How To Translate Page In Safari On iPhone

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If you have an iPhone and want to translate web pages in Safari, you’ve come to the right place. With the help of Google Translate, you can easily and quickly translate any webpage in Safari into a language of your choice.

To get started, first download Gboard from the App Store. Once installed, open any app that allows you to type such as Gmail or Keep. Then tap on an area where you can enter text. You will see the Open Features menu at the top. Tap on Translate and then pick the language you want to translate from and then pick the language you want to translate into.

Next, enter your text and it will be translated instantly. If you want to use this feature more often, simply add a Google Translate widget to your Home screen. To do this, touch and hold your Home screen, then tap Add at the top left corner of your screen. Search for the Google Translate app and tap it; once added, tap Done at the top right corner of your screen. Then go to Settings > Translate and turn On-Device Mode on.

You can also use Google Translate in Safari without having to install Gboard first—simply go to the webpage that you want to be translated and if it’s available for translation, a Smart Search field will appear with a Translate button next to it. Click on that button, select a language, and voila! Your page is now translated!

So there you have it – translating webpages on your iPhone using Safari has never been easier thanks to Google Translate! Give it a try today!

Enabling Automatic Translation in Safari

To turn on automatic translation in Safari, open the Safari app on your Mac and go to Safari > Preferences. In the General tab, select the checkbox next to “Automatically translate pages that aren’t in a language I read.” You can also choose which language you’d like pages to be translated into from the dropdown menu. Finally, click “Done” to save your changes.

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Using Automatic Translation on an iPhone

To get your iPhone to automatically translate, you need to install Gboard. Gboard is a virtual keyboard app created by Google and available for iOS devices. Once installed, open any app where you can type and tap an area where you can enter text. At the top of the keyboard, tap the Open features menu and select Translate. Then select the language you want to translate from and the language you want to translate into. After that, start typing in your text and your iPhone will automatically translate it for you.

Using Google Translate on iPhone Safari

To use Google Translate on your iPhone Safari, first makes sure you have the Google Translate app installed. Then open Safari and navigate to the page you want to translate. Tap the ‘Share’ button at the bottom of the screen, then tap ‘Translate’ from the list of options. You will then be prompted to choose a language for translation. Once you have selected the desired language, Google Translate will automatically translate the page into that language. You can also access additional translation options by tapping ‘More Options’ in the top right corner of the page.

Location of Translate Button on iPhone

The translate button can be found on the iPhone in the Settings app. To access it, open the Settings app, then tap on General > Dictionary > Translate. Here, you will find a toggle switch for turning On-Device Mode on or off. This allows you to download languages for offline translation. Once this is enabled, you will find a Translate button at the top of your keyboard when typing in any text field within an app.

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Troubleshooting Issues with iPhone Translate

If your Translate app is not working on your iPhone, it could be due to a few different possible causes. Firstly, check that you have the latest version of the app installed. If you don’t, try updating the Translate app from the App Store. Secondly, make sure you have enabled On-device mode in your settings. Go to Settings > Translate and toggle On-device mode. Thirdly, check that you have an active internet connection and that your device isn’t running out of storage space. Finally, if none of these solutions work, try restarting your device or reinstalling the Translate app from the App Store.


In conclusion, the iPhone is a powerful and versatile device that offers users a wide range of features and capabilities. With its intuitive user interface, advanced camera technology, and access to thousands of apps and services, the iPhone has become one of the most popular smartphones on the market. Whether you need to take pictures, stay connected with friends and family, or just want to stay entertained on the go, the iPhone has something for everyone. With its sleek design, reliable performance, and always expanding ecosystem of apps and services, the iPhone is an ideal choice for those who want to stay connected wherever they go.

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James Walker

James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.