How to quickly translate web pages in Safari on iOS and iPadOS

Easily translate web pages in Safari for iPhone and iPad.

How to translate web pages in Safari for iPhone and iPad.

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How to activate the Microsoft Translator extension in Safari

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If you're running iOS 17 , Safari now comes with a translation feature baked into the browser, making it easier than ever to translate a web page on iPhone and iPad.

Once enabled, text is translated in-line on the webpage that you're viewing. It's a handy tool if you want to read websites that are written in different languages, and it's available right in the address bar in Safari.

With this in mind, here's how you can translate web pages in Safari on iPhone and iPad.

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How to translate a web page on iPhone in iOS 16 and iPadOS 16

In iOS 15 and later, the ability to translate a web page's language to your native language is now a built-in part of Safari. As such, you no longer need a third-party app to translate. Here's how to use built-in language translation in Safari in iOS 14, iOS 15, and later.

  • Tap the action button on the left side of the address bar while visiting a site that you need to translate. The button looks like two A's next to each other.
  • Tap Translate to [Your Device Language] .

Translate webpages in iOS 14, showing how to tap the action button, then tap Translate to English

  • Tap Enable Translation if prompted.

Your page will then be translated into the primary language that you've set on your device. If you want to revert back to the page's original language, take the following steps.

  • Tap the translate button in the Safari address bar. It takes the place of the standard action button on the left side of the address bar.
  • Tap View Original .

Translate webpages in iOS 14, showing how to tap the translate button, then tap View Original

The page will revert to its original language.

If you're running a version of iOS 13 or earlier on your device, then a third-party app with a translation extension is what you'll want to use. Microsoft's Translator extension is an excellent tool for the task, as it translates the web page in place when activated.

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Microsoft Translator

Microsoft Translator

Microsoft Translator is a great third-party solution for translating web pages, and its translations take place in-line on the web, rather than taking you to another, translated version of the page like some other apps.

Once you've got it downloaded, you can set up the action extension for translation web pages.

  • Open Safari on your iPhone or iPad.
  • While viewing a web page, tap the share button .
  • Scroll to the left on the bottom row of icons.

Activate Microsoft Translator extension, showing how to open Safari, tap the share button, then scroll to the left

  • Tap the More button.
  • Turn the switch next to Microsoft Translator to the green 'on' position.

Activate Microsoft Translator extension, showing how to tap More, turn on the switch, then tap Done

Now that you have the app installed, you can use it in Safari from the share menu.

  • Head to the web page that you want to translate.

Translate a page, showing how to open Safari, then head to the page

  • Tap the share button at the bottom of the display.
  • Tap the Microsoft Translator button. The extension will then translate the entire page for you.

Translate a page, showing how to tap the share button, then tap Microsoft Translator

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How to Translate Webpages in Safari on iPhone & iPad

Did you know you can translate webpages in Safari on iPhone and iPad? If you’re on a foreign language website, you can easily translate it into English using a fantastic language webpage translation feature built into Safari for iOS and iPadOS. And yes, this feature also exists in Safari for Mac , in case you were wondering.

Not everything that you see on the web is written in English, and whether you’re browsing foreign news sites or just ending up with something not in English, you may find it useful to translate a webpage into something you can read. Safari now has this capability, and you can easily convert a webpage from French, Spanish, Chinese, etc, into English with just a few taps. This is similar to a Chrome language translation for webpages on iPhone and iPad , except of course it’s using Safari, the default browser in iOS and iPadOS.

Ready to use and access the built-in translator for webpages in Safari for iPhone and iPad? Let’s get to it!

How to Translate Webpages on iPhone & iPad with Safari

As long as your iPhone or iPad is running iOS 14 / iPadOS 14 or newer, the language translation feature will be available. Here’s how it works:

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Now you know how to go about translating webpages in Safari natively on the iPhone and iPad. No new apps or third party downloads are required.

If you can’t find the Translate feature within Safari despite running a compatible system software version, it’s probably because Safari’s built-in translator is currently limited to users in select regions, but the feature is rolling out elsewhere too as it is refined by Apple.

If your iPhone or iPad is running an older version of iOS/iPadOS, or isn’t compatible with the iOS 14/iPadOS 14 update, you can still translate webpages in Safari using Microsoft Translator . You’ll of course need to download the Microsoft Translator app from the App Store and keep it installed to access this feature within Safari.Switching to Google Chrome is an alternate option as well, and the translation feature in Chrome works flawlessly and it can automatically translate most of the webpages to not just English, but any of your preferred languages if you’re not a native English speaker. This makes Chrome a great choice if you’re in an area that isn’t supported by Safari webpage translations yet.

What do you think of Safari’s built-in translator tool for converting foreign webpages to English? Do you use this feature? Do you have another method to convert a webpage to English from another language? Share with us your tips, thoughts, and comments below!

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I am not able to see translate option in my iPad pro

I need this. I will see if it helps. Thx.

This only works for select few languages. Pales in comparison to Google Translate. Ot’s going to take Apple another 5,10 years to catch up with other languages… if at all 😢. This article is bit misleading. It does not explain how limited this feature is

I’m running high seirra 10 13 6 and when I type in a foreign website (orange fr as you suggested to test it) next to each selection is written ‘translate this page’ and there is no ‘aA’ in the selection which I guess is even better? Works perfectly and thanks for all your suggestions; I am subscribed to OSXDaily Regards, earl

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How to translate web pages in Safari on iPhone and iPad

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Have you landed on a webpage in a foreign language when browsing Safari but can’t read it? Though many translation tools are available, Safari also offers a built-in translation feature to understand web pages in different languages. So, you don’t need to install any third-party tools or extensions. Let’s learn how to translate a webpage in Safari on iPhone and iPad.

How to translate a webpage in Safari on iPhone and iPad

Safari supports translation to Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Dutch, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Vietnamese.

Just check for the “Translation Available” popup in the address bar to ensure the website offers translation. Now, follow the steps below to translate web pages in Safari on iOS:

  • Open Safari → Go to the webpage you want to translate.
  • Tap the AA icon located in the address bar.
  • Select Translate to [language] .

tap aa icon, select translate language, tap enable translation in safari

How to add preferred languages to Safari webpage translation on iPhone

By default, Safari will only translate into your device’s default language. However, you can add other supported languages rather than your device’s default one.

