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How to use the translation app on iPhone

How to use the translation app on iPhone

The translation app, as its name suggests, is a tool that facilitates in understanding the meaning of words and phrases in different languages. The application allows translations in 11 languages ​​that can be downloaded for offline consultation.

For people who travel, study or are interested in other languages, the app is very useful for understanding texts and even interpersonal conversations. Its voice feature, improved in iOS 15, acts as a real-time translator – you no longer need to tap the microphone to talk to someone else.

In addition to An apple Extended translation for the entire system. Now any specific word or phrase can be translated while you are using a file Iphone, whether in The WhatsApp or in Safari. This makes the app more efficient and possibly a better option than Google Translate.

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Check out the main functions of translation on iPhone below.

How do you translate words?

Step 1: Open the translate app. Then select the two languages ​​for which you want to get a result.

Choose the desired languages ​​in the translation app – screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

Step 2: Tap the microphone to speak or select the text box to type the word or phrase you want to translate. Then press “Go”.

See the meaning of words in other languages ​​in the app – screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

If you want to know the broader meaning of the word, click on the “Dictionary” button (represented by a book) below the text box.

The dictionary gives the broad meaning of the translated word – screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

Press the “Favorites” button (represented by a star) to bookmark the translation and come back to it later.

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Add subtitles to favorites to save in the app – screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

How to use chat

iOS 15 now allows you to have a seamless conversation with a speaker of another language via subtitles. to do this. Follow next steps:

Step 1: In translation, click on the “Conversation” tab.

Click on the “Chat” tab in the app – screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

Step 2: Just press the microphone button once to chat with another person and receive translation from the app.

Talk to someone and get real-time translation of the dialogue – Screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

To make the conversation easier, you can change the screen orientation using the Face to Face feature. Thus, each side assumes one side of the iPhone to facilitate interaction between interlocutors. To do this, press the button on the left side of the microphone and select the “Face to Face” option.

Change the screen orientation on the indicated button to facilitate dialogue – screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

How to translate anywhere on iPhone

iOS 15 allows you to translate texts and words anywhere on your iPhone. So you don’t need to multitask or search the app whenever you want to know the meaning of a word in another language.

To do this, just select a text in the system and click “Translate”.

Check translation of a word anywhere on iPhone – screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

How to download languages ​​for offline translation

We don’t always have an internet connection enabled on our iPhone, do we? To get around this problem, if you urgently need to translate something, learn how to download languages ​​on iPhone and use Translate Offline app.

Step 1: In the Translate app, open one of the language boxes at the top of the screen. Then click on “Manage Languages…”.

In the translation app you can download languages ​​for offline use – Screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

Step 2: Click the Download button next to the language you want on your device.

Download languages ​​for offline access in translation – screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)