Words With Friends Cheats

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Words With Friends Cheat

If you’ve played Words With Friends, chances are you’ve experienced it… the cheater. You know the person who has words that he or she cannot pronounce or use in a sentence. Cheating is now easier then ever. Here is how your “friends” are cheating, remember cheaters never win.

Words With Friends Cheats iPhone App

Yes, it was inevitable. Someone has created an app that is designed to help you cheat with Words With Friends.

Win Every Game

Simple, easy and free available on the web. And though it says win every game, remember CHEATERS NEVER WIN! Cheating really does take all of the fun out of the game. Sure, I’ve tried it – but honestly, I found it stupid and a waste of brain power. When my brother-in-law (yes, Sky I am talking about YOU) cheats – I simply hit “RESIGN” and leave a nice little chat message “CHEATER.” Don’t forget to check out the Words with Friends word lists and tricks.

32 Responses

  1. Granda MeMe

    Iam new to this game. Can I use a dictionary to see if my word is a real word spelled correctly, or is this cheating. My 84 year old mother is the Scrabble player. I guess I could ask her this question.

    • Sylvia

      The game will check for you. If it is incorrectly spelled, the game simply gives you a message that the word is not acceptable. That is not cheating. Hopefully it will help us poor spellers improve! However, using a descrambbler website to find and use words you never knew existed IS cheating in my opinion.

  2. ginarynot

    I am not cheating, I am just wondering if you get any extra points for using all of your tiles like you get an extra 50 points in scrabble"" anyone know the answer

  3. wheatenlady

    i want to know how someone I play always wins. They always seem to have just the perfect letters to spell out these incredible words. Is there a way they are exchanging their tiles and I would not know. I get the crappy tiles and cannot make any words. Are there some tricks out their that these "cheaters" are using while us honest players are being beaten?

    • Katie

      They either “test” out the letter combination to see if wwf will accept it or they cheat with a scrabble cheat website.

  4. pammi

    A player in one of my games simply stopped 22 days ago, in the middle of the game. I can't resign because it's not my turn. How do I get this person off my list?

  5. Gretchen of 4 Crazy Kids

    My kids, whom I usually beat at Words with Friends, suddenly started winning with amazing words. I noticed on one of their iPods one day that they had an app right next to words with friends called Best Cheats for Words with Friends! I DLed it on my phone and WOW, this app could import screens of the game and make all kinds of words out of anything I typed…My sly little rug rats! I don’t mind though. Maybe they are learning some new vocabulary! LOL! I still haven’t told them that I found it.

    I don’t know if its what you guys are talking about, but this may be what you are a victim of: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/best-cheats-for-words-with/id373257627?mt=8

  6. Tom Jackson

    If you don’t occasionally use a word builder or help site, you are probably just playing against friends. If you choose random opponents, the majority of them are using some kind over solver site or iPhone app for help… That’s just the way it is.


    Check out my Words With Friends Cheat Site

  7. Robert E. Salt

    Confessions of a Scrabble cheater

    Using any kind of reference in Scrabble is considered cheating. In “Words With Friends” you don’t know much about your opponent. You don’t know if you’re playing a single player or a team, if they’re using a dictionary or some kind of software. I’ve been known to play in the kitchen, the bedroom, even the bathroom. Be careful of tiles you touch. There is no way to check how your opponent is playing nor should there be. Everyone gets to play the way they want. There is no money at stake. It’s cutthroat Scrabble!

    I use an Ap on my Ipod Touch to make words out of my seven letters. Don’t try to make me feel guilty. I don’t enjoy wasting a half hour or more finding words a can get in an instant. I enjoy the strategy of searching for places to build, finding high scoring words and trying to prevent my opponent from getting to key squares. I find my style of play speeds up the game and both sides learn new words. I’m able to play at least a dozen games at once rarely taking more than five minutes to make a move. I win most of my games but lose quite a few. I enjoy the close scoring games the most especially the ones where the lead keeps changing. Until I’m captured by the Scrabble police, player beware!

