website in a language you’d like to translate. Tap the aA button at the top of the page and select the language you woud like to translate to. Then tap Enable Translation. Once this is enabled, your phone will automatically detect and translate foreign language webpages for you as you browse.

Troubleshooting Safari Translation Issues

If your Safari is not translating, it may be because the web page you are trying to view is either not in the same original language or is on a different domain. Safari automatically translates web pages based on their language and domain, and will only translate them if they remain unchanged. If either of these two conditions are not met, then Safari will not translate the page for you.

Safari’s Translate Option: Where Is It?

To find the Translate option in Safari, firt go to the web page you want to translate. Look for the Smart Search field at the top of the page. If the page can be translated, the Translate button will appear in this field. Click on this button and a drop-down menu will appear with a list of languages from which you can choose. Select your desired language and Safari will begin translating your page automatically.

Safari Extension for Translating Text

Yes! There is a great translate extension available for Safari, called Translate for Safari. This extension is just one click away, and can be used whenever you need to quickly translate entire webpages or single paragraphs. It can even translate text that you write in emails, forms or documents. With this helpful tool, you can easily access the translations you need with just a few clicks!

Does the iPhone Feature Automatic Translation?

Yes, the Translate app on iPhones has automatic translation capabilities. The app can translate text, voice, and conversations between any of the supported languages. You can even download languages to translate entrely on a device, even without an internet connection. Translation is available for most of the major languages such as English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese and many more.

Enabling Translation on an iPhone

To turn on translation on your iPhone, go to your device’s Settings app. Tap General and then tap Language & Region. Under the Languages section, select Add Language, then choose the language you want to translate from the list of available languages. Once you’ve added the language, tap Translate and make sure that Translate is set to On. Now whnever you copy text on your iPhone, you can slide your finger over Paste and translate ? [Language] and then let go to instantly translate it.

In conclusion, automatically translating a webpage on iOS 14 and later is now much easier thanks to Safari’s webpage Translation feature. All you need to do is enable the Microsoft Translator in the browser settings, and Safari will detect any foreign webpages you visit and offer to translate them automatically. To turn translation off, simply go to your Chrome settings and toggle the “Offer to translate pages that aren’t in a language you read” setting. With this feature, it’s easier than ever to quickly access information from websites all around the world.

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How to Translate a Website (9 Easy Ways)

Whatever you use the internet for, chances are at some point you’ll need to use a website that isn’t in your native language. In addition, if you own a website, you may be interested in making it multilingual to expand your audience. However, both of these tasks may seem equally impossible if you aren’t a polyglot.

Fortunately, there are plenty of resources for translating websites. Whether you need to translate a site that you’re browsing or make your site accessible to non-English speakers, you can use a few essential tools to accomplish your goals.

In this article, we’ll look at some reasons you may need to translate a website. Then we’ll share nine ways you can do this, using different browsers and devices.

Let’s get started!

Why You May Need To Translate a Website?

While you may not typically visit websites that aren’t in your primary language, it’s a good idea to know how to translate pages should the need arise. If you’re doing some research, for instance, you may come across sources in other languages. Moreover, you might want to buy products from a store in another country.

If you have a website, you may want to consider making it multilingual. You can attract a wider audience if your site is available in different languages. In addition to making life easier for your visitors, this also helps to build trust.

Translating your website is also an effective strategy for search engine optimization (SEO) . Anything you can add to your site that improves the user experience (UX) impacts SEO positively, and offering multiple languages is no different.

How To Translate a Website (9 Ways)?

Now that you’re familiar with a few situations where a translation may be necessary, let’s see how you can do it.

1. How To Translate a Website in Google Chrome

Translating a website using Google Chrome is pretty straightforward.

When you land on a page that isn’t in English, click on the Translate this page button in the address bar to open a popup. Then, select the option for English:

The translation popup in Google Chrome on a Wikipedia page

If you prefer, you can right-click the text you’d like translated and choose Translate to English :

Showing the right-click menu on a Wikipedia page and the

That’s all you need to do. You can repeat either of these methods as you navigate through the website.

2. How To Translate a Website in Firefox

Unlike Chrome, Firefox doesn’t have a built-in translation feature. To translate websites using Firefox, you’ll need to get started by adding a Firefox extension .

Mozilla recommends the To Google Translate extension :

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Click on the Add to Firefox button to install the extension. Next, you’ll see the Options screen, where you can select specific languages.

