How to quickly translate web pages in Safari for iPhone and iPad

If you have an iPhone or iPad, you can easily translate web pages in the Safari browser thanks to the Bing app and its action extension. Instead of cutting and pasting links or text, or switching apps, you can simply go to the page you want to translate, tap a couple of buttons, and watch as the the language changes right before your eyes.

The Bing Search app

You need the Bing app to use the Bing action extension in Safari for iPhone and/or iPad. Once you have it, you can throw it in a folder and forget about it.

How to activate the Bing Search extension in Safari

Before you can actually use the Bing extension for translation, you'll need to activate it. You'll only need to do this once.

  1. Launch Safari on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Pull up any web page and tap on the Share button in the bottom navigation.
  3. In the bottom row of icons, scroll horizontally and tap on the More button.
  4. Turn On the option for Bing translator and drag it to whatever position you'd like it to appear in.

How to quickly translate web pages in Safari for iPhone and iPad

How to translate web pages in Safari for iPhone and iPad with Bing Search

  1. Launch Safari on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Pull up the web page you'd like to translate.
  3. Tap on the Share button in the bottom navigation menu.
  4. Tap on the Bing Translate button in the bottom row of icons.
  5. Bing should automatically translate the page for you.

How to quickly translate web pages in Safari for iPhone and iPadHow to quickly translate web pages in Safari for iPhone and iPad