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How To Translate Webpages In Safari On iPhone And iPad

Have you ever bump into a site on the internet that posts relevant or important information in a foreign language? Will you just walk away just because you can’t understand the language? If it happens to be your demeanor, this is the right time for you to change, because by the end of this article you will vividly learn how to translate webpages in Safari on iPhone and iPad.


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Languages Currently Supported by Safari Webpage Translation

with the introduction of iOS 14 and iPadOS, 14 Safari now supports built-in webpage translation. Recently, safari translation skills are a bit limited and can translate into

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Chinese
  • French
  • German
  • Russian
  • Brazilian Portuguese

Note: these features have been currently limited as it is only available in the U.S. and Canada


Tip On How to Translate Webpages in Safari on iPhone or iPad

To do this follow the steps below:

Step 1: Just lunch safari and open the website you want to translate.
Step 2: Click on the AA icon from the address field and select Translate to English.
Reminder: if it is your first time to use the feature, a pop will surface. On seeing that, select enable Enable Translation to turn on the web page translation feature in Safari.

Step 3: Immediately safari will automatically translate the page and you will see the translate icon in the address field. In case you want to go back to the original page click on the translate icon and select View Original.

How to Translate Webpages in Safari in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14

The first thing you will do is to download Microsoft translator on your iPhone from the App store

Kindly open the Safari app and head to the website you would like to translate.

Click on the Share Icon

Scroll down a bit and click on Translator, the Web page will automatically translate it into English.

In case you did not see the option for a translator in the share sheet, then click on edit actions, scroll down and click on the green plus Icon for a translator. Also, kindly turn its toggle ON. Lastly, click on Done from the top right. From now on, you will see the option to translate in the Share Sheet.

How Do I Translate a Webpage into a Different Language?

Originally, Microsoft translator translates the page to English, but what if you stumbled on a Hindi website whereas you are a French reader? You don’t have to panic you can change the language of translation inside the app. To do this follow the guideline below:

Open MicrosoftTranslator app clicks on the settings icon from the bottom right.

Click on Safari Translation Language then select your preferred language

In other to go back and see the webpage in its original untranslated language, click on page refresh icon from the top right. The website will reload in its native language.


Reading and understanding give joy especially when you are reading in your language, you don’t need an interpreter in that regard is just self-explanatory, so if you stumbled articles with foreign language make use of the above guidelines and see how happy you will become.

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Michelle Paulsen

Michelle, a former author for renowned tech publications TechCrunch and The Verge, has established herself as a prominent figure in technology journalism. With her deep industry knowledge and experience, she excels at breaking down complex tech topics into engaging, reader-friendly articles. Known for her sharp analysis and compelling storytelling, Michelle has a proven track record of enlightening readers about the latest tech trends and innovations.

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