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App makes comeback

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The “Words With Friends” app is back with new features and improvements. After hearing complaints about crashing games, Zynga Inc. decided it was time to make some changes. Once they knew about the issues they managed to improve stability and stopped multiple bugs which were the leading causes of multiple inconveniences.

Now that players no longer have to worry about their games crashing, the leader board flickering, or community cards disappearing, they can focus on enjoying the app.

The new version contains many features that the old one did not. One of the new aspects of the game is solo play which allows you to practice anytime even when you are offline. The app now contains access to a dictionary and gives you a word of the day. As a third new feature you are now able to view different stats from your games so you can see how well you do.

With the new improvements users of “Words With Friends” are now able to play a more detailed and creative version of the game.

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About the Writer
Meaghan McIntyre, online editor

Meaghan McIntyre is a senior and the opinion editor for the sentinel. As a third year journalist she is excited to expand her knowledge and skills involving journalistic writing. Her hobbies consist of reading, writing, listening to music, and most of all playing softball. Ever since she started softball at the age of seven, due to her older brother having started baseball way before that, the field has always been like a second home to her. One of her biggest dreams is to be an author and she is hoping on self-publishing a book during this school year. She is hoping to major in communications so she can become a Public Relations Specialist for a company that has a product or message that she is passionate about. Her hope is to keep up softball in college. No matter where she goes to college or where she lives in the future, she always wants to have time to write.

 

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