No, unfortunately it has a limited variety of languages that it translates, mine is not in it.
Yes, it needs a lot of work, to reach up to today's standards.
When there is a need to translate selected parts of a text, it is not a big deal, everybody has his own methods and does what works for him.
What would you personally do when you would've come up with this webpage for example? Ameblo.jp. Copy-paste it all the way? And how would you translate the menus, the icons and such?
On any other browser, we just press an icon and the whole page turns in to our preferred language. Just translate the page that I posted, with Chromes integrated icon button, and you will see my point.As I am trying to prove, it is not a stubbornness issue, it is a matter of productivity and most of all security.
We use our browser to do money transactions with foreigners, exchange personal data with them and so much more actions that need multilingual capabilities.
I cannot have a third party app, translating those transactions.
What I need, is a Browser that has a Built-in/Trusted Translator, that is handled/updated by the development team of that browser, so no potential security threats arise.
I cannot and do not want to anymore, to have to open Chrome every time I have to do those jobs. I want to delete it of my system.