How to translate a page in Safari on iOS 14
iOS 14, which Apple unveiled on June 22 at WWDC, can be safely considered one of the largest operating system updates since iOS 7. Despite the fact that the company’s designers have hardly changed the appearance of the OS interface, the developers have tried their best and implemented so many new functions, how many at one time have never appeared before. But if some of the innovations like CarKey , frankly, will be used quite rarely and not by everyone, then more mundane features like the translator in Safari will definitely find their user.
IOS 14 introduces the built-in Translator application, which, as the name suggests, acts as a system translator. It supports Russian and also works in Safari. That is, now you do not have to download third-party applications from Yandex or Google and install them as extensions for your web browser. It will be enough to press just two buttons, as translation will be performed instantly into one of 11 languages, which include the most common languages of the world.
How to translate sites from English
- Launch Safari on iPhone or iPad and go to any foreign site;
- Click on the “aA” button to the left of the search bar to open the context menu;
- In the window that opens, select “Translate” and enable the translation function;