But that is not all. Previously, Chrome was considered a more functional solution due to the built-in translator, which allowed you to automatically translate texts written in foreign languages ​​into the user’s native language. Safari also had such an opportunity, but only when using a special extension, and only when selecting a specific fragment. And there wasn’t one to translate all the text on the page at once. However, thanks to the built-in Translator application, this is no longer a problem. However, so far it only supports 12 languages ​​against more than 100 in Chrome.