If the web browser used on your Android phone or iPhone is Google Chrome, you may have noticed that every time you visit a website in English and a language other than the default, Chrome will display a message asking if you want to translate the website into your language. This can be quite annoying especially if you understand what or want to display the page in its original language.
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The message will be displayed every time you visit a website in another language than the default or even every time you refresh the page. This in my opinion is an ordeal. In my case I have an iPhone and every time I visit a website in English, Chrome asks me if I want to translate the page. It is true that after denying the translation, Chrome shows me a message in which we can either disable the attempt to translate this specific website or completely disable the translation of any website in the current language of the website visited.
Although this gives you some control over the translation of Websites during your visit in Chrome, the translation messages may reappear if we visit another website in the same language or any other website in a different language. It was then when I decided to investigate if Chrome for Android and iPhone allowed to completely disable the translation question of Webs in another language to the default.
The truth is that you can completely disable the question of website translation in the Google Chrome browser for Android or iPhone. That is why below we show you all the steps to follow so that Chrome stops showing the Web translation message on your Android phone or iPhone:
How to disable the website translation message in Chrome for iPhone.
– Open Chrome on your iPhone and access a website in a language other than the default one.
– When the message is displayed, as we have mentioned, you can decide that you do not want to translate it or close the message.
– After this first message you will see a second message in which you can choose between 2 options
- Never translate from English.
- Never translate between site.
– If you want to completely eliminate the translation questions, you will also have to click on the icon in the form of three ellipsis at the bottom right of the screen.
– This will show the menu in which you will have to select the option Setting.
– On the next screen you will have to select the option: Content settings.
– Finally, you only have to click on: Google Translate. After this you will have to deactivate the switch next to the option: Google translator.
– From this moment on you will see how when you visit any website in another language than your iOS device you will never receive the translation message again.
How to disable the website translation message in Chrome for Android.
– Open the Chrome app and go to the Web that is in a language other than the default one.
– When the translation message is displayed, you will have to click on the icon with three vertical dots.
– This will bring up a menu with the options:
- Always translate the pages in English.
- Never translate the pages in English.
- Never translate this site.
– After selecting any of these options, if you want to completely stop receiving translation messages from websites in other languages, you will have to click on the three vertical points at the top right of the screen.
– In the menu you will have to access Setting and later to Languages.
– Once here we can only deactivate the option switch. Offer the translation of pages in other languages.
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