In April 2021, Mozilla Foundation released the first version of Project Bergamot - an offline translator for Firefox that does not rely on sending your data to other services. Mozilla positions Project Bergamot as a privacy-focused alternative to mainstream solutions, such as Microsoft Translator or Google Translate. Continue reading "Firefox Nightly now comes with preinstalled offline translator"
You can now enable local translator for open pages in Mozilla Firefox. Following the recently announced privacy-minded local translation feature in Vivaldi, Mozilla is adding its own page translation codenamed Project Bergamot. Unlike Google's and Microsoft's translators, the one coming soon to Firefox does not require sending any data from a client to a translation server. This means users can retain more privacy, which is a general motto for everything Mozilla Foundation does to its browser. Continue reading "How to Enable Local Translator in Firefox (Project Bergamot)"