This article applies to Chrome for Mobile.

Parlez-vous français ? Using Google Chrome's built-in translation bar on your mobile device helps you read more of the web, regardless of the language of the webpage.

Look for the translation bar at the top or bottom of the page whenever you come across a page written in a language that isn't your system language. To translate the page, touch Translate. To dismiss the translation bar without translating the page, touch X or Nope. If you dismiss the translation bar twice in a row you'll see the option to "Never translate" that language or site.

Enable or disable the translation bar

  1. Touch Chrome menu > Settings > (Advanced) Content settings > Google Translate.
  2. Slide the Translate switch to the ON or OFF position.
  3. Touch Reset Translate settings to reinstate the default behavior of the translation bar. Resetting the default settings will cause the translation bar to reappear for languages you previously decided to not translate by choosing "Never translate".

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