"Word Checker" is a simple and accurate word judge for scrabble and other word games. Work offline with full definition (Naspa Official dictionary 2020 & CSW19 included)

For amateurs and professionals, this application includes the complete list of words authorized by the official game of Scrabble®.

The dictionary lists all the accepted words (feminine, plural, orthographic variants and all conjugated forms)

Easy to use, the app provide also the full definition of words and it works offline.

- Very Fast word checking
- Easy to use
- Official SCRABBLE® word lists:
• NASPA Word List dictionnary (NWL) USA, Canada and Thailand
• Collins Word List - U.K. and International (with 2019 update)
- Timer
- Word length up to 15 letters
- No internet require (use local dictionary files)
- Comprehensive definitions provided by The American Heritage Dictionary, Wiktionary, Century Dictionary, Collins Dictionary and more.

"Word Checker" is not affiliate with the registered brand Scrabble®

If you like the app, please rate it and leave comment on the App Store.

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What’s New

Version 2.2.4

- Libraries updated
- Code improved
- Layout improved in dark mode

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
3.6K Ratings

3.6K Ratings

LS from SD ,


My wife and I absolutely love this app! We had been using different sources to determine if a word was acceptable in scrabble. This was not only time consuming, but frustrating when one of us came up with an acceptable word and the other one didn’t. This app is so much faster and easier to use!

RiverValleyRiverValley ,

Confused - But no longer!

THANKS! I changed rating. It was not obvious to select a list. Maybe it should say “Word List Selected”. Other suggestions: Can the cursor automatically move to typing area and keyboard pop-up once “Checker” tab is selected? If not then typing area lower on screen.

Original posted review. What list is used to determine if a word is allowed? The description says it includes Collins (UK & international) and Tournament (US, Canada, Israel, Thailand)? There doesn’t appear to be differentiation in determining if a word is allowed. Both lists appear to be used to determine if a word is allowed. This makes no sense! I live in the US. Why would I want to use a word list that is not used in the US?.

Developer Response ,

Update 10 january : we update the dictionnary list, it's more visual now :) About the cursor when Checker tab is selected, i didn't find yet a good solution, but i'm on it.

Update 4 january : thanks for suggestions, a new version would be available in january, i would try to integrate your request ;-)

Original Answer : Hi, to select the dictionnary to use, please go in « settings » and select the one you want. The default one is Collins Scrabble 5th edition.

Earthsaver ,

Effective but rough

The app does what it claims but leaves a lot of roughness around the edges:

1. There’s no back button in the top left or ability to swipe to go back after setting the word list or online dictionary
2. The Return key has no function looking up a word. I’m forced to press CHECK, which is inefficient.
3. When the cursor is in the text field, there’s no way to hide the keyboard to, for example, switch to the timer. Maybe let me tap the empty space outside the keyboard to do so.
4. The app would look cleaner with only three primary screens: Checker, Timer, Settings. Credits should be a subsection of Settings. Share should be moved to the Settings screen, too, and should use the standard Share glyph.
5. It’s odd that there’s a whole screen dedicated to advertising your other apps. Can you instead put a link in the Credits that goes to your developer page on the App Store?

Developer Response ,

Hello Thanks for your help and comments.
1. about the back button, you do not need it because when you select a dictionary ar the word list, it automaticaly back to the settings screen.
2. This action on the return button will be enable in the next realease of the app.
3. This feature will be in the next realease of the app.
5. we need to promote our work correctly, we do not think a small button in the tabbar pollute the app.
Thanks again for your help.

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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