The New York Times crossword app now includes Wordle

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The decision was not without complaints, as users began to speculate that it made the game more difficult and ruined some of their streaks. The Times said it saw a spike in new subscribers on its May earnings call, with about 10% of its “active” players now saying they had played more than 145 games by July. Aside from addressing complaints, The Times has been making tweaks to the game throughout the year.

Wordle is now available in The New York Times Crosswords app for iOS and Android users. An addicting guessing game that combines crossword variants from The New York Times, Spelling Bee, and more. Users can also continue to play the game on desktop and mobile websites. A word guessing game that has become a hot topic since its release in October 2021. Then, in January, The Times reported that the creator bought Wordle from Josh Wardle.

Highlights

  • Integrating the game into a crossword app seems like an easy way to keep it in front of interested players, but Wordle and some of its features eventually became paid and The Some people worry that they will need a subscription to Times. The game is still available for free on both our mobile app and desktop website.

  • In April, we introduced WordleBot, which helps Web Wordle players analyze each puzzle to find the best seed words for their game. The company eventually tweaked WordleBot to recommend new seed words and changed its ID to WordleBot 2.0. Cool, WordleBot was only available to certain subscribers. The New York Times recently announced that they are working with Hasbro to bring Wordle to a real board game in October.

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