If you need to translate different languages, you can leave the Translate Text field set to Auto . When you’ve set your preferences, click on Save :

The settings page for To Google Translate

The next time you visit a site in a foreign language, you should be able to right-click on the text and choose Translate this page . The text should open in Google Translate, ready for you to read in your preferred language.

3. How To Translate a Website in Safari

Safari’s translation feature is in beta, and it doesn’t have as many languages available as other browsers. However, you should still be able to translate many of the web pages you encounter.

If Safari can translate a web page for you, it will display a Translate button in the Smart Search field. Since this feature is still in beta, you can use this same translation menu to report issues to Apple.

4. How To Translate a Website in Microsoft Edge

You can translate a page in Microsoft Edge using Translate for Microsoft Edge, which comes installed in the browser.

Similar to Chrome, the browser should present you with a prompt when you open a page:

The translate page prompt in Microsoft Edge

The address bar will briefly show the word Translated when the process is ready.

If you would like Edge to generate a translation each time you encounter this language automatically, you can check the Always translate pages from the box.

If the popup doesn’t appear, you can also click on the Translate icon in the address bar:

The translate icon in Microsoft Edge

Clicking this icon will additionally give you the option to translate pages in this language automatically. You can repeat the same process when encountering sites in other languages.

5. How To Translate a Whole Website With Google Translate

If you’d like to translate an entire website at once, you can use Google Translate .

Type the URL of the website you’d like translated into the text box on the left. You should see a clickable version of the URL appear in the correct text box:

The Google Translate input field, showing a domain (wikipedia.com) on the left and a clickable link on the right

Select the target language from above the text box on the right. Once you click on the link, you should see a fully translated version of the website.

You can toggle between the translated and original versions using the button at the top right:

The Google Translate toolbar on a Wikipedia page

You can also swap between languages using this toolbar. As you can see, translating an entire website can be a quick and easy process.

6. How To Automatically Translate a Page in Chrome

If you frequently find yourself on websites in foreign languages, you may want Chrome to translate them automatically. You can enable this feature by clicking on the three dots at the top right of the browser window and choosing Settings .

From here, you can navigate to Advanced > Languages . You may need to click the arrow to the right of “Language” to see all of the options:

The language settings in Chrome

There are two ways to set up automatic translations. If you turn on the Offer to translate pages that aren’t in a language you read option, you’ll see a popup offering a translation whenever you visit a page that isn’t in your defined language:

Chrome translation popup on a Wikipedia page

If there are languages other than English that you’d prefer not to have translated, you can add those here. To do this, select Add languages . Scroll to or search for the desired language and tick the box next to it:

The add a language to chrome popup box

Click on the Save button after choosing your target languages. When you navigate to a website in any of your listed languages, you won’t get the translation popup on your screen.

7. How To Translate a Website on an Android Mobile Device

Translating a website on a mobile device using Chrome is different from the procedure for desktop devices. Instead of a popup, you’ll see a bar at the bottom of the screen with your language options.

Once you select English, you should be able to read the text:

Android's translation popup

If you don’t see this bar, you can also click on the three dots at the top right of the screen to open a menu. Then select Translate , and you should be able to view the text in English.

8. How To Translate a Website on an iPhone

Next, let’s look at how to translate a site on an iPhone using Safari.

When you visit a page in a foreign language, you can click on the aA button in the address bar to open a menu. There, you should see the Translate to English option.

If this is the first time you’ve performed this action, you may receive a prompt asking you to enable the beta. Also, keep in mind that the number of languages Safari can translate from is somewhat limited compared to other browsers.

9. How To Make Your Website Multilingual

If you’d like to make your website multilingual, there are multiple options for accomplishing the task.

Of course, one easy way is to outsource the job. However, this method can be costly if you hire a professional translator.

If you’d like a faster method and don’t mind paying for the service, you could try the Weglot plugin. This tool is fast, efficient, and instantly publishes your translations. It is used by over 60,000 websites and it’s compatible with all website technologies and CMS like WordPress , Webflow , and Shopify .

Weglot automatically scans, detects, and then provides a first layer of machine-translated content to your website. You won’t need to worry about forgotten bits of untranslated content and even though it automatically translates your content, you have full editing control over all your translations.

Weglot translation plugin

With Weglot, you can assign translations to teammates and translators through its dashboard. If you don’t know any professional translators you are able to order translations yourself directly from your dashboard and receive them in 2 business days.

Weglot automatically adds hreflang tags to the different language versions of your website, which is easily one of the trickiest parts of website translation.

