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Win more games of Scrabble® and Words with Friends using Word Descrambler to find the best playable words in your tile rack. You just do the easy work of playing your new 7-letter game changer.Word Descrambler will *always* find the highest point words possible. Try entering a rack of seven blank tiles - not possible in a real game - and you'll see that MUZJIKS is the best possible word worth an incredible 29 points (before bonuses like the 50 point bingo). Try that in other apps and wonder why they suggest words like ACEQUIA worth only 18 points.FEATURES? Always find the highest scoring word - no matter how many blanks you enter. ? Supports Words with Friends, Scrabble® TWL06, and Scrabble® SOWPODS.? Universal binary: one download runs on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.? iOS 4 compatible: Word Descrambler runs in the background, ready to find words and help you win games at any time.? See every possibility: from OXYPHENBUTAZONE (41 points) to AA (2 points) you can find every playable word.? Attractive yet covert icon doesn't advertise your winning strategy.Scrabble® is a registered trademark of Hasbro Inc. Word Descrambler is not affiliated with Scrabble® or Hasbro in any way. This app is for entertainment purposes only.

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