How to Use Vivaldi Translate to Auto-Translate Webpages

You have heard of many online translation services such as Bing Translate, Google Translate or Yandex Translate, but now there is yet another online translation service available for you. The new translation service is called Vivaldi Translate and it comes built inside the Vivaldi web browser.

Vivaldi Translate is powered by Lingvanex Translator which is highly acclaimed professional translation service. It uses machine translation to translated between a large number of supported languages. Lingvanex is also available as an extension for various web browsers and as an app for Windows, macOS and Linux. It supports 108 languages and can translate not only text but voice, images, files and websites.

The technology provided by Lingvanex is being hosted on Vivaldi servers for the use by Vivaldi users as Vivaldi Translate. Having a dedicated server for translation makes it very fast for Vivaldi browser. It also ensures that your private data stays private and is not shared with any of the third-party servers.

Vivaldi Translate

In the Vivaldi web browser (version 4.0 and above), you can visit a website that is not in your native languages. Detecting the languages, Vivaldi will show a popup asking your permission to translate that webpage. For example, when I visited La Monde website (French daily newspaper) in Vivaldi, it showed “translate to English” popup.

Vivaldi Translate

In this language translation popup, you can select the check box “Always translate French” (or any other language. This ensure that when the next time you visit a French site, it is automatically translated by Vivaldi Translate. Similarly, we can choose other options such as Never Translate, Never Translate this Site, offer to translated pictures.

Even if you do not get any translate popup from Vivaldi web browser, you can always clikc on the small icon in the address bar and make the small Vivladi Translate to appear.

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