How to Translate Web Pages in Safari on iPhone and iPad

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Stumbled upon a website that features article in a foreign language? No longer scratch your head wondering how you can read the story! There are quite a few top-notch apps that let you instantly translate webpages in Safari on your iOS device.

The apps that we have tested and found super handy are Microsoft Translator and iTranslate. While the former is available for free, the latter comes with a 7-day free trial after that you will need to subscribe to the premium version ($4.99/monthly. More after the break:

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How to Translate Webpages in Safari for iPhone and iPad

Though both the apps are up to the mark, we have found Microsoft Translator pretty easy-to-use and right on the money. It supports text translation in as many as 60 languages. The other notable features of this app include voice translation, multi-person conversation, phrasebook for verified translations, etc. Thoroughly impressed by its neat functionality, we’re going to use it in this tutorial.

Add Microsoft Translator Browser Extension to Safari on iOS Device

To get started, you need to first add Translator browser extension to Safari.

Step #1. First off, download Microsoft Translator on your iOS device. Then, open Safari and tap on the share button.

Open Safari on iPhone and then tap on Share button

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Step #2. Now, swipe left in the Activities row and tap on More button.

Tap on More button in iPhone Activities section

Step #3. Next, toggle on the switch next to your Microsoft translator app. Then, make sure to tap on Done button to confirm the change.

Turn ON the Switch next to Microsoft Transletor on iPhone

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If you want to often use the app, simply drag it at the top so that you can quickly access it in the activities row.

All set? You may want to choose your preferred language. To do so, simply open Microsoft Translator app and tap on Settings icon at the bottom right corner.

Open Microsoft Translator App on iPhone and Tap on Settings

Then, tap on Safari Language Translation and select the desired language.

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Tap on Safari Language Translation and Select language in Microsoft Translator iOS app

Translate Webpages in Safari

Step #1. Launch Safari on your iOS device.

Open Safari App on iPhone

Step #2. Now, head over to the site which article you want to translate.

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Step #3. Next, tap on the share icon at the bottom.

Tap on Share icon in Safari on iPhone

Step #4. Next up, select Microsoft Translator.

Select Microsoft Translator to Translate Webpages in Safari for iOS

Voila! Check out now, the webpage has been translated into your preferred language. You can repeat the same steps to translate other webpages.

Over to you:

From now onwards, use this highly user-friendly app to prevent the foreign language from becoming a barrier. And yes, if you come to know any other translators that work perfectly with Safari, do let us know about them as well.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.

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