  • Launch  Settings → Go to  General.

tap general, language and region in settings

  • Tap  Add Language  and choose a Safari-supported language .

tap add language, select a language, tap use system language in settings

  • Go to the desired website and tap the AA icon on the address bar.

tap aa icon, translate website, choose a language in safari

Why is my translate button missing in Safari on iPhone?

Are you using iOS 13? If yes, you don’t have the built-in translation feature. Therefore, you must install third-party language translators like Microsoft Translator or Translator Safari extension. Now, use these Safari extensions on your iPhone and translate any web page to your preferred language.  

If you use iOS 17, the translation option may be missing because your device language is set to the same language as the webpage you want to translate. Besides, the website may be incompatible with Safari’s translation tool or not support your preferred language.

If you still see the translate button missing on Safari, you can clear your cache and browsing history or reset your iPhone . Alternatively, use a Safari translator extension and enjoy content in your native language.

How to use translator extensions in Safari on iPhone

There are multiple Safari extensions to accomplish the same. Here, I have used Microsoft Translator to illustrate the below method.

  • Download Microsoft Translator .
  • Go to  Safari  and open any  website you’d like to translate.
  • Tap the  Share icon.

Open Safari Tap on Share and Select Translator

If you do not see the  ‘Translator’  option in the Share Sheet, tap  Edit Actions , locate, and tap the  green plus icon  for Translator. Also, toggle on Translator . Finally, tap  Done . Now, you will see the option to translate in the Share Sheet.

To add other languages to the Microsoft Translator extension, follow the steps below:

  • Open the  Microsoft Translator app  → Tap the  settings icon  at the bottom right.
  • Now, tap  Safari Translation Language  → Select your preferred languages .

So, that’s all for today, folks!

Thanks to the embedded translation feature, you can now easily translate a webpage in Safari without leaving the website. You can also  use Google Lens on your Mac  to translate text from images. What’s your preferred language to consume content? Let me know in the comments below.

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If a webpage can be translated into one of your preferred languages, you can have Safari translate it.

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How to translate an entire website to English directly from Safari

By D. Griffin Jones • 5:00 am, March 28, 2024

Translate With One Button

If you stumble across a webpage or a link in a different language, you can instantly translate the website to English directly from Safari. Unlike Google Chrome, Safari even translates the text inside images using Live Text .

And, if you accidentally change the language of a website to one you don’t speak, you can turn this feature on to help you change it back. At Cult of Mac , we use the feature to translate rumors or blog posts often written in Chinese, Korean or Japanese, like this .

You don’t need to select the words paragraph by paragraph and copy them into Google Translate (or even Apple’s own Translate app ). Get the entire page in English at the tap of a button. Here’s how to make the most out of this handy Safari feature.

Translate a website to English on iPhone

The iPhone supports translations in Arabic, Chinese (mainland, Taiwan), Dutch, English (U.K., U.S.), French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish (Spain), Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese.

You can quickly and easily use Safari to translate websites in any of those languages.

Translate website to English on iPhone from Safari

When you load a webpage written in a foreign language on your iPhone, you might see a Translate button flash on the left side of the Safari address bar. After the page loads, you’ll see the icon with a “Translation available” message in place of the URL. Tap the icon.

This only appears momentarily — but don’t worry if you miss it. If you do, simply tap the ᴀA button to open the menu and tap Translate to English .

The webpage will reload with all the words translated.

Even images with text inside them will be overlaid with translations, thanks to Live Text. Any links you tap will automatically load translated versions as well, so you don’t need to keep activating Safari’s translation feature during your browsing session.

Report an issue with the translation.

To turn off the translation, tap the Translate icon to open the menu and tap View Original .

You can still enable Reader mode by tapping and holding on the Translate icon, or by tapping it and tapping Show Reader from the menu.

If there’s a problem with the page — a translation is horribly wrong, some of the features on the page are broken — you can report it. Tap the Translate button and tap  Report Translation Issue . Pick the problem you’re experiencing from the list and tap  Report .

Translate a website to English on Mac

Translate a webpage from Safari on Mac

You can translate a website to English in Safari on a Mac, too. Just click the Translate icon in the address bar. If you don’t see it, you can also click the ⋯ menu, click Translate Webpage > Translate to English .

On the same menu, you will see options to turn off the feature or report a problem with the translation. You also can find these in the menu bar at the top of the screen under View > Translation .

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How to Use Google Translate on Safari

Google Translate has been a powerful tool for years, allowing people to communicate across languages. Now, Apple and Google have teamed up to bring the same convenience to Safari users. With Google Translate for Safari, you can easily and quickly translate entire webpages or even just paragraphs with a few clicks.

To use this feature, simply open up Safari on your Mac or iPhone and visit the page you’d like to translate. If the page is available for translation, you’ll see a ‘Translate’ button in the Smart Search field. Clicking this will open up a menu with sevral languages for you to choose from. On iPhone and iPad, there is also an option to set your language preferences so that future translations don’t require as many clicks.

In addition to webpages, Google Translate for Safari also allows you to translate text within emails, forms or documents. This means that if someone sends you an email in a foreign language, all it takes is one click of the translate button and you can continue your conversation withut any hassle.

Overall, Google Translate for Safari is an incredibly useful tool that makes communication much easier across language barriers. It supports more than 100 languages and provides quick translations at the click of a button – making it perfect for anyone who regularly needs to communicate with people from different countries or speak different languages.

Using Google Translate in Safari

Using Google Translate in Safari is easy and quick. First, open the Safari browser on your Mac. Then, go to the webpage you want to translate. If the webpage can be translated, the Smart Search field will display a Translate button. Click on this button and then choose which language you woud like to translate the webpage into. Once you have chosen a language, Google will quickly translate the webpage for you. You can also change your default language in Safari so that all webpages are automatically translated into your preferred language. To do this, simply open Safari’s preferences window and select “Google Translate” from the languages list.

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Enabling Translation on Safari

To get translation on Safari, open the Safari browser and navigate to the webpage you want to translate. Tap the Share icon (the square with an arrow pointing up), then tap Translate. Select the language you want to translate into and tap Translate. The webpage will be translated into your chosen language.

Exploring the Availability of a Google Translate Extension for Safari

Yes, tere is a Google Translate extension for Safari! It’s a free and easy-to-use extension that lets you translate entire webpages or just individual paragraphs with the click of a button. You can also use it to translate text written in emails, forms or documents. It’s a great way to quickly and easily access translations without needing to open a separate window or tab. Plus, it works on both desktop and mobile versions of Safari.

