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Play Wordle offline: Check how to download Wordle for free on iPhone 13

Play Wordle offline: While Wordle is free to play now, many are worried it may go behind a paywall. Put all your fears to rest and find out how to download Wordle for free on Android devices and iOS smartphones like iPhone 13

| Updated on: Aug 22 2022, 11:22 IST
Play Wordle offline: If you want to know how to download Wordle for free on Android devices and iOS smartphones including iPhone 13, you only need to follow these simple steps. (Pixabay)

Play Wordle offline: We are nearly at the 300 day mark since Wordle was first launched. In this almost one-year period, the Wordle sensation has truly captured the attention of millions of people worldwide. Every day, people play the daily Wordle puzzle ritually. The game itself has undergone its fair share of transition. It was developed and published by Josh Wardle and was later acquired by the New York Times. After the acquisition, many were concerned whether the game would go behind a paywall and people would be forced to pay for the game they have attached themselves with. While the game has remained free for now, no one can predict the future. But there is a solution. Find out how to download Wordle for free for both Android devices and Apple iPhone devices including iPhone 13 and never worry about it going behind paywall.

There are perks to this as well. If you download Wordle, you can play Wordle offline without ever needing internet connection. And it works because the game runs entirely in your browser. Twitter user Aaron Rieke posted about how the game exists inside your web browser and does not really need to connect to the internet for you to be able to play it. He proved it by sharing a screenshot of the source code of the game, which highlighted the entire future word list was in the web page itself. He said, “The daily words are right there in the code, in a giant list. There are thousands of them.”

It also means that if you have a saved copy of the web page or in essence, “downloaded Wordle”, you can play Wordle offline for free even if the NYT ever takes it behind a paywall. Another benefit of this is that even if you are facing any internet connectivity issues, you can still enjoy the game. So just follow these simple steps given below to find out how to download Wordle and play it in offline mode on iPhone 13 and Android devices.

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Download Wordle for free on iPhone 13

1. Open the Wordle website on Safari.

2. Tap the Share icon.

3. Tap on options, next to the web page link

4. Tap on the Web Archive and hit done.

5. Now, tap on Save to files in the share sheet.

6. Pick a folder and Save it.

Your Wordle webpage is now saved in your files app. But the job is only half done. Now, you need to find the file and open it in Microsoft Edge. Make sure to use Edge as it will not work in Safari or Chrome.

1. Press and hold the Wordle web page to open the quick actions menu.

2. Tap on Share.

3. Select Edge.

4. Tap on Open in Microsoft Edge.

And it's done. Wordle will open normally and you can play it without internet connection. Do note, playing without the internet would mean your streaks and wins will not be transferred.

Download Wordle for free on Android

Step 1:

Go to Wordle on the New York Times website using Chrome browser.

Step 2:

Tap on the three-dot settings menu icon.

Step 3:

Tap on download (downward facing arrow) to download the Wordle web page.

Step 4:

Go to Chrome downloads from the settings menu.

Step 5:

You will see the Wordle page listed. You can open it without the internet or even if it goes behind the paywall and play it normally. 

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First Published Date: 13 Apr, 14:45 IST