Do you know that if you use iOS 14, you can translate web pages in Safari? Apple has introduced a Translate app that you can use to translate languages, and Safari is also skilled at translating the webpage into different languages.
If you visit a website that can translate Safari, it will automatically detect it and allow you to translate it into your language. If you want to know how to translate the site in Safari, then keep reading.
How to translate web pages in Safari
At this time, Apple has closed this feature to US and Canada only, and Apple may add more supported languages later.
Supported languages: The languages you can translate include support for English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, French, German, Russian and Brazilian Portuguese.
- Open the Safari app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Now enter the URL of the web page you want to translate.
- Once the page is loaded, tap the aA icon on the left side of the address bar. In the menu, tap “Translate to “.
COMMENT: This feature is in beta and you may have difficulty using it. If you do not see this option, as I mentioned above, this feature is currently available to US and Canada users.
- This may prompt you to enable the translation feature on your device. Just tap on the “Activate translation” option.
- If you see the translated version of the page and want to return to the original web page. Just tap the aA option again and tap the “View Orignal” option in the menu. If you think the translated page does not display correctly or has errors in the translated content, you can report it on the same menu by tapping the “Report translation issue” option.
Add more language to translate on Safari web pages
The preferred language order is the section under Language and regional settings where you need to add additional languages if you want to translate web text into more languages. Here’s how to add more language to your iPhone or iPad with iOS 14 or later.
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Go to General and then tap on the Languages and Regions option.
- Under the “Preferred language order” section, tap Add language … and select a language from the list.
- Tap on the “Like” option “so that this new language will be added as additional translation language.
I found that people comment, this feature should also be available for other countries. Tell us what you think of this new iOS 14 feature to translate the webpage into different languages.