There are only so many characters in an alphabet, yet an abundance of combinations make it possible to pile them into words and sentences to create communication. However, these are built on solid sets of rules and characters need to be arranged in a fixed order for proper meaning. Where Jumble Solve comes in handy is knowing how and what words can be made out of characters you provide.
Lightweight and easy to use
After a short and uneventful setup process you can go ahead and take the application for a spin. A compact and colorful interface pops up as soon as you run it, requiring no further explanation or help, because of the intuitive design. Words are written down in a dedicated field, while hitting the “Solve” button immediately displays the result.
Unless you're a big fan of Jumble, you won't pull much practicality out of what the application has to offer. You can write down any letter you consider is used to make up a word, with the result displaying possible combinations, as well as the number of entries.
Poor set of features
There aren't any other options, not even for exporting at least to your clipboard. If you do happen to need a generated word, it's possible to copy it through basic methods.
On the other hand, it can come in handy for youngsters to learn how to properly write down words. What would have greatly enhanced the experience is at least a link to an online dictionary, if not simple definitions to access from the main window.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Jumble Solve is exactly what the name suggests and nothing more. The overall process is incredibly simple, with the only effort on your behalf consisting of writing down characters in an input field. It's a shame there's no implemented dictionary, but Jumble enthusiasts are sure to find this little utility helpful.