Translating with Papago
An extension that utilizes Naver's Papago translation engine. Text can be translated using the toolbar popup or directly on web pages by highlighting text.
What is Translating with Papago?
"Translating with Papago" is a Firefox extension that uses Naver's Papago translation engine for translating text. It allows translation directly on web pages or through a toolbar popup. Users can also translate full web pages with a simple click. This extension offers automatic language detection and supports 13 languages.
This extension uses Naver's Papago translation service to translate text through the toolbar popup or directly on web pages.
When highlighting text on web pages, clicking the icon that appears will instantly show you it's translation. If you don't like this functionality, there are settings for restricting when this icon displays while you are web browsing.
Alternatively, you can use the toolbar popup to quickly translate text. 13 languages are supported through Papago's AI translation service, along with automatic language detection.
Translating entire web pages is also possible, just by clicking "Translate this page" within the context menu.
Translating with Papago is risky to use as it requires a number of sensitive permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install Translating with Papago if you trust the publisher.
Translating with Papago has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.