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How to Translate WebPage in Chrome Android Language Settings

Learn how to translate site pages into the native using Google translate in Chrome Android. The translation works in real-time and supports most languages.

The Chrome browser for Android is integrated with Google Translate, which helps detect foreign languages and translations. We must configure the Translate option by selecting the desired output language and automatic translation; Chrome will auto-detect and translate the entire text line by line.

Auto-Translate Web Page on Chrome browser

Have you visited a website not in your native language or a language you do not know? Do not worry; Google Translate is here to help you. Google Chrome’s built-in translation feature uses Google Translate to convert your preferred language.

When buying something online, I compare prices across local and international websites. I also check websites like and, etc., which are famous but not in English. Hence, I always need a language translator to make this text readable.

Though the translation is not 100% accurate, it is enough to read and digest the foreign language.

You also have the option to choose the default language so that every time you visit a foreign website, it’s automatically converted into a known language.

Translate Website Text

This is the primary way to translate any website and invoke the translation bar in Chrome Android. The translation bar has multiple options, making your translation better and more automated.

Chrome browser’s ability to translate pages is a handy feature if you spend a lot of time browsing international websites or articles. Here are the steps to enable page translation:

  1. Launch the Chrome app for Android.
  2. Access any webpage that you want to translate.
  3. Tap on the More vertical 3dots icon options and select Translate… from the list.
    Chrome Android Translate Option
  4. A Google Translation bar will appear at the bottom of the screen.
  5. Tap on More vertical 3dots icon in the translation bar.
    Google Translate Bar in Chrome Android Option Menu
  6. Select the desired option for automatic translation based on your needs.
  7. Select the ‘More languages‘ option to change your default translation.
    Chrome Android Translate More Languages

This way, your accessed web page will automatically translate to the selected language.

Google Translate currently supports multiple local and international languages; all options are available under the More Languages menu.

If you’ve chosen the auto-translate option, the next time you visit a foreign language website, Chrome will automatically translate and display the text.

Video Demo

Watch this video on using the Chrome translate feature for automatic translation and choosing a different language.

How to Translate WebPage in Chrome Android Language Settings?

Bottom Line

Google Chrome’s auto-translation works like a charm! It can translate many foreign and native languages into readable text formats. If you visit any foreign language website like Chinese or Japanese, consider using the Google Chrome translate feature.

After discovering the translation feature, everything became more accessible and convenient.

Please note that the translation feature only works on text, not graphical images or videos. You can use any OCR app for translating text within any image file.

Similarly, you can enable the auto-translate on Chrome computers just like we did for smartphones.

Do you find the auto-translation feature helpful on Chrome? What is a foreign language you visit to translate?

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Kushal Azza

Kushal is a Bachelor of Engineering, a Certified Google IT Support Professional, and a Digital-Tech Geek. He has over a decade of experience solving tech problems, troubleshooting, and creating digital solutions. Follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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