How to translate any webpage on your iPhone with a free browser extension, so you can read foreign websites and articles

The internet is open to everyone, but language barriers can prevent you from reading articles and texts that are only available in foreign languages.

However, with only an iPhone’s Safari app and the Microsoft Translator extension, you can quickly and easily translate any text on your phone and Iphone Cases.

I’ve tested it on periodicals in French, Chinese, and more, and found it perfectly capable of translating anything I need.

Here’s how to translate a page on your iPhone using Microsoft Translator.

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How to translate a page on an iPhone and LG Cases
Install the translator
1. Download the Microsoft Translator from the App Store, and it should automatically become an extension to your Safari app.

2. Open Safari on your iPhone.

3. Tap the Share button at the bottom (the rectangle with an arrow coming out of it).

4. Now:

On iOS 13 and later
Scroll down to the very bottom of the Share menu. The Translator option should be at the bottom. If it isn’t, tap “Edit Actions…” and find it on the screen that appears, then tap the switch next to it to turn it green.