5 extensions to translate your web browser

how to translate your browser languages

We all need to browse websites in our own language, but not all websites we browse have translated content; which is why add-ons are indispensable for understanding web content. Today we'll look at the most popular web translator add-ons that you can install in your web browser.

Google Translate

Google Translate how to translate your browser languages

Most web browsers come with a Google translate service. If you are browsing a website in another language and a translation is available, the Chrome web browser will display an icon in the address bar that will allow you to translate the page instantly.

To set up more than one language, click on the option “Languages” where you can set up specific languages and add or delete the languages in which you want to translate the content.

S3 Translator

Google translate also uses the add-on S3 Translator. The add-on supports translation of selected text, entered phrase or whole webpage into over 100 languages. This add-on is available for Firefox and Chrome.

Many translation add-ons can be integrated into web browsers, but they all have the same problem: when translating content, the format of the selected text is lost. In this case S3.Translator retains the HTML formatting of web pages.

Reverso Context

Another practical translator tool integrated in the web browser is Reverso Context. When you select a word or a sentence, the result of the search will be shown in the selected target language together with synonyms according to the context.

Reverso Context

The add-on is available for Firefox and Chrome and supports several languages: English, French, Italian, Russian, German, Portuguese, Arabic, Dutch, Hebrew and Polish.


Rememberry is available for Google Chrome and makes the translation just by selecting the word that we want to translate. When we select it, we set up the target language and translation alternatives are displayed. More than 100 supported languages.

Rememberry how to translate your browser languages


Also for Chrome and Opera, XTranslate combines Google, Yandex and Bing translators to offer translations of words or entire websites into more than 100 languages.

xtranslate how to translate your browser languages


Just select the word you want to translate and right click to translate it, or you can translate the whole website into any language you like. You can customise the target language from the icon on the address bar.

If you want to make sure that your website visitors don't find this problem when they browse your website, you should use a website translation service that offers a solution designed specifically to meet your needs.