Translate webpages in Chrome
When you come across a page written in a language you don't understand, you can use Chrome to translate the page.
1. On your computer, open Chrome.
2. Go to a webpage written in another language.
3. At the top, click Translate.
4. Chrome will translate the webpage this one time.
Not working? Try refreshing the webpage. If it’s still not working, right-click anywhere on the page. Then, click Translate to [Language].
Use Microsoft Translator in Microsoft Edge browser
The new Microsoft Edge supports translation for more than 60 languages. The browser will automatically prompt you to translate a webpage when when the page you're opening is in a language other than those listed under your preferred languages in settings.
1. Open a webpage in Microsoft Edge. The browser automatically detects the language of the page and a menu appears asking you to confirm that you want to translate the page.
2. Do any of the following:
In the Translate to list, choose the language you want to translate the page to. The default is the language you've set for Microsoft Edge.
To translate the page, click Translate.
To always automatically translate from the source language, select the Always translate from [Language] check box.
To skip translation, in the list on the lower right, select Not now to skip translation or Never translate [Language] to never have the panel appear when you go to a page using that language.
3. On side of the address bar, you'll briefly see the status showing that the page has been translated.
How Translate a Webpage in iOS 14 Safari
Launch Safari on your iPhone or iPad or Desktop.
Tap the aA button in the far-left of the address bar, then select Translate to [Language] in the dropdown menu. If you don't see the option, the webpage either isn't compatible with Safari's translation feature or the language isn't supported.
Tap Enable Translation in the prompt if required.
To view the original non-translated webpage, select View Original in the address bar options panel. You also have the option to Report Translation Issue if you see one.
How to 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.
Tap Other Languages....
Select a language from the list.
Tap Keep [Your preferred language] to keep the current language that the system is using and confirm 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.