It also translates your metadata and allows you to localize media assets like images, videos, and PDFs for the best multilingual SEO results. They offer a free 10-day trial to explore premium features so you can easily give them a try.

If there is one truly convenient way to translate your website, it must be through ConveyThis ! It is the most translated language plugin in the WordPress directory (over 38 language contributions) and is growing fast.

ConveyThis website homepage

ConveyThis makes it very simple to integrate into a WP website and activate as many as 100+ languages.

ConveyThis uses automatic machine translation to translate your entire site and adds a language switcher button. So within the first couple of minutes, you’ll already have a working, SEO-friendly multilingual site.

It comes with both a free and paid plan. A free plan lets you translate up to 2,500 words into one language, the paid plans use SaaS-style billing, which means you’ll need to continue to pay for as long as you want to use the service.

Paid plans start at $7.50 a month for one language and up to 10,000 words.

On the other hand, Polylang is a free WordPress plugin you can use to translate your site. Not only can you add translations for posts and pages, but you can also create different versions of your menus and categories.

The Polylang translation plugin's logo showing a red parrot's head on a green background

For detailed walkthroughs of setting up these solutions, you can check out our Ultimate WordPress Multilingual Guide . We also share some other tools you can use to make your website multilingual.

If you’re a Kinsta customer, you’ll want to take advantage of our IP Geolocation functionality . This feature can automatically detect the geographical location of a user based on their IP address . Thanks to this tool, you can automatically customize the content visitors see based on where they are, including the language.

Whether you need to build a multilingual WordPress site or want to purchase from another country, translating a web page is a handy skill to have. With the wealth of tools available, you should make the translation process a smooth one.

Google Translate is an excellent option for a variety of situations. If you’re translating a website of your own, Polylang and Weglot are both sound choices.

Get translating!

Do you have any questions about how to translate a website? Let us know in the comments section below!

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Hello, as a professional translator I have to say that using google translate to translate your website with Google Translate is not professional, there is nothing to replace professional translation.

The translation carried out by online tools not only gives rise to grammatical errors but also causes understanding problems based on customs or phrases. And it can cause problems of understanding in the use and contracting of services that can cause legal problems.

As translators, we not only use our experience and studies. We use tools that offer us real examples of non-literal translations.

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Safari, Apple's widely-used web browser, offers a seamless and intuitive way to translate web pages, allowing users to access content in their preferred language. With the built-in translation feature, Safari eliminates language barriers, enabling users to explore and comprehend diverse online content effortlessly.

Whether you are a globetrotter seeking to understand foreign websites or a language enthusiast delving into international literature, Safari's translation capability provides a gateway to a world of information and entertainment. This feature is particularly valuable for individuals conducting research, learning about different cultures, or simply enjoying leisurely browsing in a language other than their own.

In this guide, we will walk you through the simple steps to translate a web page in Safari, empowering you to unlock a wealth of knowledge and experiences across the digital landscape. By following these steps, you can seamlessly access and comprehend web content in various languages, broadening your horizons and enriching your online journey. Let's embark on this enlightening exploration of Safari's translation feature, and discover the boundless opportunities it presents for expanding your digital experience.

Step 1: Open Safari

To begin the process of translating a web page in Safari, the first step is to open the Safari browser on your device. Safari is the default web browser for Apple devices, including iPhones, iPads, and Mac computers. You can easily locate the Safari icon on your device's home screen or in the applications folder. Simply tap on the Safari icon to launch the browser and initiate the translation process.

Upon opening Safari, you will be greeted by the familiar interface that embodies Apple's sleek and user-friendly design. The browser's clean layout and intuitive navigation make it effortless to access the translation feature and explore web content in various languages. Whether you are using Safari on a mobile device or a desktop computer, the process of initiating the translation feature remains consistent, ensuring a seamless experience across different platforms.

As Safari loads, you will notice the address bar at the top of the screen, inviting you to enter a web address or search for specific content. This versatile address bar serves as the gateway to the vast expanse of the internet, allowing you to effortlessly navigate to the web page you wish to translate. Whether you have a specific website in mind or are open to serendipitous discoveries, Safari stands ready to accompany you on your digital journey.

With Safari now open and ready to serve as your portal to the online world, you are poised to embark on the next steps of the translation process. The browser's accessibility and seamless integration with translation capabilities make it an ideal platform for exploring diverse web content in your preferred language. As we proceed to the subsequent steps, Safari's user-friendly interface and powerful features will continue to empower you in unlocking the multilingual wonders of the internet.