Translating in Safari on iPhone

To translate a web page in Safari on your iPhone or iPad, open the page you’d like to view in the Safari browser. Once the page has loaded, you’ll see an aA button in the far-left of the address bar. Tap this button and select Translate to [Language] from the dropdown menu. The webpage will then be automatically translated into the selected language. To revert back to the original language, simply select Original from the dropdown menu.

Troubleshooting Safari Translation Issues

Safari uses automatic translation to translate websites into the language of your choice. Depending on the website, this may not alwas be available. If the website you are trying to access is not in its original language, or if you are visiting a different domain, Safari will no longer attempt to translate it. This could be because the website does not support automatic translation, or because the original language of the page is already in a language that you understand. Additionally, if you have disabled automatic translation in Safari’s settings, this will also prevent translation from occurring.

Enabling Google Translate

To enable Google Translate, you frst need to open the Google Chrome browser on your computer. Then, click the More icon at the top right corner of the browser window and select Settings from the drop-down menu. At the bottom of the Settings page, click Advanced and then Languages. On the Language page, you will see a list of languages. Select the language you’d like to use and click More next to it. Finally, turn Offer to translate pages in this language on or off according to your preferences. Once you’ve enabled Google Translate for a specific language, it will automatically detect and offer to translate any webpages in that language that you visit.

Is Apple’s Version of Google Translate Available?

No, there is currently no Apple version of Google Translate. However, Apple does offer its own translation app called Apple Translate. This app is available for iOS 14 and later on both iPhone and iPad devices. It is capable of translating text and voice conversations between 11 languages including English, Spanish, Japanese, Korean and Mandarin Chinese. Apple Translate also has the ability to detect the language of a text or spoken phrase automatically. In addition to thse features, it has a “Look Up” option which allows users to quickly view definitions and translations of words in a supported language without leaving the app.

Google Translate Safari is a great tool for those who need to quickly and easily understand foreign languages. It provides an easy-to-use extension that can quickly translate entire webpages, paragraphs, emails, forms, and documents into the language of your choice. With its simple tap-and-go interface, users can effortlessly translate webpages on their iPhones and iPads with just a few clicks. This makes it an invaluable tool for those who regularly travel or communicate with people from diffeent countries or cultures. Google Translate Safari is an essential tool for anyone wanting to make sense of foreign languages in no time.

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Translating a web page is essential for many users who do not speak several languages. That is why Safari natively integrates a translator to facilitate this task. In this article we will tell you all the details about how you can use it.

Translate utility in Safari on iPhone and iPad

With the arrival of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, it was possible to translate web pages in the Safari browser. This is something that was already implemented in other browsers such as Google Chrome through its proprietary translator, and now it is also integrated into Safari. The utilities are obviously many, since if you are a person who cannot defend himself by reading or in English or in another language such as German, you could lose a lot of content by not understanding them.

Use Safari Translator on iPhone and iPad

This language gap has now been completely eliminated. You will be able to browse numerous websites and understand their content in a superficial way without any problem and without having to resort to external translators. Obviously, it should be taken into account that the translation offered is not always perfect since some words or phrases cannot always be translated literally, but it is certainly a good option.

What do you need to translate a website

It should be noted that this is an exclusive function of the iOS 14 software version. That is why this is a function totally limited to those devices that are compatible with iOS 14 and obviously this specific version must be installed. It is something that is fully linked to the ‘Translate’ application that came natively with iOS 14.

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It is also important to note that this translation feature is not just limited to iPhones. With iPadOS 14 you can also perform this same translation on web pages that are in another language. Obviously, the requirements is to have an iPad compatible with this new version of the operating system and have it installed in its latest available version.

Translate in Safari easily

In order to use the translation function in Safari, situations may arise. In the first of these you should be quite fast since in the browser itself in the upper left corner you will see the translation icon. This is something that lasts really little, only in the first seconds of loading the web that is in another language. If you haven’t had time, the translation of a website itself is done by following these steps:

  • Once you are on the web, go to the upper left on both iPhone and iPad.
  • Click on the ‘Aa’ that will appear.
  • In the drop-down menu you will see the option ‘Translate to Spanish’ if this is the language in which you use the operating system.
  • At the moment the translation will appear on the screen.
  • To revert the translation you must do exactly the same but clicking on ‘Show original’.

Traducir en Safari

As we have mentioned, the language to which it will be translated will always coincide with the one you have configured in the operating system. What can be assured is that iOS or iPadOS detects the language in which the text of a web page is so that you do not have to enter it manually.

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How to translate websites that won't in Apple Safari

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Apple has had a habit of using the word "magical" for anything new, but in this specific case it's the correct term. If you need, or just want, to read websites in languages you don't understand, Safari is genuinely magical.

Go to a website in Safari and, if its in one of a select few languages, it can all be translated . And all really does mean all.

Rather than translating a sentence here or there, Safari will redraw the page with every bit of text changed into English. More, if you go from that page to another one on the same site, you don't even have to tell Safari you want that translated too.

Until you leave a site, or you tell Safari to switch back to the original language, everything will be translated for you automatically and very quickly.

There is this issue that Safari is limited in how many languages it can do this for, but that will increase over time. What's perhaps more pressing is that you often don't want an entire site translated, you just want to know what this bit says.

This is the ideal: Safari translates a page in place.

Choosing languages to translate

It's a big job adding the facility to translate a given language and it is going to take time for more to be added to Safari. That's a pain if your preferred languages are not yet available, but it's also understandable.

What's less understandable is how hard it can be to determine what languages you can translate. By default, Safari will recognize a number of languages and tell you when a translation is available.

However, Apple says that you may be able to add more by altering your region settings. If you go to System Preferences , choose Language & Region , then click on General , you do get options.

There's a list of your preferred languages, which may well only contain one. But there's a plus sign at the bottom of the list and through that you can add many more.

Except there doesn't appear to be any clear way to determine from the list of available languages, which ones can be translated automatically. Not by Safari, and presumably not by the forthcoming macOS Monterey.

How translation will improve in macOS Monterey

The forthcoming macOS Monterey is going to address this. It will feature Safari's translation technology, but apply it system-wide.

So whatever you're doing on your Mac, including reading the web in browsers other than Safari, macOS Monterey can provide translations. Selecting text anywhere on your Mac and then right-clicking, will bring up a Translate option.

For now, though, you have to select text, copy it, and then take it to another service.

Using online translators

Easily the best-known online translator is Google's and if you do this a lot, translate.google.com is a very familiar address. What you get there looks like an online version of Apple's own iOS Translate app, in that you get two text areas.

