Learn how to use the built-in translate feature inside Gmail on your phone and computer to read emails written in foreign languages without leaving Gmail or needing external translation services.
The iPhone and iPad's native Translate app incorporated support for more languages starting with iOS & iPadOS 16, which may be a bummer for anyone who’s currently jailbroken on iOS or iPadOS 15 by comparison.
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.
Having the ability to translate between two different languages can be an invaluable asset, especially if you’ve been shirking on foreign language studies.
With the release of macOS 12 Monterey, Apple has finally brought system-wide translation to the Mac. You can try out the feature if you've installed the latest macOS 12 Public beta. However, the translation is still not system-wide as Apple stated. The feature works in some apps, and can be glitchy at times. Not to worry though, as all these limitations and kinks should be ironed out in the final release.
You can automatically translate Instagram stories text not in your native language into any of the more than 90 supported languages, and we show you how to do it in Instagram's app.
There are some instances where the iPad is missing out on some Apple-specific apps. The Weather and Calculator apps, for instance. And for folks who believe the Translate app would be a good fit for the iPad, well, Apple apparently agrees.
The Translate app that Apple introduced with iOS 14 is a handy tool. As we do business or work with people from around the world, a built-in translation tool is certainly convenient.
While Translate doesn’t offer loads of features, it does give you the essentials. One of these being your translation history. This lets you easily grab translations you’ve received before to reuse. And for translations you’ll never need again, like those silly ones you used just to play with the app, you can remove them from your history.
Here, we’ll show you how to view and delete your history in Translate on iPhone as well as turn past translations into favorites.
Being bilingual has its perks, but since not everyone has the luxury of knowing more than one language by heart, translation services often lend assistance to those wanting to know how to say something in another language. There’s just one problem: accessing said translation services can be cumbersome, often requiring the user to visit a website or switch to another app.
Here to help with the aforementioned dilemma is Tranzlo, a newly released and free jailbreak tweak by iOS developer MiRO92 that aspires to make language translation much less of a chore on iPhones and iPads.
After becoming available to customers in Brazil and Germany earlier this month, the new Safari webpage translation feature in iOS 14, iPadOS 14 and macOS Big Sur has reportedly is now reportedly working in additional countries, including France and Sweden.
The new feature in iOS 14, iPadOS 14 and macOS 11 Big Sur that allows you to translate whole webpages in Safari is now available in Brazil and Germany.
Defining foreign words is easier than ever before with Apple's Translate app. Follow along with us as we show you how to look up words in foreign dictionaries using Translate for iPhone and iPad.