Stuck trying to descramble a word jumble? Ever ask "how can i unjumble my jumbled word?" You've come to the right place. This site has the tools to help you figure out how to solve your word woes, such as this free word descrambler. It's designed to look good on cell phones and other small screens, giving you an easy way to figure out what to make from your scrabble tiles.
To use this word descrambler, enter your letters and hit get words. It rearranges the letters to unscramble the word and displays a list of what you can make with those letters. The list will be sorted by word length in reverse order (longest word first). If you're using this for something like scrabble, you may want to check out our scrabble helper. This version works great for newspaper word jumbles and homework.The underlying technology also works as a word jumble solver, scrabble helper, words with friends cheat, and word chums cheat. This isn't just an 8 letter word descrambler by the way - it can handle as many as 15 letters!
This website was built on a bet. A friend said we couldn't build a "real" useful website in the course of a single evening coding session.
I told him we exceeded expectations. A word descrambler is certainly useful! You never know when you're going to need to unscramble words. For example, what if you were on a game show about words. I'd say a word descrambler would come in handy there.
We had already done a couple of similar projects. For example, here's a scrabble helper we built a while back. We've also built some games such as cryptogram puzzles and tile puzzles. So we had a little code already built which we recycled into this word descrambler.
I had spent most of the day stuck in endless corporate meetings and decided to try to build a pocket version of a project: a word descrambler. After dinner that night, I downloaded a copy of the Enable word list. We had used this dictionary before for a PHP word jumble solver and a PHP word descrambler. Coding started around 8pm and the first version of the site went live by bedtime. It was explicitly designed to be used from a mobile phone - the word list and word descrambler pages were set up to automatically expand and shrink to match the size of the screen. We added the word chums cheat a while later. There were a couple of quirks we had to solve.
And that the story of how Windows 8 (ops, I mean wordsies.com) came into existance.