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Touch Arcade (Jul 21, 2009)
Chess With Friends has become remarkably popular among Chess players, since it's both free and offers a modern spin on correspondence chess. Words With Friends takes this same formula and offers four different multiplayer game modes.
148apps (Nov 06, 2009)
Words With Friends is streamlined and elegant, and the user pool is just as speedy as the app itself. This is a must-have for Scrabble fans. It might lack features, but the Push notifications and the speed of the app itself make it my new Scrabble app of.
WORDS WITH FRIENDS is crossword nirvana with its option to play several games simultaneously. This game doesn't have as many cheat options as Scrabble, something we missed sometimes. For each game, only two people can compete against each other. But Words is also more forgiving, with no time limits for moves, so if life gets hectic the game will still be there when you return.
God is a Geek (Mar 23, 2010)
Words with Friends is an absolute must own app and, considering what £1.79 gets you nowdays in the world of gaming, it is also an absolute steal.
Pocket Gamer UK (Feb 15, 2010)
Words With Friends has a couple of glitches, but they don’t ruin what is an otherwise excellent take on Scrabble with seamlessly integrated synchronistic multiplayer and lots of opponent finding options.
GameZebo (Mar 26, 2013)
Words With Friends is an enjoyable experience. It’s not known for its originality, but the straightforward and friendly approach creates a great time for anyone into competitive word games. Some people will be turned off and go elsewhere, like faster-paced games or the classic Scrabble, and that’s understandable. But for those who like to pit their skills against friends and have a dozen games going at once, Words With Friends is definitely something you should check it out.