Is it possible to read a translation written in a non-Latin alphabet in the Latin alphabet?
If you translate text into a language that uses a non-Latin alphabet you're not familiar with, e.g. the Cyrillic alphabet or Chinese characters, you can view the transliteration of the translation in our DeepL mobile apps for Android and iOS.
This feature will help you improve your reading comprehension in the following languages: Bulgarian, Chinese, Greek, Japanese, and Russian. It is not supported for translations into Korean or Ukrainian.
Please note that this feature is currently only available in the mobile apps.
For Android and iOS
The transliteration of your translated text will be displayed right below your translation. You might need to minimize your keyboard to view the whole transliteration.
For longer texts, the transliteration will not be displayed automatically. Minimize your keyboard and tap on Show in Latin alphabet below your translation to display it.
Tap on Hide this variant to remove the transliteration.
Please note that transliteration is currently only available for translated texts and not for the original text.