Words with friends updating forever

03-Nov-2016 06:10

I figured it might have something to do with the fact that the email address I used to sign up with Words with Friends on mobile was different than my Facebook email address.

So, I installed Words with Friends on Facebook and it immediately presented me with a popup message asking, "Are you playing on Mobile? After clicking "Yes" it presented me with an option to sign in "using my email account instead" or my Facebook account.

There's also all sorts of cool stats and a gauge that tells you how rare or difficult a certain word is.

is free to download and shows a banner ad at the bottom, but I *believe* that if you previously owned the original paid version and you log in with your same account it will automatically disable ads for you.

There's also a new Community Match feature which lets you browse through a list of potential players and choose which one you want to take on.

It'll display their skill levels compared to yours, and their photo and location (if they've enabled that) so you can have more of an idea of who you're playing.

It took me a good three months, but I finally did it, though not without some painful hiccups.

At least, that's what I see when it comes to my family and friends. If you're addicted to word games—any words games—how could you not?

The normal auto-matching is still there too, if you want to go that route.

The game now features an in-game dictionary for when you need help defining a word, and if you want you'll be shown a Word of the Day to help you expand your vocabulary.

Those who own Nokia Windows Phones are reporting improvements in stability, but those who have purchased the app on a non-Lumia device are still complaining about issues that were already present.

This is a shame as it's a popular and well-loved game.

At least, that's what I see when it comes to my family and friends. If you're addicted to word games—any words games—how could you not?

The normal auto-matching is still there too, if you want to go that route.

The game now features an in-game dictionary for when you need help defining a word, and if you want you'll be shown a Word of the Day to help you expand your vocabulary.

Those who own Nokia Windows Phones are reporting improvements in stability, but those who have purchased the app on a non-Lumia device are still complaining about issues that were already present.

This is a shame as it's a popular and well-loved game.

There's a free version in the Nokia Collection should you own a Lumia Windows Phone.