translates into many languages. is focused on users, like you, from all around the world.  So, our website supports thirteen popular languages.  If your language is not available, let us know and we will do our best to include it.

  • Our main areas of expertise focus on Europe, Latin America and North America.  So you will see companies that we partner with there – sometimes shown in their own currencies and languages (see below) – to get the best deals.   Note that most sites now have multiple language selectors available, usually at the top of the page.

  • has our own built-in translation feature.  To change your language, you will see an orange tab on the bottom left of your screen, labeled “Translate>>”. Simply tap on the orange tab, and then click on the flag of your language and it will quickly translate into your language.  All pages will automatically stay in your language until you choose to change it.  You can click on the orange tab to turn off translations, as well. Simples!


Languages:  Please note that we highly recommend Google Chrome as the primary browser.  Not only is it the most popular browser, but it is also excellent at automatic translations.  Also, the latest versions of Microsoft Edge will translate pages as you progress.  Our links may lead you to a page in another language:  Chrome and Edge can automatically translate them to your language.  See more, below.


Alternate method of translation – requires Google Chrome
  • Matouring recommends using Google Chrome, for many reasons.  Here is just one.

  • Translate webpages in Chrome

  • Install translate on Chrome here.

  • When you come across a page written in a language you don’t understand, you can use Chrome to translate the page.

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.

  2. Go to a webpage written in another language.

  3. At the top (or on a mobile device from the hamburger icon), click Translate.

  4. Chrome will translate the webpage this one time.

  5. Chrome offers the ability to translate the entire site as you go from page to page, as well.  On your mobile device, you will see that Chrome displays options to choose languages.

  • Not working? Try refreshing the webpage. If it’s still not working, right-click anywhere on the page. Then, click Translate to [Language].

Turn translation on or off
  • By default, Chrome offers to translate pages written in a language you don’t understand.

  • Change the language of your Chrome browser (Windows & Chromebook only)

  • You can set Chrome to show all settings and menus in the language you want. This option is only available on Windows and Chromebook computers.

  • On Mac or Linux? Chrome will automatically display in the default system language for your computer.

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.

  2. At the top right, click More Settings.

  3. At the bottom, click Advanced.

  4. Under “Languages,” click Language.

  5. Next to the language you’d like to use, click More .

    • If the language isn’t listed, add it by clicking Add languages.

  6. Click Display Google Chrome in this language or Display Chrome OS in this language.

    • This option is only available on Windows and Chromebook computers.

  7. Restart Chrome to apply the changes.

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