Paste or type text into one side, read the translation in the other. Google will determine what the original language is, and will default to showing you the result in English. You can, though, change either side as you need.

Google Translate works with an incredible number of languages

Very broadly, though, Google is strong on translating quite short snippets. It's the reason those two text boxes are a little on the small side.

There is also a Documents option in Google Translate, though. Choosing this lets you load an extremely wide range of document types, from Word through PowerPoint, and have them translated.

When you're doing longer documents, though, there are alternative services such as DeepL Translator . It costs from $7 per month for a version with no limits on the length of text it will translate.

But there is also a free one that will translate an unspecified limited number of words. The advantage of DeepL Translator, and other services, is that they tend to be better at longer texts. They tend to be better when you want more than a rough idea of what's being said.

Speeding up how to get to online translators

It's not as if it's a burden to copy and paste some text into Google Translate. Nor is it arduous to drag a Word file onto DeepL Translator.

Nonetheless, both are enough to break your concentration when you're working. And there is a way to at least speed up the job with the third-party app PopClip .

PopClip brings an iOS-style pop-up menu to the Mac. On an iPhone or iPad, once you've selected a word, iOS shows you a black bar with options such as Copy, Cut, and so on.

PopClip is a Mac utility that brings iOS-style pop up options, and can be customized to include a translate button

There's no system equivalent on the Mac, but PopClip provides it. By default, it too shows basic options such as Copy, Cut, Paste and so on. But you can add to it from a growing list of extra tools that you might want quick access to — including translate.

PopClip costs $12.99 on the Mac App Store, and comes with close to 200 free tools called extensions. Add a Google Translate extension to PopClip and now you can select some text, then immediately click on a translate button.

All it really does then is take the selected text, opens a new browser tab and pastes it into Google Translate. That's still taking you away from the text you're reading, and it will do a new tab for every time you select and choose translate.

Plus you'll find you have to select at most a few paragraphs at a time. Depending on whether you're selecting text in a document or a website, there will come a point where the PopClip translate extension disappears because you have too many words.

Using translation in your workflow

There is more that could be done to make translation happen in line, making it happen as you read instead of requiring you to take the text somewhere else. And it looks like that work is being done, that it will be part of macOS Monterey.

In the meantime, the ability to get a quick, possibly quite rough Google translation is deeply convenient. And then getting a more considered translation can bring you more than the surface word-for-word literal translation can.

Alternatively, though, you could put some work in yourself and use Duolingo to learn a language.

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Safari Translation Missing In iPadOS 14

The new translation facility in iPadOS14 is missing on Safari on my iPad Pro 2020. My language option is English UK. I have tried to use this facility for French and Spanish pages, but after clicking on AA the drop down options do not include Translate this webpage.

Can anyone advise? Thanks

iPad Pro, iPadOS 14

Posted on Sep 20, 2020 8:15 AM

Posted on Sep 22, 2020 1:57 AM

I am also experiencing this in the sites that I’ve visited so far. They don’t seem to be compatible with Safari’s translate feature. I’ve visited sites in German and Japanese, no translation option.

This is a very lousy implementation of what would have been a huge feature in iOS 14. Even the Translate app gives very bad translations (German to English).

I just saw this in the iPadOS 14 page:

Safari can now translate websites in seven different languages. 9

And when you look at the footnote:

9. Available in the U.S. and Canada . Support for English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, French, German, Russian, and Brazilian Portuguese.

Typical Apple. I’m frustrated every time I see such things. We pay them the same, or even more money, but we don’t get all the features they advertise.

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Sep 22, 2020 1:57 AM in response to Gareth Morris1

Sep 28, 2020 5:28 AM in response to hanifromframingham

Hi Hani. Can I just check with you whether you are using English UK or English US? As you can see from the Fallen Raven message the Translation options seems to be limited to the US and Canada. I am interested in the fact that you are able to get it to work on your iPad whereas I cannot. Are you based in the US or maybe your setting is English US? Thanks

Nov 6, 2020 5:45 AM in response to Fethon

Hi Fethon. That does indeed "solve" the issue. Sadly that bring all the spelling issues between English UK and English US to the fore. For that reason I will forgo the translation advantage until Apple spreads it to the rest of us!

Sep 22, 2020 2:07 AM in response to FallenRaven

Very disappointing. Hopefully it will be added later on for the rest of us! I agree with your point - we do seem to be very much second class citizens at times.

hanifromframingham

Sep 28, 2020 12:50 AM in response to Gareth Morris1

I have the same issue in iPhone 11 Pro . The translation option of iOS 14 not available in safari drop menu . My main language is English and I open German sites . It is working on my iPad .

Fethon

Nov 5, 2020 3:08 PM in response to Gareth Morris1

Choose English as default language, not English UK. I’m in Australia and changed from English AU to English and it works now.

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How to Translate Web Pages in Safari for iPhone and iPad

If you like to explore the internet to read different kind of stories and articles on various sites from all across the world, you must take care of few things. The most important factor to understand is the language. In the world, there are several languages and what if your opened web page or article is in any other language about which you are not familiar? Surely you would request a translator to understand the blog posts and stories. That’s why you need to know how you can translate web pages in Safari on iPhone and iPad.

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Steps to Translate Web Pages in Safari

The best way is to use an app to translate the articles and pages from other languages to your native and familiar language. You can add the extension in your Safari browser too. We are describing the complete step by step procedures of using top apps for language translation to help you to solve this issue.

#1. Use Microsoft Translator App or iTranslate App

Microsoft Translator and iTranslate both are great apps which can translate your browsed and open content in your language . These will automatically translate the other languages into your language according to your settings. These apps can alter the content into more than 60 languages, and its user interface is also easy to understand and change anytime. You can choose any app and install on your iOS device.

You just need to install the extension of the app in your Safari browser and have to pay for the app. You can get and check free trials too. Both of above-mentioned apps work professionally and understandably. Here are the steps which you need to follow to use any translation app.

#2. Download and Install the Translation App

You have to add the extension of “Microsoft Translator or iTranslate” on your browser to enjoy the features of language translation. All steps are given below.

Step 1: Firstly, download Microsoft Translator or iTranslate on your iPhone or iPad. After downloading, you need to open your installed browser, Safari.

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Step 2: Now tap on the ‘Share’ button and just swipe the screen to the left in the Activities row. It will show new options and now tap on ‘More’ button.