    Scrabble purists should invest in a Scrabble board, find an opponent and watch him like a hawk. If he pulls any tiles out of his sleeves or there are any other improprieties, appropriate action can be taken at that time.

    • O. Puhlease

      I highly doubt anyone will attempt to make you feel guilty since you look like a jackass. Using an app like that is the same as flipping over all the tiles for a real Scrabble board and picking your words that way: it misses the point of playing, derrrr. Why bother? 😉

  8. Wwf

    Use a cheat. It’s way more fun for both parties. I recommend, or rather urge. Who else to raise a bar on vocabulary?
    Elitists, play as you wish but you’ll lose out, though I appreciate the purity but.

  9. Claudiasheket

    I truly enjoy Words with Friends but what are some good word lookup apps to help with Words with Friends? I’ve enjoyed this app called FindWord but wanted to know if you’ve tried any others.

  10. Hihecat

    I always like word games. Lately a friend introduced me a new game EPELER, it’s a cute word arcade game. I need to make as many words as possible from the falling letters, and the goal is to clean up the world. Took me 2 days to see the ending~

  11. wanderer71

    I can’t read your page, something blank is over it. Do you know if theres a site with win/loss stats for WWF? Or a page with cheaters usernames?
    I can’t stand cheaters, but worry that people may think I am, because I have won so many games. Can let me know by WWF, username Wanderer71.

  12. Sherra Scott

    The REAL key to WWF is to get the words over as many multiple word/letter scores as possible. Sometimes short, easy words get you the most points. Seriously. I just scored 108 points with the word “jehu” (which is both the name of a king in the Bible & a coach driver by the way). I’ve spent a half hour or more looking at all my possible options.

  13. Word

    Its a great game..Just like me I get addicted with the game words with friends..I always play that on my phone during my past time. Instead of watching TV..I use the ANAGRAMMER to give me hint in times I’m having trouble.

  14. Jones

    If you aren’t cheating, you aren’t trying to win. Don’t kid yourselves with the bs line, “its not always about winning” BULLSHIT…you must be from the generation who said, “no one is a loser, everyone should win”, and then you went and encamped in your little occupy movement in cities across the US proving your stupidity while not looking for a job, taking and asking for handouts, because you think everything should be given to you because.mommy and daddy said there are no losers. Well, there are losers, U, and That, my friends, is what causes you to find the motivation to become a winner, by losing…That being said, we don’t condone cheating, and, if you aren’t cheating, you aren’t trying to win, its only cheating if you get caught. Sac up.

  15. Ihatecheaters

    We should make a list of known cheaters so those of us playing fairly can pass them by.

  16. Guest1245

    So you read the dictionary when you were growing up, and you don’t think THAT is cheating?

    I’m sorry, folks, but using tools to select words is NOT cheating.  I have checked the rules, and, in fact, you’ll find the word list IN THE RULES for Words with Friends.  You tell me how “using the rules” (even in an automated sense) is cheating.  Sorry, I don’t buy it.

    Now, if you establish a set of DIFFERENT rules – like that you won’t use automated tools, then it might be considered cheating.  But I have NEVER played Words with Friends where someone suggested a different set of rules like that.

    Using an automated tool is like a golfer using a tool to assess distance to the green, or using a high-tech club to hit the ball further.  As long as it’s not outlawed by the rules, it’s not cheating. 

    Automated tools are available to everyone, and it’s quite a level playing-field.  If you don’t like automated tools, then establish new rules.  But don’t be a cry-baby and call the other person a cheater, just because they are smart enough to use technology, and you aren’t.

  17. Jcmence1488

    Even If you read the dictionary you still have to be able to put the words in the right spot. Cheats tells people what their best move is if we did that the game would have zero to do with skill. And be all about who gets the better letters and at what point they get them. Sorry but your very far off. It’s about you playing the game not letting a computer play it For you.

    Further more I goggled this to see if their was a app that aloud you to know when people who where playing you where cheating. I don’t want to play these scrubs. Anyone know of a app that will exspose the frauds.


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