With the advent of Smartphones, translators became one of the most popular apps. Thanks to them, not only can we enjoy content in other languages, but they also allow us to communicate with people who do not understand our language. At least if it works well.
What happens to these translators is that most of them rely on what they learn from the users themselves. And that was something Apple wanted to solve. For this reason, and as part of iOS 14, Apple has introduced its own translation solution. The only one who is not is now available as a standalone application
Safari is one of the cases where the new Apple translator plays a key role. Similar to desktop browsers, with which we can automatically translate text of the pages we visit. However, its availability was not the same as that of the app. At least, so far.
At the time of launch, translation of the Safari machine was limited to a few regions, mainly English-speaking. Fortunately, and according to 9to5Mac, things are starting to change quickly. According to some users, this functionality has begun to emerge in countries like Germany or Brazil.
This feature, with updated regional availability, would only be available on iOS 14.2, the latest version of the program but also on iOS 14.1
For both the standalone application and the Safari or Siri translation, the suggestion is clear. Give the opportunity to translate into several languages, eleven at present, with a high level of privacy. So in case you need to translate something into Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Korean, Portuguese, Portuguese, Russian, or Spanish, Apple will help you.