Add-on Firefox Translations offers automatic translation of web pages, but, unlike Google Translate, does it locally, without using cloud services (which is better considering the privacy of users’ personal data).
Mozilla began integrating its own translation service into Firefox back in the spring of 2021. At the beginning, the add-on supported only English and Spanish languages, but later their list was gradually expanded.
And the other day Firefox Translations was updated to 1.1.3 version, in which, among other things, support for the Ukrainian language (as well as Polish and French) finally appeared. In addition, the developer notes that the browser integration has been improved in this update.
By the way, yesterday Firefox also received another update, to 103-th version — among the innovations, the developer notes, in particular, improved work on monitors with a high refresh rate (120+ Hz).