How to Use Apple Translate App on iPhone in iOS 14: Search History and Add to Favorite

Last Updated on Jun 23, 2020

Even in the world suffering from such a huge pandemic, Apple managed to release the iOS 14. Certainly, Apple announced dozens of features, that we were expecting, one of them is Apple’s own Translate app. Unlike other translating apps, the Translate App by Apple is entirely dependent upon the iOS device’s Neural Engine; you don’t need to have an internet connection, to use the Translate App. It merely takes a second to translate your input into the desired language. There are two options, whether to type or use inbuilt voice dictation the input that you want to translate with the help of the Translate App.

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Apple’s debut to Translating field brings hope to the Apple users, believe me, I’ve used the Translate App on my iPhone, it works faster, accurate, and better than expected. You won’t feel lost in foreign countries, Translate App has back on you, the machine learning makes the functionality smoother, and notably corrects to some extent when input is given wrong.

How to Use Translate App on iOS 14 iPhone

What are the Languages Supported in Translate App on iOS 14 iPhone?

Right now, Apple has only added 11 Languages, check the list, and if the language to which you want to translate doesn’t appear in the list, make sure to keep the iPhone update, anytime apple will add more languages.

  1. Arabic
  2. Chinese
  3. English
  4. Spanish
  5. French
  6. German
  7. Italian
  8. Russian
  9. Portuguese
  10. Japanese
  11. Korean

How to Translate using Translate App on iPhone: Offline or Online

  1. Launch the Translate App on your iPhone.

    Open Apple Translate App on iPhone Home Screen

    Open Apple Translate App on iPhone Home Screen

  2. Tap on the first tab to select the language that you want to translate.
  3. Under All Languages, choose one.

    Change and Select Language for Translater text Using Apple Translate App

    Change and Select Language for Translator text Using Apple Translate App

  4. To use the Translate App offline on iPhone, download the Language package.

    Download Langage for Offline translate or Turn on Automatic Detection

    Download Langage for Offline translate or Turn on Automatic Detection

  5. Then move back and tap on the Language to which you want to translate.
  6. Also, download that language.
  7. Scroll down and make sure the Automatic Detection is Enabled.
  8. It will automatically detect the language when you type or dictate.
  9. Now everything is good to go, exit the settings, and go back to the main screen of the Translate App.

    Translate language on iPhone Translate app add in Favorite or Remove

    Translate language on iPhone Translate app add-in Favorite or Remove

  10. If you prefer typing then, enter the sentence or string that you want to translate or tap on Voice Dictation icon (See in above picture).

How to Make Language Favorite in Translate App iPhone?

You don’t have to follow the tedious process for every time while using the Translate App, to avoid this, don’t forget to mark it Favorite.

  1. Open the Translate app on the iOS device.
  2. Tap on the Language card that you have used recently, on the translating menu, look for the Star icon.
  3. Hit the Star.

    Translate language on iPhone Translate app add in Favorite or Remove

    Translate language on iPhone Translate app add in Favorite or Remove

  4. The Favorite Languages can be accessed separately from the Favorite tap in the bottom.
  5. Likewise, use the same iPhone’s traditional swipe left gesture to remove it from Favorites.

    Manage Favorites and Remove from History on iPhone Translate App

    Manage Favorites and Remove from History on iPhone Translate App

  6. That’s it.

How to Remove Language Card from Recents in Translate App iPhone?

I understand how irritating it is when unwanted things occupy and create clutter in the iPhone, the same as the recently used translation languages. Thankfully, iOS 14 lets you remove the recently used languages from Translate App on iPhone.

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  1. Most probably it appears in the Favorite section, so tap on Favorite.

    Clear History on Translate App on iPhone

    Clear History on Translate App on iPhone

  2. Under Recents, swipe left on the language card and tap Delete.

I hope you Enjoying most Advanced and Secure Translate app on your iOS device.

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