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How to Add Translations to Favorites on iPhone

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If you’re a regular Translate app user on iPhone (or iPad), you may wish to take advantage of the favorite translations feature, for particular phrases or commonly referenced translations. Maybe there’s a particular phrase that you need translation for every now and then, for example, common questions like “What’s a good restaurant?” or “Where is the nearest gas station?” or anything else really, you can translate it once using the app and add it to your favorites.

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How to Enable On-Device Translate Mode on iPhone

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Have you tried out the Translate app on your iPhone to make language translations and communicate with someone who speaks a different language? If so, you may be interested in using its on-device mode to make sure the translations are not made on Apple’s servers.

For those who aren’t aware, Apple has added an all-new Translate app to make real-time language translations easy and convenient on the iPhone. It competes against the offerings made by Google, Microsoft, and other third-party developers. Of course, just like any other translation app or service,…

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How to Delete Translation History in Apple Translate App on iPhone

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Are you a frequent user of the native Translate app on your iPhone? Perhaps, you travel a lot or reside in a foreign country where you’ll need to translate your first language? If so, you may want to clear your translation history every now and then, similar to why anyone would want to clear their browsing history. Or perhaps you just want to clear the translation history for privacy reasons.

For those who aren’t aware, Apple Translate is a stock app available in the latest iOS and iPadOS releases, and it aims to compete against Google Translate and…

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How to Check Definitions of Translated Words in Translate on iPhone

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Do you use Apple’s Translate app to communicate with those who speak a different language? Or are you using the Translate app to learn a foreign language yourself? If you’re curious to learn a little bit of the language, you may often want to check the definitions of the translated words. The Translate app on iPhone and iPad makes this easy.

The native translation app that’s preinstalled on devices running iOS 14 and later makes language translations easy and far more convenient. However, that’s not the only thing that the app can do. Apple Translate…

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How to Use Conversation Mode to Translate Speech Live on iPhone & iPad

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Traveling to a foreign country is a great experience for sure, but one of the downsides is being unable to communicate properly with someone who speaks a different language. Apple aims to address this problem with the Translate app, an excellent feature on iPhone and iPad, that, as the name implies, allows you to translate languages. Conversation Mode is even better, in that it allows for live language translation while people are speaking, all using iPhone.

To compete against the likes of Google and Microsoft, Apple released a Translate app with iOS 14 or…

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How to Use Offline Translation on iPhone & iPad by Downloading Languages

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One of the interesting recent additions to iPhone and iPad is Apple’s own Translate app, which allows for translation of speech and text right from iOS and iPadOS. This is Apple’s take on real-time language translations that competes against the likes of Google, Microsoft, and other third-party developers. By default, translation requires the usage of the internet, but you can use offline translations by downloading languages, which is what we’ll cover how to do here.

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How to Finally Translate (Almost) Any Text in iOS 15

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As we near ever closer to iOS 15’s fall 2021 release, more and more features are being added to the beta builds. One of the latest additions is a new, system-level translation feature that can translate just about any text on your iPhone’s screen.

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How to Translate Webpages in Safari on iPhone & iPad

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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….

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How to Use Translate Webpages in Safari for Mac

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Ever ended up on a webpage in a different language and wished you could translate it instantly? With the latest versions of Safari for Mac, you can use a native translation feature to convert a webpage from a foreign language to your native tongue. This is fantastic for many obvious reasons, particularly if you want to read international news from an original source rather than a regurgitated spin version from a US outlet.

Safari’s built-in language translation feature is available for all modern versions of Safari, so as long as you’re running Safari 14 or…

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How to Translate Webpages in Safari on iPhone & iPad with Microsoft Translator

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As you may already know, Google Chrome offers the ability to translate webpages on iPhone and iPad from one language to another, helping you convert webpages from something like Spanish or Chinese to English (and of course any other combination of languages). While the iPhone and iPad gain this feature natively with Safari in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, earlier versions of Safari do not support language translation by default. Not to worry though, because with Microsoft Translator you can give Safari the capability of converting webpages from one language to another.

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