About this website and the human involved.

WordUnscrambler.me is a web app created to help you learn new words, specifically when playing any word games such as Words with Friends, Scrabble, Wordfeud, Jumble etc. It’s certainly handy for settling disputes among your opponents as well. However you use, I try to make it simple and easy to use for all user groups, support wide range of devices and keep improving it based on the user’s recommendation. I make it faster and better every day and try our best to serve only clean display ads in a friendly way so that the you don’t find it distracting (one to two ad units on a page and no sticky units or pop ups of any kind).

Who made this website ?

Hello Human(or whoever)!

I'm Ramesh Jha. I created this website as a fun weekend project in 2014. Now, it has become one of my main web projects and it has been serving millions of users each month for the last few years. I enjoy working on this website.

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Luckily, I’ve also been able to start a non profit project - Samyak Foundation, in my village (Jhanjharpur, Bihar, India) entirely funded by the profit from this website. Thanks to the visitors of Word Unscrambler who indirectly benefit thousands of underprivileged people in my village.

Thanks to FOSS

I could not have built it without the free and open source softwares such as Debian/Ubuntu/Linux, GNU utilities, languages, compilers, web frameworks (Sinatra, Rails) and other endless tools that were available for me at no cost.

When I'm not working on this site (which is most often), you would find me reading a book, browsing reddit threads or sometimes simply sitting and doing nothing(meditation? maybe).

"Doing Nothing" is Good

No matter who you are or what you think about yourself (Self), I'm sure meditation would help you in removing lots of unwanted stress in your life, towards a more content and peaceful life. Being content has lots of benefits for the individual and the society. I guess that's why I want you to learn it. Here is a simple 26 minute guide on meditation by Sam Harris, or 20 Min Guided Meditation by Thich Nhat Hanh, also check out another talk by J Krishnamurty on Why should one meditate?.

Thank you so much for visiting my website and giving your precious attention to this page!

Any feedback ?

Feel free to report any kind of problem, design or usability issues with any device. Any feedback from the users is very welcome. It helps me find and fix issues that I failed to spot myself.