How to translate a website with Google translate

El Google Translator is a very useful tool for translating any text. But what if what you want to translate is not a specific text, but an entire web page? No problem. This app also allows you to do it. The process is quite simple and straightforward if you use Google Chrome. But in the event that you opt for another browser, it is also possible to do so and it is not complicated at all.

How to use Google Translate to translate your websites

Different from the web version

If you have ever used the web version of Google Translator, surely you know that translating a website is very simple. All you have to do is copy and paste a web address into the search box. But if you do the same in the app you will not get the same result. That leads many to think that it is not possible to translate a website from the Android app. Nothing could be further from the truth.

The only thing you will have to do is carry out a slightly different process, but to use it from the mobile screen it can be even easier.

If you use Google Chrome as your browser, the process is quite simple. You will simply have to open the browser menu, pressing the three points that appear in the upper right corner. Next, you will need to select the Translate option.

This will open a small Google translate menu at the bottom of the screen where you can choose the language you want the text to be translated into.

What if you don't use Chrome?

But if you use another browser, you also have the option to translate. To do this, you will have to start the same process, that is, open the menu. But in this case you will have to select the Share option. Among the options that appear to share, select the Google Translator.

From there you can choose the language to which you want to pass the text of the web, so that it is translated automatically.

The translation, contrary to what we may think, will not open in the translator application. It will be in the window of the navigator where we will see the translated text. Thus, you can continue browsing with the text in the language you want, something that can be much more practical.

Have you ever used Google translate to translate a web page? Do you think the process is easy? Did you do it from Chrome or from another browser? If you wish, you can share your experiences in the comments section that you can find at the bottom of this article.


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