Have you tested the latest features of iOS 14 on your iPhone? If you have, you may also know that Apple has created a default Translator application for its users for prompt translation. If you also have access to iOS 14 on your iPhone, this article is for you. Today, we are going to talk about how to utilize this application effectively.

So, if you have iOS 14 installed on your device right now in your hands, make sure to open the Translator app and follow the instructions that we are giving here. It will make you familiar with its innovative Translator app and its functions. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get started.

Translating Speech & Text with Apple Translator app

Please open the translator app on your iPhone and follow the instructions below:

  1. First of all, select the source and target languages as per your desire.
  2. To do so, first, click the right-hand side language box and select the language that you want to translate with the application.
  3. Now head over to the second box, the right-hand side one. Now choose the language in which you want to translate your speech or text.
  4. After selecting these two options, hit the Done button and then you are all set to start translating.
  5. You should see the Enter Text dialogue box on the primary screen to feed the speech or text into the app.
  6. Just click that blank portion, and then you will be able to manually type using the on-screen keyboard.
  7. After you have added sufficient text to translate, just hit the Go button to go ahead and translate your text.
  8. Now you can listen to the text that you just entered by hitting the Play button. Just after hitting that button, the app will read out loud the text that you just entered.
  9. If you don’t want to type manually with the on-screen keyboard, which is a quite tiresome task, if you need to enter a lot of text, then please hit the Microphone button to directly feed your text with your speech.
  10. After pressing the microphone icon, the app will activate its microphone, and it will carefully listen to your voice.
  11. It will show you the text in the text field that you just spoke out to translate.
  12. Now click the Go button to translate the text into the desired language.

That’s how you can utilize Apple’s typical Translator app.

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