The New York Times just released an updated version of its WordleBot, with a range of new features to help analyze your Wordle-solving performance as well as new opening word recommendations.
WordleBot was introduced back in April for NYT Games subscribers(Opens in a new window) as a tool for analyzing how they went about solving the daily Wordle puzzle, offering feedback in the form of scores for luck and skill on a scale of 0-99.
It also offers tips on what you could have done differently to solve the puzzle faster. WordleBot 2.0(Opens in a new window) promises to improve on that feedback.
The number of common English words it knows has been increased from 2,300 to around 4,500, and the solving method used now offers better estimates.Read more on pcmag.com