This word jumble solver spots the possible answers
to a word jumble puzzle. The core of the jumble solver
is a fast anagram solving engine that rearranges letters
into words you can construct to solve the puzzle.
To get started, enter your letters and press the Big Green Button!
As they say on the TV infomercials - "but wait, there's more!". We regularly build small games and puzzles sites and share them on the internet! Take a look at some of our other projects!
Cryptogram Czar: Frustrated with trying to solve word jumble puzzles and want a new challenge? Check out cryptogram czar! This site has you solve coded messages (don't worry, we have a couple of different levels - the starter version gives you a lot of hints!). This is fun for those of us who enjoy pattern recognition games.
Gone To Pieces Puzzles: Are you a graphic thinker? Like classic art and photography? Gone to Pieces puzzles is an online tile puzzle game you can play from your cell phone. You see a famous image - and then we slice it into little pieces. It's your job to figure out how to put it back together!
DrawingPrompt.com: Need inspiration? Want a break from solving word jumble puzzles? Why not draw a picture? Our drawing prompts site helps you get ideas on what to draw! It is organized into several neat categories, it can help you break through your creative block and draw an amazing picture!
Scrabble Cheatah: When other sites for finding scrabble words are just too slow, Scrabble Cheatah is your best choice to unjumble scrabble words. Scrabble cheatah was designed to be one of the fastest scrabble word solver sites on the internet, living up to the reputation of its namesake, one cool fast cat! Also looks good on mobile phones!
Once upon a time, in a basement far, far away, a programmer wrote a word puzzle tool. In truth, he wasn't very good at word games (true story!). He was especially bad at unjumbling words. Pattern recognition (hangman) wasn't hard... but sorting letters into the correct order? Definitely not his thing. Fortunately, he had designed an anagram solver a long time ago. It wasn't hard to turn that idea into a tool for word jumble puzzles.
Beaming with pride, he ran upstairs to demo the new tool to his wife, the IT security queen. "Nice", she said, "But it needs a few things". She loaded up a couple of other word solving sites on her cell phone. Oh look, lots of ads. The pages loaded slowwwww. Even worse, none of the sites were secure (green lock at the top of the page). That meant there was always a risk of someone meddling with the page (spammy ads or malware) as it moved across the public internet. She looked at her husband - "We can do better, can't we?"
Behold! The NEW and IMPROVED word jumble solving tool. Incorporating many recommended best practices for modern (2017) mobile websites. The site itself is engineered to load very quickly on mobile phones. While there will be advertising (at some point), our goal is to limit it to placements that do not seriously affect the user experience. And we added a nice spiffy SSL certificate to keep nosy network operators and public wifi owners from listening in on your session or injecting unwelcome "bad stuff" into the page. Your word jumble solving secret is safe here! Any help you get will remain between the two of us.
The tool itself is pretty simple. We have a fast anagram solver behind the scenes, built with the same software technology we use to write fast custom analytics systems for major companies. The tool is basically a word solver - you can use it for word jumbles, scrabble, newspaper puzzles, and other word games. And as I said, it is designed to load quickly and securely on mobile devices. We use a public domain dictionary to generate our word lists.
Like the idea but need more options? Then check out some of our other projects. We're testing a few different version of this technology (same great user experience, different engineering behind the scenes). We built tools to unscramble letters, unscramble words. We also built a word descrambler and a word unscrambler. So I guess you could say we've got the range of possibilities well covered. If you need to figure out how to unjumble a word, we've got an answer for you!
Another cool feature we added was the ability to share lists of words
with your friends. All you need to do is send the link:
This will generate a list of the words you can make from those letters. Here are a couple of cool examples:
Or you could just feed in some news headlines. What words can you make from....