How to Translate a Website on Safari in iOS 14

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Besides being able to translate words, phrases, and conversations, the Translate function of iOS 14 also offers translations of whole web pages on Safari. This is a great function for when you're traveling and the default language on your browser and webpages are a language you aren't proficient in, or if you just happen to stumble across something you don't understand while browsing the internet. Turns out, it's very easy to translate a webpage to English on your iPhone, so let's take a look at how.

How to Translate a Website on Safari

  1. Open the webpage you would like translated in Safari.
  2. At the top of the page, tap the two A's that appear next to the web address.


     
  3. Tap Translate to English.
  4. Tap Enable Translation.

Once you've let Safari translate the page, you'll see everything has been switched to English, but the photos, layout, etc., have stayed the same.

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Amy Spitzfaden–Both

Amy Spitzfaden Both is a Feature Writer at iPhone Life, an award-winning novelist, and an iPhone enthusiast. Over the past decade, her work in the publishing industry has included live coverage of industry events including the Yale Publishing Course and Magazine Innovation’s ACT 9 Experience, providing editing services for several start-up publishing houses, and acting as newsstand consultant for magazines such as The Old Farmer’s Almanac and The New York Review of Books. She graduated from M.I.U. with a Bachelor’s in Literature and Writing, and has gone on to publish two novels and two short stories. Her debut novel Untold won the 2014 Chelson Award for Fiction.
Writing everything from book reviews to skincare tips, Amy discovered a passion for bringing exciting and useful information to even the most casual researcher. The mix of usability and endless possibilities is what drew her to Apple products originally, and the more she learns, the more she loves.
Amy lives in New Hampshire with her husband and daughter. When she’s not writing or glued to her iPhone, she enjoys hiking, traveling, and creating her own tea blends.