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Step 3: At this step, just make the switch on which is available next to your translator app. It will allow working this app. After that, you must click on ‘Done’ button to save your settings.

All have done, and you are ready to go.

#3. Set any Language of Your Preference

However, you can set any language as a preferred language. Your preferred language is that in which the web article will be translated. If you want to change the settings of preferred language, you need to go to your translator app and tap on its Settings icon.

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After that, you can click on the name of your installed Translate app and select desired language.

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Now that you are done with this, we will show you how to use the translation app on your Safari Browser.

How to Use the Installed Translation App on Your Safari Browser

Now it is time to do and see how your installed app works on your Safari browser.

  • So, you have to launch your Safari browser and go to the page or article which you want to translate in your familiar language.
  • After that, you should tap on Share icon which is at the bottom.
  • Now you need to select your installed translator app, e.g., Microsoft Translator app or iTranslate app.

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Be happy to see that the page has been translated into your preferred settings language. You are free to read in your native language and take all benefits of internet browsing.

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Translate Webpages in Safari on Your iPhone

Yes, there's a way for you to get translations of foreign language websites on your iPhone using the built-in Safari app. Problem is, it's not super obvious. Actually, you'd never know the option was there if someone didn't tell you. But with a little setup on your part, you can have Safari translate webpages whenever you need it to.

This hidden feature has actually been around since for a few years now. Apple does not have their own translation service, so they have to rely on a third-party, and in this case, it's Microsoft. That means that you'll have to install an app on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, running iOS 8 or higher, in order to get this functionality.

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Step 1: Install a Translation App

There are two options you can choose from if you don't want to pay, and they're both from Microsoft. The rest of the third-party translate apps in the iOS App Store either charge up front or require an in-app purchase to enable their translation services in Safari. And sadly, Google Translate , which has superior translation skills, does not offer a Safari extension.

First, for the free options, there's the Bing search app, which has a built-in feature called Bing Translator that was shown off by Apple back in 2014 when the feature first became available. Then there's Microsoft Translator, which is the backbone to Bing Translator.

Microsoft Translator

Microsoft Translator focuses purely on translating, so you can also use this app to translate speech, text, and photos, and it also includes device-to-device translated conversations. The latter feature is something Google Translate can't do right now.

This app can currently translate 60 different languages into the same amount of other languages, many of which are available for offline translations from the app's internal settings (though, offline translations won't work in Safari).

  • Install Microsoft Translator from the iOS App Store

How to Translate Webpages in Safari on Your iPhone

Bing Translator

Bing Translator only works on webpages, but you get other features in its app such as a new web browser (which you'll probably never user, since you're here for Safari, right?!), a few widgets for today's news and the history for the day, and an interesting UI that looks pretty sleek.

Like Microsoft Translator, you can translate 60 different languages, however, it can only convert them into any of the 44 languages available in the app's internal advanced settings. This is slightly odd since Bing uses the same Microsoft service.

  • Install Bing – Fast and beautiful mobile search engine from the iOS App Store

How to Translate Webpages in Safari on Your iPhone

Step 2: Add the Translate Shortcut

In the Safari browser, tap on the share sheet icon in the bottom menu bar, the swipe left on the activities row at the bottom until you see the "More" option. Tap on that, then toggle on your Microsoft Translator and/or Bing Translator. Finally, hit "Done" in the top right, and you'll see the new actions available in the share sheet.

How to Translate Webpages in Safari on Your iPhone

Depending on how often you use this translation shortcut, you can rearrange the icons in the Activities settings to prioritize it so you don't have to swipe left on the bottom row of the share sheet.

Step 3: Choose Your Preferred Language

By default, both of these apps will automatically know which is your preferred language based on your device settings. However, if you'd like to change it, it's pretty simple in both cases.

  • In Microsoft Translator, just tap on the settings cog in the bottom right, choose "Siri Translation Language," then pick your language.
  • In Bing, tap on the menu icon in the top right, select "Settings" -> "Advanced Settings" -> "Translate to," then choose your language.

How to Translate Webpages in Safari on Your iPhone

In addition to this way, in Bing Translator, you can also access the "Translate to" language by tapping on the blue link in the yellow status bar when you have converted a webpage into your preferred language. Of course, you'll have to go back to Safari and re-translate the webpage to see the new language. Microsoft Translator does not offer this option.

Step 4: Translate Webpages

Now, whenever you need to translate a webpage in Safari, just tap on the share sheet icon at the bottom, select either Microsoft Translator or Bing Translator, then sit back and watch the magic happen.

In the example below, you can see a Chinese website that was translated into English by Bing Translator. Notice the blue link for "English," which will open up your language preferences in the Bing app.

How to Translate Webpages in Safari on Your iPhone

In this next example, a Bangla website was translated into English by Microsoft Translator. Notice there is no blue link to access language settings.

How to Translate Webpages in Safari on Your iPhone

Need Automatic Translations?

If you find yourself constantly translating webpages into another language, you might just be better off using Google Chrome instead of Safari because it can automatically translate webpages into your preferred language. It'll prompt you if you want to translate when visiting a webpage not in your device's language, and you can choose to automatically convert the language in future instances.

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14 Ways to Fix Safari Translation Not Working on iPhone and iPad

As a browser, Safari has come a long way. Whether it’s offering enhanced privacy for personal information, full-on customization, or seamless syncing across iDevices, Apple’s browser has ticked off all the boxes. However, it can’t claim to be immune to issues. Recently, a handful of users have taken to various forums to complain that Safari translation is not working on their iPhone or iPad. If you also find the browser unable to translate web pages, now is the right time to fix it.

Best Tips to Fix Safari Translation Not Working on iPhone and iPad

Talking about the roadblocks that could be coming in the way of Safari translation, you need to keep in mind several things like language compatibility, content blockers, and random software glitches. Besides, there are many other culprits that you need to be mindful of.

1. What are the Requirements for Using Safari Translation?

Bear in mind that Safari translation requires iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS 11 Big Sur, and later.

2. Safari Translation Supported Languages

  • English (US)
  • English (UK)
  • Portuguese (Brazil)
  • Spanish (Spain)
  • Chinese (Simplified, Mandarin)
  • Chinese (Mandarin, Traditional)

3. Right Way to Enable and Use Safari Translation

  • To get started, launch Safari and navigate to a website you wish to translate.
  • Tap on the AA icon in the address bar and choose “Translate to English” or your preferred language.
  • Note that the first time you activate Safari translation, the browser may ask for your permission to process your request.
  • Make sure to tap on Enable Translation in the popup to confirm.

