This tutorial will show you how to translate words, sentences, or paragraphs on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. We will also show you how to use the Live Text feature to translate text found in images.
We will guide you through the steps using Safari as our example. But since the translation feature is built into the operating system, you can also use it in all Apple-made apps such as Notes, Photos, Mail, and more. Unfortunately, this doesn't work with all third-party applications.
It’s vital to keep your browsers like Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Opera, Brave, etc., updated on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac. In this safety guide, we tell you why and how to ensure you always have the latest version of web browsers on your Apple devices.
While using Safari, have you noticed that some of your open tabs are missing and you can’t seem to find them? The tabs are most likely still open, you just have to look for them in the right places. Let's show you how.
Here are 11 things you can customize to make Safari truly yours.
You have multiple browser choices on Mac, like Apple's Safari, Google Chrome, Firefox, Brave, Microsoft Edge, and more. This brief tutorial shows you why you might want to change the default web browser and how to set any browser you like as the default in macOS.
Grammarly is a handy writing tool that helps fix grammatical errors, typos, and more. Like me, if you have been using it on your computer, you might want it on your iPhone too. In this tutorial, we show you how to install and use Grammarly on your iPhone - as a keyboard, in the iOS Safari browser, and as an editor.
YouTube Premium is something that, after trying, you won’t ever want to give up. It’s easy to sign up for via your iPhone or iPad’s YouTube app for $15.99, but did you know you can get the exact same YouTube Premium subscription on your iPhone or iPad for just $11.99?
Learn how to quickly refresh a webpage in Apple's Safari browser, especially when using your iPhone with one hand and with the URL address bar displayed at the bottom.
This tutorial shows you the quick way to open multiple websites in just two clicks in Chrome and Safari on Mac. If you have some sites that you visit daily, this trick will help you save time every day. Have a look.
To help you quickly fill a form or instantly check out, Safari can autofill your name, email, phone number, home address, and credit card information on a webpage. This sounds great. But at times, it can get annoying as these suggestions automatically pop up in other text fields or situations when you want to enter different details. Due to these or any other reason, if you don't wish to see contact and payment autofill suggestions in Safari, here's how to disable it on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Safari does not remember any web pages you visit in Private tabs. This means what you browse in Private mode is not saved in your browser history. In iOS 14 and earlier, tapping the Safari new page button (two overlapping squares) from the bottom right showed the option to go private. But in iOS 15 and later, that's no longer there.
Therefore, if you wonder how to open a Safari Private tab on iPhone in iOS 15, here are four quick ways to do that. These may seem different but are easy as before.