Posted comments (13)

Posted by Brian at August 6, 2019 14:10:38 CEST
I used this number (wild card on the area code - No words were found in: ***8*07873) to prove your product doesn't work. Note the last 4 digits.... 7873 actually spells "Pure" - I believe you are more interested in selling adds.
Posted by Infearow at October 24, 2019 00:00:15 CEST
I believe it gives you a word with ALL the numbers if it were to break down it would take longer and more results
Posted by Ali at December 29, 2019 21:45:05 CET
Didn’t work for me!
Posted by Julia Kosowicz at April 23, 2020 13:04:52 CEST
this works amazing! i dont know why there are sooo much hate comments :(
Posted by Li at January 15, 2021 17:40:32 CET
works very well, don't know why people don't like it
Posted by Steven Sarens at February 18, 2021 12:14:36 CET
Please introduce a third option, which would be no language at all, listing the arguably millions of possibilities randomly per hundred, leaving it to the user to fecide what is usable or not.
Posted by Annie at November 16, 2021 22:31:16 CET
It worked great!
Posted by Anonymous at December 11, 2021 13:18:50 CET
It couldn't find anything in 327-847-8253 which is EARTHQUAKE.
Posted by Erikv at January 11, 2022 02:31:03 CET
Works great! Note that there are lots of potential gibberish combinations that don't necessarily make words. The chances that your phone number can spell something is quite small.
Posted by Dr Michael W Ecker at June 25, 2022 10:23:18 CEST
Useless. Why not have it give words for the parts of the number?
Posted by Skorpionik at July 13, 2022 14:49:27 CEST
xxx86684 not found "tooth" :(
Posted by Disappointed at July 26, 2022 06:16:37 CEST
Wow...the only thing I plugged in that got any results was 346-329-6730, which *could* spell "find a word 0", but all I got was:

Thought maybe it was the zero that threw it off? But for 468-847-5463, which I'm pretty darn sure spells "hot tip line", I get:
"No words were found in: 4688475463".

Hard to imagine how it's possible to write a program to do what's really a pretty simple calculation and screw it up so thoroughly.
Posted by Denise at August 8, 2022 04:31:47 CEST
Why am I getting an error?
* The phone number is incorrect.