Enable Safari translation

4. Relaunch Safari

At times, just relaunching Safari can let you fix the ill-functioning translation. So, we should give this nifty Safari trick a chance.

  • On iPhone/iPad with the Home Button: Double-press the Home button -> Find Safari in the app switcher and swipe it up.
  • On iPhone/iPad without the Home Button: Swipe up from the home bar to access the App Switcher -> swipe left/right to find Safari and swipe it up.
  • Now, launch Safari -> head over to a specific web page -> tap on the menu AA icon in the address bar -> Translate to “your language”.

5. Check Language Settings

Take a look at the language settings and ensure that the languages you want to use are selected.

  • To do so, launch the Settings app -> Scroll down and choose Translate.
  • Now, select Downloaded Languages.
  • Ensure that your preferred languages have been downloaded.
  • Besides, make sure to allow Translate to use your cellular data for translation.

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6. Disable/Enable Translation

If you still can’t translate in Safari, try turning it off and on.

  • Open Safari, tap the “AA” icon in the address bar, and deselect “Translate to [your language]”.
  • Now, force quit Safari (swipe up from the Home Bar to bring up the App Switcher -> swipe up Safari).
  • Next, launch Safari -> head over to the web page you want to translate -> tap on the AA icon, and select “Translate to [your language]”.

7. Check Website Compatibility

Do note that not all websites support Safari’s translation feature. If you don’t see the “Translate” feature in Safari’s menu, that means a particular website is yet to be compatible with it.

8. Check Restrictions

While customizing Screen Time, you might have accidentally restricted web content in Safari.

  • To get rid of the restriction, head into Settings -> Screen Time -> Content & Privacy Restrictions -> Content Restrictions -> Web Content.
  • Ensure that the “Unrestricted” option is not selected.

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9. Disable All Extensions

If you recently installed some extensions like content blockers, they might be preventing Safari’s translation from functioning properly.

  • Go to the Settings app on your iPhone/iPad -> Scroll down and choose Safari -> Extensions -> Select a specific extension and turn it off.

10. Disable VPN

While it might sound too harsh, VPN, at times, tends to slow down browsing and even block certain features.

  • On your iPhone, navigate to Settings app -> VPN and turn it off.

11. Clear All Website Data

Should Safari translation continue to misbehave, wipe out the pileup of entire website data.

  • Navigate to the Settings on your iPhone -> Safari -> Advanced -> Website Data -> Remove All Website Data and confirm.

12. Clear Safari Website Data

On many occasions, I have managed to fix issues related to Safari by clearing the entire history and website data.

  • On your iOS device, launch Settings -> Safari -> Clear History and Website Data.
  • Choose the desired timeframe -> select a Safari profile and hit Clear History.

Clear Safari profile of specific duration on iPhone and iPad

13. Restart Your Device

A simple restart can work wonders in fixing miscellaneous problems. So, it would be wise to give soft reset a chance to show its magic as well.

14. Update Software

If your iPhone is still stuck with outdated software, I suspect it could be at the heart of the problem.

  • To update the software, go to Settings -> General -> Software Update -> check for and install the available software update.

Choose software update

15. Factory Reset Your Device

No luck as yet? For a good number of iPhone users, factory reset has brought Safari translation back on track. Therefore, we will go for this solution as well.

Before taking on this effective troubleshooter, you should know that it will remove all the custom settings such as network settings and home screen layout.

  • Dive into the Settings app -> General -> Transfer or Reset iPhone/iPad -> Reset -> Reset All Settings.

Reset All Settings

There you go! I hope Safari translation has started to work as usual. Do not forget to let us know about the tips that have helped you fix the translation issue. And yes, if you know any other secret ways of resolving it, make sure to tip me about that as well.

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Follow these simple troubleshooting steps to fix Safari web page translation feature if it isn’t working properly on your iPhone or iPad.

Safari now comes with a translation feature baked into the browser, making it easier than ever to translate a web page on iPhone and iPad.

Once enabled, text is translated in-line on the webpage that you’re viewing. It’s a handy tool if you want to read websites that are written in different languages, and it’s available right in the address bar in Safari. However, Safari is not immune to issues. Recently, several users have reported that Safari translation is not working on their iPhone or iPad. If you also find Safari unable to translate web pages, we’ll show you how to fix it.

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Here’s how you can fix Safari if it’s not translating web pages on iPhone and iPad.

1. What are the Requirements for Using Safari Translation?

You can use Apple’s native web page translation feature inside Safari on an iPhone, iPad, and Mac running iOS 14 or later, iPadOS 14 or later, or macOS Big Sur or later.

2. Safari Translation Supported Languages

If you don’t see the language for translation in Safari, make sure the language is supported. Safari web page translation supported languages include:

  • Chinese (Simplified)
  • Chinese (Traditional)
  • Portuguese (Brazil)

3. Right Way to Enable and Use Safari Translation

  • Launch Safari on your iPhone or iPad, then visit a webpage that’s in a language you’d like to translate and watch for the address bar to indicate that a translation is available.
  • 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.
  • The first time you do this, Apple will ask your permission to process your request. Tap Enable Translation.
  • 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.

4. Add more language to Safari translation

Apple says that " the availability of translations and the number of languages that can be translated may vary by country or region ."

With that in mind, you can have more options for Safari translation by adding that language to your system’s language settings.

Go to Settings > General > Language & Region > Add Language and select a language . Now, you can choose to set this new language as your primary system language for all menus, settings, and everything. However, if you only need to use it for translation, tap **Use English **(or your current system language). This will add the new language to your iPhone but still keep English as the primary system language.

Now go to Safari, and it should automatically refresh your open web pages. After that, follow the above steps, and you will see Translate Website instead of Translate to English. Tap Translate Website and pick a language .

5. Close Safari and then reopen it

Closing and reopening Safari can fix minor software bugs preventing the app from translating web pages.

If your iPhone has a Home button, double-press it to open the app switcher. If your iPhone doesn’t have a Home button, swipe up from the bottom to the center of the screen. Hold your finger in the center of the screen until the app switcher opens.

Then, swipe Safari up and off the top of the screen. You’ll know Safari is closed when it no longer appears in the app switcher.

Open Safari again to see if it can translate web pages. If it’s not, move onto the next step!

