Today’s Wordle: Clues and Answer for April 25

 

Welcome back to Wordle! If you’re here, it’s Wordle time. We’ve got today’s hints and tips to help you crack the puzzle.

If you’re eager to know the answer straight away, skip to the bottom for the solution to April 25’s Wordle. But if you enjoy the challenge, stick around for some helpful hints and strategies.

Origins of Wordle:

Created by engineer Josh Wardle as a gift for his partner, Wordle quickly became a global sensation. It spawned various spin-offs like Squabble, Heardle, Dordle, and Quordle, all enjoyed by thousands worldwide. Eventually, the New York Times acquired Wordle, and it even gained popularity on TikTok.

Looking for yesterday’s solution? Scroll down for the answer to the previous Wordle.

Choosing the Best Starting Word:

The ideal starting word is the one that resonates with you. However, if you prefer a strategic approach, aim for a word with multiple vowels and common consonants like S, T, R, or N.

What Happened to the Wordle Archive?

The once-available archive of past Wordle puzzles has been removed, reportedly at the New York Times’ request.

Is Wordle Getting Tougher?

While it may seem more challenging, Wordle’s difficulty hasn’t changed. For a tougher experience, try Wordle’s Hard Mode.

Today’s Hint:

Introduce a friend.

Does Today’s Answer Contain Repeated Letters?

No, there are no repeated letters.

Today’s Wordle:

The word is 5 letters long and begins with the letter I.

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And now, the moment you’ve been waiting for…

Drumroll, please!

The answer to Wordle #1041 is…

INTRO.

If you didn’t crack it this time, don’t worry. Tomorrow brings a new Wordle to tackle, and we’ll be here with more hints to help you along.

Credit to Caitlin Welsh, Sam Haysom, Amanda Yeo, Shannon Connellan, Cecily Mauran, Mike Pearl, and Adam Rosenberg for contributing to this article.


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