There’s nothing better than playing a Scrabble game, feeling the smooth wooden tiles in your hand as you rearrange the letters on your rack into the perfect word. 

While watching your opponent sweat, you try to keep a straight face. You can’t help but unleash the diabolical grin of self-admiration as you play the elusive triple-triple. The score has been registered, and you’re sorry for your bitter rival, but then you realize that you’re not there to lose, you’re there to win. And, most importantly, you’re there to have fun.

Unfortunately, this ideal image of playing scrabble in person is not always possible because of busy schedules. However, you can now pay scrabble with friends on mobile devices! What to learn how? Continue reading to learn more. 

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How and Where to Play Scrabble with Friends on Mobile 

Playing Scrabble online isn’t as fun as battling it out in the flesh, but it’s still addictive. This is instant gratification. You no longer have to wait for that continuous hour-long sitting, because you can play with as many people as you want, all at one time. That is a dream come true for the obsessed Scrabbler.

If you’re looking for how to play scrabble with friends right from your mobile phone, you should visit or download these apps from the app store. 

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Facebook

Facebook games are the simplest and quickest way to go to it if you want to play Scrabble against your pals. The online version of Hasbro’s Scrabble (developed by EA) is excellent because you have to stick to playing on Facebook. 

Pogo

If you want to play Scrabble with your friends but don’t want to ruin the game’s competitive nature, then Pogo is the place to go. When you’ve built a Pogo.com account, you can play a fast game against a random opponent or test your skills against the computer. 

Apart from a time limit, the gameplay is the same as the Facebook version, but it doesn’t stop there.

You can play games using Scrabble’s standard rules where whatever word you play remains, meaning there is no going back. Plus, the opponent can challenge you. Even better, you can play games in the style of a tournament bound by NSA rules.

Merriam-Webster Scrabble Sprint

Play the free online Scrabble Sprint game on the Merriam-Webster site without registration. You make words against the clock one at a time to fill all of the spaces on the board. You press or type a name that has two or more letters, with bonus points left on the timer for more time.

Aworded Crack

Aworded Crack is one of the Scrabble games with the most popular app. The rules work  mostly the same as the classic game. You get letters, make words, and receive points for it. The winner is the one who finished with the most points. 

It also includes support in 16 languages, online multiplayer support, and even an in-game chat. It is a freemium model with some of the same drawbacks as other games of freemium. It has no restrictions on a play or anything like that, though. Overall it is a pleasant experience.

Words with Friends 2

Words With Friends 2 is another game in the famous franchise. This new version contains a lot of features such as online PvP, solo play modes, an expanded dictionary with words from pop culture, and a few other game modes. The three franchise games are all freemium titles. 

They are, though, well above average Scrabble games too. Those who want a much more mature experience can also play the two previous games.

Classic Words Solo

One of the simplest Scrabble games is Classic Words Solo. There’s not many bells and whistles in it. It does, however, offer an excellent experience of Scrabble and it features a solo play mode, a local multiplayer pass-and-play, and a preview of the game. This is basically the mobile board game, without any extras. 

Some other features include six levels of difficulty, letter shuffling, support for half a dozen languages, and the ability to save the game. The pro version goes for $0.99, with the ads removed.

 

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Conclusion 

Holding a Scrabble game in person is almost painful these days because everybody’s life is so busy that getting together in person is a constant challenge. But that’s all right, because nearly everyone now has a computer or a mobile device, meaning you can always get your Scrabble fix, it’s just online and not in person. 

Try out these apps you can use to play scrabble. 

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