6. Update your iPhone

Apple frequently releases updates to fix existing bugs and introduce new features. Ensure that your iPhone has the latest version of iOS. Since Safari is part of iOS, updating will also update Safari if there are updates to Safari. You can check for updates by going to Settings > General > Software Update . If there is an update, follow the instructions and update your iPhone. Simply tap the Update Now button and follow the steps. After updating, open Safari and check if you can use the translate feature.

7. Restart your iPhone

Restarting your iPhone can fix a variety of small software issues, including one that may be preventing Safari translation from working.

  • iPhone X and later: Press the side button and the volume up button until the Power Off slider appears. Slide it, then wait 30 seconds. Press the side button until the Apple logo appears.
  • iPhone 6S, 7, 8 or SE(2nd or 3rd gen): Press and hold the side button until the Power Off slider appears. Slide it, then wait 30 seconds. Press the side button until the Apple logo appears.

8. Clear website data and cache

If your issue continues, delete website data in Safari to try to fix this problem. Following the steps below will erase history, cookies, cache and other web data. You should also note that when you do this, the data will also be erased from your other devices signed into the same iCloud account.

  • On your iPhone, go to Settings > Safari .
  • Tap Clear History and Website Data .
  • Tap Clear History to confirm.

9. Clear All Website Data

On many occasions, I have managed to fix issues related to Safari by clearing all website data.

  • On your iPhone, tap Settings .
  • Go to Safari and scroll all the way to down and tap Advanced .
  • Tap Website Data .
  • Tap Remove All Website Data .

10. Disable Safari Extensions

Your Safari extensions may cause this problem because one of your extensions may be causing a conflict. Turn off your Safari extensions to see if they are the problem.

  • Open the Settings app.
  • Tap Safari .
  • Tap Extensions .
  • Turn off all of the extensions.

Now, force-quit Safari and open again. If Safari is now working, this means that one or more of your extensions are causing your problem. What you can do is to turn on extensions one by one until you find the problematic one. When you find it, you can update or delete the associated app to fix your problem. If Safari is not working still, you can now enable your extensions.

11. Check that JavaScript is enabled

Should Safari translation continue to misbehave, check that JavaScript is enabled.

  • Open Settings and tap on Safari .
  • Scroll down and tap on Advanced .
  • If JavaScript is off, toggle the switch to turn it on.

12. Disable/Enable Translation

If you still can’t translate in Safari, try turning it off and on.

  • Open Safari.
  • Tap the aA button in the far-left of the address bar, and deselect “Translate to [your language]”.
  • Now, force quit Safari (swipe up from the Home Bar to bring up the App Switcher -> swipe up Safari).
  • Next, launch Safari -> 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.

13. Check for VPN and security software

Sometimes VPN can interfere with Safari functionality.

  • Open Settings, then tap on General.
  • Tap on VPN & Device Management, then tap VPN.
  • Look for any VPN that may be installed. If you have VPN software, you can delete it or contact the developer for more information about how the software could be affecting Safari web page translation feature.
  • Also, look at Settings > General > Profiles. If this option doesn’t exist, you don’t have any profiles installed. If you see something here, it may have been installed by the system administrator for your company, and you should talk to them.

14. Check if restrictions are turned on on your iPhone or iPad

It is possible you’ve turned on restrictions on your iPhone. Make sure that Web Content is not restricted. Here is how you can check this:

  • Go to Settings -> Screen Time -> Content & Privacy Restrictions .
  • Tap Content Restrictions , then Web Content .
  • Ensure that the “Unrestricted” option is not selected.

15. Reset All Settings

If you are still having this issue, reset all settings and then try again.

To reset all Settings on your iPhone or iPad, head to Settings > General > Transfer or Reset iPhone (iPad) > Reset > Reset all Settings.

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Translate websites directly inside Safari on iPhone and iPad. Download the app, set your output language, follow quick tutorial to enable extension and you are ready to go. Translation service is provided by Google Translate. List of 104 supported languages: Afrikaans, Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Basque, Belarusian, Bengali, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Cebuano, Chichewa, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Corsican, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Filipino, Finnish, French, Frisian, Galician, Georgian, German, Greek, Gujarati, Haitian Creole, Hausa, Hawaiian, Hebrew, Hindi, Hmong, Hungarian, Icelandic, Igbo, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Javanese, Kannada, Kazakh, Khmer, Korean, Kurdish (Kurmanji), Kyrgyz, Lao, Latin, Latvian, Lithuanian, Luxembourgish, Macedonian, Malagasy, Malay, Malayalam, Maltese, Maori, Marathi, Mongolian, Myanmar (Burmese), Nepali, Norwegian, Pashto, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Samoan, Scots Gaelic, Serbian, Sesotho, Shona, Sindhi, Sinhala, Slovak, Slovenian, Somali, Spanish, Sundanese, Swahili, Swedish, Tajik, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Uzbek, Vietnamese, Welsh, Xhosa, Yiddish, Zulu

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Works well for me

I have used this to translate news articles from Spanish to English. It worked well. No automated translator is going to be perfect, so of course the translation will be a bit rough, but it’s good enough that you can understand it. Others have commented that the app only translated the top portion of the page. I did not find that to be true for me. It translated entire news articles. Open the app itself and there are some preferences. If you’re having this problem try changing some of the options there. But for me it did exactly what I wanted it to do. Translate the text of entire pages in safari with two quick taps, without having to copy and paste into another app or page.

Opening New Doors and Conversations

I recently met a Hungarian artist, living in Germany, during Plein Air Live (PAL) 2022 (an annual international virtual artists’ workshop). We were introduced in a 7 attendees private chat room, but time ran out before we could exchange contact information. I contacted the PAL hostess and she helped us reconnect. I am American with Hungarian and German ancestry on my father’s side of the family. So, not only having an artistic connection, we have a heritage connection. I was able to see her press releases on German websites, but unable to read the text. Your translation app has enabled me to read, in English, what the German text revealed about her work. I am so delighted to have found this application because it has opened new doors and conversations I thought I could never enter. Now, not only in the German language, but the several other languages you have available on your app., I can understand what is being presented. Thank you so much, I will recommend it highly!!

Highly Recommended❗️

Updated review: The developer corrected my privacy concerns by adding an auto-delete function—now the app works as it should. Quite a useful app … highly recommended! Original review: This app doubled in size after translating only four web pages—apparently it's caching data from every page that it translates. The only way that I found to remove this data was by deleting and then reinstalling the app. The developer needs to add a "clear the cache" button to the app's user interface. Until this feature is added, Website Translate for Safari poses a fairly large privacy risk.

