2 Ways to Translate Webpages You Can Try Right Now!

2 Ways to Translate Webpages You Can Try Right Now!

Geekers - While you surf the internet using a computer or PC, what do you usually do? Streaming videos on youtube? Or surfing on social media? Yes, indeed these two activities are two things that have recently been booming and are being carried out by many internet residents in various parts of the world.


However, we cannot deny that the main strength of the internet is browsing. With the internet, we can dive into various information from various parts of the world without any national or language barriers. Yes, Language. You can now understand the information conveyed by the announcer in writing using a foreign language such as Japanese or Spanish with only a few changes to the settings.



Yes, we understand you are curious. That's why we are here to describe a few tips and tutorials on how to translate web pages that use foreign languages.

Translating Web Pages on an Android Phone

Translate Web Pages on Laptop / PC


1. How to Translate Web Pages on PC / Laptop


1 First connect your computer to the internet, then open your Google Chrome browser.


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2 At the top right, more precisely in the menu section, please click the vertical three dot icon as shown in the image below then please select Settings.


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3 Next you will be presented with the Settings page. Please scroll down until you see the Languages Sub Menu. Please click on Language.


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4 After you click on Language, you will see several languages that you have used. Then you will see one sentence "Offer to translate pages that aren't in a language you read". Please click to activate the help menu.


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5 Next, you can try opening a site or website in a foreign language such as Spanish, then your Google Chrome browser will give a pop-up notification asking you whether you want to change the writing in a foreign language to a language that you recognize.


2. How to Translate Web Pages on an Android Phone




1 First, please make sure your smartphone is connected to the internet, of course. Then please open the Google Chrome application that you have installed on your smartphone.


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2 Next on the top right of the screen, you can see a vertical three dot icon. Please click the icon then click or select Settings.


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3 You will be directed to the settings page of Google Chrome. On this page, please click on the Languages menu.


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4 Then you will be presented with the Languages page. On this page, you can set which language you want as the main language. At the bottom of this Languages page you will find a sub menu that says “Offer to translate pages in other languages.� Please click on this menu then click the Back sign at the top left of the screen.


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5 You will be redirected back to the browsing page from Chrome. Please open a site or website page that uses a foreign language. At the bottom of the page there will be a new menu that allows you to translate or translate this site page from a foreign language to the default language that you installed on the language setting page earlier. Please select the language you want to translate, after you select or click on the destination language, all web pages will be translated into that language.


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This feature is basically a basic or basic feature that is owned by Google. So you can only do it on the Google Chrome browser. How, quite easy is not the way? Please try the tutorial on how to translate the web page above and good luck!



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