Step 2: Navigate to the page you want to translate

Once Safari is open and ready for exploration, the next step is to navigate to the web page that you wish to translate. Whether you have a specific site in mind or are open to serendipitous discoveries, Safari's versatile interface empowers you to effortlessly access a myriad of web content from around the globe.

If you have a direct web address in mind, simply tap on the address bar at the top of the Safari interface and enter the URL of the desired web page. Safari's intelligent auto-complete feature may even anticipate the web address as you begin typing, streamlining the process of accessing your intended destination.

Alternatively, if you prefer to explore and discover new content, Safari offers a powerful built-in search functionality. By tapping on the address bar and entering relevant keywords or phrases, you can initiate a web search directly from Safari's interface. This seamless integration of search capabilities enables you to embark on a digital quest, uncovering diverse web pages that pique your curiosity and beckon to be explored.

As you navigate to the web page you wish to translate, Safari's smooth and responsive browsing experience ensures that you can seamlessly interact with the content, regardless of its language. Whether you are accessing a news article, a blog post, an educational resource, or any other form of web content, Safari's robust rendering capabilities present the content in a visually engaging manner, setting the stage for the forthcoming translation process.

Safari's commitment to user-centric design and accessibility shines through as you navigate to the desired web page, underscoring its role as a versatile gateway to the digital realm. With the web page now within reach, you are poised to embark on the next phase of the translation process, leveraging Safari's powerful features to unlock the content in your preferred language. As we delve into the subsequent steps, Safari's seamless navigation and translation capabilities will continue to enrich your digital journey, opening doors to a world of multilingual exploration and understanding.

Step 3: Tap on the "aA" icon

Upon reaching the web page you intend to translate, the next pivotal step involves tapping on the "aA" icon within Safari's address bar. This unassuming yet powerful icon serves as the gateway to Safari's translation feature, enabling you to seamlessly convert the web page's content into your preferred language.

Located within the address bar, the "aA" icon embodies Safari's commitment to user-friendly design and intuitive functionality. This unobtrusive yet strategically positioned icon symbolizes the browser's dedication to empowering users with effortless access to powerful features, including the transformative capability of language translation.

By tapping on the "aA" icon, you initiate the process of unveiling a menu of options designed to enhance your browsing experience. Among these options, the "Translate to English" or a language of your choice stands prominently, beckoning you to embark on a journey of linguistic discovery. This seamless integration of translation capabilities within the familiar address bar interface underscores Safari's commitment to simplifying the process of accessing and comprehending diverse web content.

As you tap on the "aA" icon and reveal the translation options, Safari's responsive interface seamlessly adapts to your interaction, presenting the available choices in a visually engaging and easily accessible manner. The intuitive placement of the "aA" icon within the address bar ensures that the translation feature remains within effortless reach, empowering you to seamlessly bridge language barriers and immerse yourself in the content of your choice.

Safari's dedication to user-centric design and functionality shines through as you tap on the "aA" icon, underscoring the browser's commitment to empowering users with seamless access to powerful features. This pivotal interaction sets the stage for the forthcoming translation process, positioning you to effortlessly unlock the web page's content in your preferred language.

With the "aA" icon now tapped and the translation options unveiled, you are poised to embark on the next phase of the translation process, leveraging Safari's intuitive interface and powerful features to seamlessly comprehend the web page's content in a language that resonates with you. As we delve into the subsequent steps, Safari's seamless navigation and translation capabilities will continue to enrich your digital journey, opening doors to a world of multilingual exploration and understanding.

Step 4: Select "Translate to English" or your preferred language

Having tapped on the "aA" icon within Safari's address bar, you are now presented with the pivotal moment of selecting "Translate to English" or your preferred language. This transformative action marks the culmination of your journey towards unlocking the web page's content in a language that resonates with you.

As the menu of translation options unfolds before you, the prominent choice of "Translate to English" stands ready to bridge the linguistic gap, offering a seamless transition from the original language to the universally understood English. This option is particularly valuable for individuals seeking to comprehend web content in a language familiar to a vast global audience, ensuring widespread accessibility and understanding.

Alternatively, if English is not your preferred language, Safari's translation feature caters to a diverse array of linguistic preferences. By selecting the "Translate to" option, you gain access to a comprehensive list of languages, empowering you to choose a language that aligns with your cultural background, personal preferences, or academic pursuits. Whether you are drawn to the lyrical cadence of French, the expressive nuances of Spanish, or the precise elegance of German, Safari's translation feature stands ready to accommodate your linguistic inclinations.

