How do you translate an entire web page? February 28, 2018 Tech Tips No Comments You can find language-translation options from certain browsers, search engines or websites. For example, Google’s Chrome browser for computers, Android and iOS have translation tools built in and may even volunteer to automatically translate a page that is not in your preferred language settings. A free Google Translate extension for Chrome gives you the ability to quickly translate highlighted portions of a page.Google and Microsoft both offer online tools for converting pasted text, documents or entire web pages between dozens of languages. When using either the Google or Bing search engine to look for foreign-language sites, you may see a “Translate this page” link on the results page that transforms the site into your default language with a click.The Google Translate site can convert pasted sections of text, uploaded documents or entire websites when you enter the URL into the box on the page. It can also translate speech. The mobile app version (available for Android and iOS) has even more features, with the ability to translate bilingual conversations, text in images and handwriting. The Android version of Google Translate now works within any app on the device so you do not have to paste text in and out of another program to convert it. Microsoft’s Bing Translator page converts chunks of pasted text from a site, too. You can also paste a site’s URL into the first box on the Bing Translator page and choose English as the destination language. When you hit the Enter key, the site provides a new link in the translation box that you can click to go read the entire site in English. Windows 10 users can use the Microsoft Translator add-on for the Edge browser to instantly translate web pages, and a Microsoft Translator app for Android and iOS devices translates bilingual conversations and foreign language text in pictures. Microsoft’s Skype program for video, audio and text chat has its own Translator tool you can use with the Skype software on Windows, Mac and Linux systems to translate real-time spoken conversations in eight languages. Stand-alone mobile apps and software for language translation are also available around the web. Keep in mind that the instant software translation between languages may not be perfect or as nuanced as what an experienced human interpreter can provide, but you should be able to get a general idea of what the web page or story is about. redpenguin Subscribe to our mailing list Posts Marketing (3) Search Engine Optimization (5) Social Media (4) Tech Tips (78) Technically Speaking Television Show (43) Technology Classes (1) Uncategorized (21) Recent Commentsredpenguin on How to Find Hidden & Saved Passwords in Windowsredpenguin on Some more Tips for Smartphonesredpenguin on Some Holiday Shopping Tech tips… Money and time saving.Kathaleen Grier on Some Holiday Shopping Tech tips… Money and time saving.parasite on Some more Tips for SmartphonesSearch Search for: February 2021 S M T W T F S 123456 78910111213 14151617181920 21222324252627 28 « Nov More from our blog See all posts Keyboard shortcuts you’re not using Every time you lift your hand off the keyboard and reach for… Continue reading Tips for working from Home Many of us are working from home and have been for some… Continue reading Some more Keyboard tips Those of us who spend hours a day on the computer may… Continue reading There’s an app for that!! You can access useful apps on the Google Play Store (Android users) and the App… Continue reading Some tech tips for using a Tablet Tablets Computer tablets are very convenient and are very similar to your… Continue reading Some more Tips for Smartphones It is very hard nowadays to have a cell phone that is… Continue reading Tips Especially for Tablet Users Everyone, nowadays, seems to have a tablet, whether IPad or Android. I've… Continue reading How to take better Mobile Phone Pictures Smartphone cameras have only gotten more phenomenal in the past three years,… Continue reading Prev. Post All Posts Next Post [easy-share counters=1 counter_pos="inside" native="no" hide_total="yes" fullwidth="yes" fullwidth_fix="100"] No Comments Recent Posts Keyboard shortcuts you’re not using February 17, 2021 Tips for working from Home February 17, 2021 Some more Keyboard tips February 15, 2021 Leave a Comment cancel Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.