App Privacy

The developer, Crypto Inc. , indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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iOS 16: How To Translate A Website In Safari On iPhone 14 Pro/Max

In this article, Techschumz will show you how to translate an entire website on Safari on the iPhone 14 series running iOS 16.

There will be times when you search for some information, but the information you find is not in your language. As a result, you will not understand the information, so you will use an app that translates the information for you, which will be time-consuming and challenging. So, why don’t you use Safari’s webpage translation feature on your iPhone 14?

Apple introduced a new feature with the release of iOS 14 called “webpage translation.” This feature enables Safari, the default web browser pre-installed on all Apple devices, to translate webpages into several different languages in real-time. Your list of preferred languages will be used by Safari to determine whether or not it can translate any foreign websites that you visit automatically.

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The PDF format is ideal for document archiving and sharing. So, when you come across an interesting article, you want to save it as a PDF file. Luckily, it is easy to save webpage as PDF on iPhone and iPad. There is no need to download additional apps. You can effortlessly use the built-in options to save the web as a PDF.

Next, I will show you the different methods. You will learn the pros and cons of each method so you can find the one that works best for you.

Part 1. Save Webpage as PDF on iPhone Safari

Safari is the default browser, and the application has many useful features. Most iPhone and iPad users prefer to browse the web with Safari. So, let's first see how to save the webpage as a PDF in Safari on iPhones.

Way 1. Use the Share Feature

The most straightforward way to save a web page as a PDF in Safari is to use the Share feature. This feature even converts web pages into neat documents, making them easier to read. The steps are as follows.

1. Open Safari and go to the webpage you want to save.

2. Tap the Share icon and choose Options . Choose PDF or Reader PDF .

Reader PDF

If you choose PDF , it will save everything on the page; if you select Reader PDF , it will remove unnecessary elements, such as navigation at the top and top of the page. The comparison is as follows:

PDF vs Reader PDF

3. Then, scroll down the share sheet and choose Save to Files .

4. Name the file, select a location, and tap Save .

Way 2. Use the Print Feature

iPhone has a built-in feature called Print. This feature allows users to save files as PDFs on an iPhone . You can also print it out if needed. It will save all the information on the page, but it may not be suitable for reading. Below are the steps to use the Print feature to save the Safari webpage as PDF.

1. In the Safari app, go to the webpage you want to save as a PDF.

2. Tap the Share icon > Find Print in the list and tap it.

Choose Print

3. You can choose the pages you want to keep and adjust other settings.

4. Tap the Share icon again > Choose the Save the Files option.

5. Select a folder to save the PDF.

Way 3. Use the Markup Feature

The Markup feature can highlight a section, add annotations, draw anything, etc., before saving the page. Follow the steps below to create it.

1. Tap the Share icon at the bottom of the webpage.

2. Choose the Markup option.

3. Edit the PDF as needed.

4. Tap Done and choose Save File To...

5. Select a location to save PDF to Files app on iPhone .

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Starting with iOS 13, users can screenshot and save the entire web page as a PDF. If you are interested in this, you can read this article for more details:

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Part 2. Save Webpage as PDF on iPhone Chrome

Google Chrome is one of the most popular browsers in the world. If you browse the web with Chrome, you can use the Print function to save a web page in PDF format.

Here is how to save a webpage in Google Chrome on iPhone:

1. Open Google Chrome and go to the webpage you want to save.

2. Tap the Share icon at the top.

3. Scroll down the share list and choose Print .

4. Select the pages you want to save and adjust the paper size, orientation, and scale.

Chrome Save Webpage as PDF

5. Tap the Share icon again. Choose Save to Files and choose a location.

6. Finally, click Save .

Part 3. An Easy Way to Read, Edit, and Manage PDFs on iPhone

After saving the PDF to the Files app, you can tap the file and read it. You can also use the Markup tool to highlight a section or add text. However, if you want more reading modes and more advanced editing features, then you need to use a professional PDF tool like SwifDoo PDF for iOS .

It will bring you a comfortable PDF reading experience:

✅ Light and dark mode switching

✅ Easily have a PDF read to you

✅ Rotate, reorder, or delete pages

It has a collection of desktop-class annotation tools:

✅ Edit, highlight text, and add text to PDF

✅ Add strikethrough and draw on PDFs

✅ Add notes, shapes, and various stamp

In addition, it allows you to convert, split, merge, and compress PDFs. If you often need to work with PDFs on the move, SwifDoo PDF will be a good helper! You can go to the App Store or click the download button to get the app. It offers a 7-day free trial to let you enjoy all the features.

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Q: How do I print an entire web page as a PDF on my iPhone?

  • Go to the webpage on your iPhone and tap the Share icon.
  • Choose the Print option.
  • Select the printer.
  • Select the pages you need and adjust other settings.
  • Finally, tap Print .

Q: How do I save an entire page as a PDF in Safari on iPhone?

  • In Safari, go to the page you want to save.
  • Tap the Share icon and choose Options .
  • Choose PDF and tap Done .
  • Tap Save to Files and select a location to save the PDF.

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That’s all about how to save webpage as PDF on iPhone and iPad. In Safari or Chrome, you can use the Print feature to convert a webpage to PDF and save it to the Files app. After that, if you need to edit the PDF, then you can use SwifDoo PDF. Very simple! I hope this article is helpful to you.

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  1. How to quickly translate web pages in Safari on iOS and iPadOS

    Here's how to use built-in language translation in Safari in iOS 14, iOS 15, and later. Tap the action button on the left side of the address bar while visiting a site that you need to translate. The button looks like two A's next to each other. Tap Translate to [Your Device Language]. (Image credit: iMore)

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    Once the page loads up, tap on the "aA" icon located to the left side of the address bar. This will give you access to more options. Here, choose "Translate to English" as shown in the screenshot below. Now, you'll get a pop-up on the screen prompting you to turn on the translation feature. Tap on "Enable Translation" to continue.

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    Open Safari → Go to the webpage you want to translate. Tap the AA icon located in the address bar. Select Translate to [language]. For the first time, tap Enable Translation. All web pages of that website will now be translated into the selected language. Note: If you want to revert to the original language, tap the translate icon and select ...

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    Hi there Majestik1285, Thanks for posting in Apple Support Communities. We understand you need help translating websites on your iPhone. Open Safari > go to desired site. If the website allows, you will be able to translate by tapping on the AA in the Address bar and choose Translate to English. Regards.

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