The seamless integration of diverse language options within Safari's translation feature reflects the browser's commitment to inclusivity and accessibility, ensuring that users from all corners of the globe can engage with web content in a language that resonates with their individual identities and aspirations.

As you select "Translate to English" or your preferred language, Safari's responsive interface seamlessly adapts to your choice, initiating the swift and comprehensive translation of the web page's content. The browser's powerful translation engine works diligently behind the scenes, meticulously converting the text, images, and other elements of the web page into the selected language, preserving the essence and integrity of the original content while presenting it in a format that aligns with your linguistic preferences.

With the selection made and the translation process underway, Safari's commitment to empowering users with effortless access to diverse languages and cultures shines through, underscoring the browser's role as a gateway to multilingual exploration and understanding. As the translated content unfolds before you, you are poised to embark on a journey of discovery and comprehension, immersing yourself in the rich tapestry of global web content presented in a language that speaks to your heart and mind.

The selection of "Translate to English" or your preferred language marks a pivotal juncture in your digital journey, unlocking the transformative power of language and transcending barriers to knowledge and understanding. As we proceed to the next step, the translated web page beckons, inviting you to explore, learn, and connect with the world in a language that resonates with your unique perspective and aspirations.

Step 5: Review the translated page

As the translated web page materializes before you, it heralds the culmination of the translation process, inviting you to immerse yourself in a world of multilingual exploration and understanding. The meticulously translated content, now presented in your preferred language, stands as a testament to Safari's seamless integration of powerful translation capabilities within its user-friendly interface.

Upon reviewing the translated page, take a moment to appreciate the harmonious fusion of linguistic artistry and technological precision that has brought the web content to life in a language that resonates with you. The text, images, and other elements of the web page seamlessly coalesce to form a cohesive narrative, preserving the essence and integrity of the original content while embracing the nuances and cadence of your chosen language.

Engage with the translated content, allowing the words to unfold before you in a symphony of meaning and expression. Whether you are delving into a captivating news article, exploring the depths of an educational resource, or savoring the prose of a literary masterpiece, the translated page invites you to embark on a journey of comprehension and discovery.

As you navigate the translated web page, take note of the seamless presentation and readability of the content. Safari's commitment to preserving the visual integrity of the original web page while seamlessly translating its textual components ensures that you can engage with the content in a visually engaging and immersive manner. The images, layout, and design elements harmonize with the translated text, creating a holistic and enriching browsing experience.

Embrace the opportunity to delve into the nuances and intricacies of the translated content, allowing the language to resonate with your cultural background, personal preferences, or academic pursuits. Whether you are uncovering the latest developments in global affairs, delving into the intricacies of a scientific study, or immersing yourself in the artistic expressions of a foreign culture, the translated page empowers you to connect with diverse perspectives and knowledge domains.

As you review the translated page, consider the transformative impact of Safari's translation feature on your digital journey. The seamless transition from the original language to your preferred language underscores the browser's dedication to inclusivity and accessibility, ensuring that users from diverse linguistic backgrounds can engage with web content in a language that aligns with their individual identities and aspirations.

In essence, the translated page represents a gateway to a world of knowledge, experiences, and cultural exchange, inviting you to broaden your horizons and enrich your digital experience. Embrace the translated content as a testament to the unifying power of language, transcending barriers and fostering a global community of understanding and appreciation.

As the translated page unfolds its multilingual tapestry before you, you are poised to embark on a journey of exploration and enlightenment, empowered by Safari's seamless translation capabilities to connect with the world in a language that speaks to your heart and mind.

In conclusion, Safari's seamless integration of the translation feature within its user-friendly interface empowers users to transcend linguistic barriers and immerse themselves in a world of multilingual exploration and understanding. The transformative journey of translating a web page in Safari unfolds as a harmonious symphony of technological precision and linguistic artistry, culminating in a seamless presentation of web content in the user's preferred language.

As users navigate the intuitive steps of opening Safari, accessing the desired web page, tapping on the "aA" icon, and selecting the preferred language for translation, they embark on a digital odyssey that transcends geographical boundaries and cultural divides. The translated web page, meticulously crafted to preserve the essence and integrity of the original content while embracing the nuances of the chosen language, stands as a testament to Safari's commitment to inclusivity and accessibility.

The review of the translated page unveils a visually engaging and immersive browsing experience, where the translated text seamlessly coalesces with the original layout and design elements, inviting users to delve into diverse perspectives and knowledge domains. Whether users are exploring global news, educational resources, or literary works, the translated content serves as a gateway to a world of knowledge, experiences, and cultural exchange.

