With the release of iOS / iPadOS 14, Safari finally has a built-in web page translator like in Google Chrome. There are seven languages available so far.
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How to translate pages in Safari on iOS 14
You can translate pages in Safari on iPhone and iPad into English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, French, German, Russian, and Brazilian Portuguese. Perhaps with the release of the final versions of the OS this fall, it will expand the list of supported languages.
On the site in its iOS 14 review, the company states that when you go to the site, a translation indicator should appear in the address bar: by clicking on it, you can translate the page into the language set in the device. I currently have the latest iOS 14 beta available – the icon is only available to navigate to the original language of the site page.
Therefore, to translate a webpage in Safari:
- Open the site you want and click on the Aa icon on the left in the address bar.
- In the menu that opens, select “Translate into English” (or another available language). The entire page should be displayed in the correct language.
- To return to the original language, tap the translation icon that appears in the left corner of the address bar and select View Original.
According to Apple itself, the translation function is still in beta testing, so it may not work correctly.
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