Judging from its changelog, the latest Scrabble update brings changes that are quite exciting for fans of the game. But the update actually brings undocumented changes that are, to say the least, unwelcome.
Scrabble fans have plenty to get excited about on iOS. There are apps for every kind of Scrabble fan. We gather up the best Scrabble game apps, word checkers, dictionaries, scorecards, and more in this AppList for Scrabble fans.
When the iPad App Store launched late in March 2010, users were welcomed to around 1,000 apps. By the end of April, that number compounded to over 5,000 apps. Just like the iPhone launch, games were a huge part of the iPad’s launch. We take a trip back to 2010 and see which ones have actually improved and become App Store classics in this AppGuide.
Word Solitaire: Aurora is a sequel to the orignal word solitaire giving you more word puzzles. The game combines the popular mechanics of Scrabble and Solitaire to give you a whole new word game. Read on to find out all about it.
SpellStacker is the latest must-have crossword game. Game play is much like the popular apps Words With Friends or Scrabble, but this one has a cool twist. Place your tiles on top of other tiles for new words and bonus points! SpellStacker is also related to the board game UpWords. This universal app (play on your iPhone, iPod, or iPad) is free and fun.
Get those literary juices flowing because Boggle has hit the app store. Shake, tap, and drag your way through word craziness as you race the clock forming as many words as possible. Find out more here...