Safari's dedication to preserving the visual integrity of the original web page while seamlessly translating its textual components underscores the browser's role as a facilitator of global connectivity and understanding. The translated page represents a unifying platform where users from diverse linguistic backgrounds can engage with web content in a language that resonates with their individual identities and aspirations.

In essence, the translation feature in Safari transcends the realm of language, fostering a global community of understanding and appreciation. It empowers users to broaden their horizons, connect with diverse perspectives, and enrich their digital experience through the unifying power of language. As the translated page unfolds its multilingual tapestry before users, it symbolizes the boundless opportunities for exploration and enlightenment that await in the digital landscape.

With Safari's translation feature, users are not merely accessing web content; they are embarking on a journey of discovery, comprehension, and connection with the world in a language that speaks to their heart and mind. This transformative capability epitomizes Safari's commitment to empowering users with effortless access to diverse languages and cultures, transcending barriers to knowledge and understanding in the ever-expanding digital ecosystem.

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  • Click on the “Safari” menu in the top left corner of your screen.
  • Select “Services” and then “Translate with Google Translate.”
  • The website will be automatically translated into English.

With this simple method, you can quickly and easily translate any website into English. Whether you’re browsing a foreign news site or trying to understand instructions on a non-English website, Safari’s translation feature makes it easy.

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News TO Books Launches English Corona EX Manga Site With Machine Translation

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The site currently contains the Ascendance of a Bookworm manga, the Sorcerous Stabber Orphen: The Youthful Journey manga, The Swordwoman With Curse manga, and The Weakest Tamer Began a Journey to Pick Up Trash . The individual page for each work on the site indicates whether it contains translations previously released by other companies, or if it contains content translated using Google Translate. Of the four listed works, Fukatsu's The Swordwoman With Curse is listed as using Google Translate, while all three other titles use prior translations by J-Novel Club or Seven Seas Entertainment .

The machine-translated The Swordwoman With Curse manga contains entire untranslated panels and text (often handwritten), among other errors.

The service will leave bonus material, such as short manga, short novels, or author afterwords untranslated.

Bushiroad previously annouced in December that it would use the Mantra Engine to machine-translate Kore Yamazaki 's The Ancient Magus' Bride and Ghost and Witch manga.

Shueisha 's MANGA Plus service began releasing Daisuke Miyata 's Rugby Rumble ( Saikyō no Uta ) manga in English last October, crediting the AI localization company " Orange Inc. " along with Media Do Co., Ltd. for lettering and editing. After a backlash on social media about the lettering quality, MANGA Plus released a new version within a week, crediting Amaki as letterer and editor alongside Orange and Media Do .

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    Safari will automatically recognize that language, and you'll see "Translation Available" in the URL bar, along with a Translation button; click it. If this is the first time you've used the feature, a pop-up will appear. Click "Enable Translation" to turn on the feature. In the translation menu, select "Translate to English."

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    In the Safari app on your Mac, go to the web page you want to translate. If the web page can be translated, the Smart Search field displays the Translate button . Click the Translate button , then choose a language. If you think the translation might need improvement, click the Translate button , then choose Report Translation Issue.

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    Click on "Enable Translation" to continue. The page will now be translated into English. If you want to access the original page for any reason, click on the translate icon and choose "View Original". If you want to translate the page to a different language, click on "Preferred Languages". This will take you to the "Language ...

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    Once the page loads up, tap on the "aA" icon located to the left side of the address bar. This will give you access to more options. Here, choose "Translate to English" as shown in the screenshot below. Now, you'll get a pop-up on the screen prompting you to turn on the translation feature. Tap on "Enable Translation" to continue.

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    Open Safari on your iPhone or iPad and then head over to the web page which you want to translate. Now, tap on the action button located on the left side of the address bar. 2. Next, tap on the Translate to [Your Device Language] option. If asked, tap on Enable Translation. The web page will be instantly translated into the primary language ...

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    Do one of the following to open the language settings: Open your System Settings, go to General, and pick Language & Region. Select the Translate icon in the Safari address bar and pick Preferred Languages. At the top of the window, you'll see Preferred Languages listing those you have available for translation.

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    Make sure your iPhone has iOS 14 or newer. Open the Safari browser on iPhone. Visit a non-English website. When the page loads, tap the " Aa " button on the left of the address bar. Tap " Translate to English .". The website will reload with the translated version. To see the original version, tap " Show Original " from the same menu.

  21. Translate Website to English in Safari: Quick Tips

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