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How to translate a web page in Chrome

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If you landed on a webpage that isn’t in your preferred language, use Google Chrome’s built-in translation tool to translate webpages. We’ll show you how to use this handy little feature in the Chrome desktop and mobile app.

To offer the translation service, Chrome uses Google Translate. You can turn translation on and off in Chrome, depending on whether you want to use it or not.

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Translate a web page in the desktop version of Chrome

To translate a web page on your desktop, first start Chrome and go to your web page.

When the page loads, next to the address bar in Chrome, you’ll get a translation message. Here, select the language in which you want to translate the content of the page.

Choose a language in the notice.

In case you don’t see the message, open it manually by clicking the Google Translate icon next to the address bar.

Chrome will translate your current web page and display it in your chosen language.

Translated web page in Chrome on desktop.

And everything is ready.

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Translate a web page in Chrome for mobile

To translate web pages from one language to another on your mobile device, first launch the Chrome app on your phone.

In Chrome, open the webpage that isn’t in the language you’re reading. In the bottom bar of Chrome, you will see a translation message. Here, choose the language in which you want to read your page.

Select a language in the notice.

If you don’t see the translation prompt, sign in manually by tapping the three dots in the top right corner of Chrome and selecting “Translate.”

touch "Translate" on the menu.

The translated web page will appear on your screen.

Translated web page in Chrome on mobile.

And this is how you read websites that are in foreign languages ​​both on your desktop and on your mobile phones. Very useful!

Did you know that you can change the default language of Chrome? Check our guide to know how to do it.

RELATED: How to change the default language of Chrome


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