The word descrambler makes words from your letters.
We can rebuilt it. We have the technology....
Stuck trying to solve a pesky word jumble? Try our descrambler. The free word descrambler can sort through the letters and form them into a list of possible words you can make. This version of our solving engine will generate a list of words ranked by length (longer words often are more useful or score higher in scrabble). We have other solvers with different sorts: first letter and length, alphabetical order, and ranked by scrabble points.
We rebuilt our word descrambler from the core to incorporate of the latest improvements in mobile phones. It features a fast anagram engine that can descramble words and sort them into useful clusters. The solver is designed to adapt to the specifications of your mobile device to deliver the best experience. It also includes Google-recommended features to protect your security and privacy, including https and AMP integration. These features help protect your privacy from marketers and other snoops at your ISP, cable company, or mobile carrier.
The word descrambler uses the enable dictionary to generate words. If you want to suggest additions or deletions to this list, please send us an email. Similarly - if you know of another dictionary that would be useful to include, please let us know and we can look at it. For the present, we are only using free dictionaries released to the public domain.
We've actually created a couple of versions of this solver. This was to test differences in how we implement various features behind the scenes. These are intended to help the solving engine run more efficient and reliably. Basically, we have a couple different versions of the system active at any time and use the most stable version of the software for the balance of our visitors. Most of the changes are server engineering tweaks that the typical user will never notice, continuously improving our service uptime and download speeds. But feel free to check out our other sites: unscramble letters, a tool to unscramble words, an anagram maker, jumble solver, and the word unscrambler.
Building small games and tools for the internet is our hobby. We started off building word solver tools and graduated to creating some of our own online games. Here are a few of our other projects - take a look and see if any of them strike your fancy. Most of these are games and puzzles websites.
Cryptogram Czar: Sneaky czar - he likes to keep secrets, hiding them in coded messages. Want to know the secret? Then you need to break the coded message. Don't worry, we have a couple different levels ranging from newbie citizen (easy, lots of free hints) to the solving puzzles as one of the czar's ministers (aka - hard mode).
Gone To Pieces Puzzles: Words. Pfft. Are you a big picture thinker? Do you like art and classic photographs? Inspiring images? Then you'll love our tile puzzle game. It is designed to be played on a cell phone. First you see a famous image - then we slice it up! Your challenge is to put it back together.
DrawingPrompt.com: Coloring isn't just for kids anymore! Why not steal their crayons and pens and do a drawing of your own? Need some inspiration? Our drawing prompts site can help you get ideas. Pick a topic and it randomly generates relevant ideas to inspire your imagination.
Unscramble The Letters.(New Game) This one is simple - we give you a bunch of letters and you need to sort them into words to solve a song, book, or movie title. You can swap the words around to get them in the right slot. We give you a little hint - if you get a letter in the right spot, it turns green. So you swap, swap, swap until you get it right. The puzzles are organized into collections - check one out today!
Six Degrees of Anagrams: So in a certain sense, two words that can be descrambled out of the same word are related. And in some cases... at least one of them probably regrets the relationship! Try our new anagram inspiration process, where you can thumb through page after page of related words looking for similarities. It's kind of like Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon for word wizards...