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Due to the sale of Wordle, some people are worried about losing the game.

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. Six tries. Once a day. That’s the basic concept of , the highly  that has captivated the world. If you don’t guess the correct word in half a dozen attempts, you always have tomorrow to play another round, but that may soon come to an end — unless you’re willing to pay for the pleasure.

Recently,  for an undisclosed low seven figures. In a , Wordle creator Josh Wardle said, «When the game moves to the NYT site, it will be free to play for everyone, and I am working with them to make sure your wins and streaks are preserved.»

However, there’s a fear that the subscription-based news site . On Thursday, the game began redirecting to a , and although it was still free to play, some users noticed their win streaks and guess distributions weren’t imported. While the problem was fixed, there is a way to ensure you continue to play Wordle for free.

Twitter user explaining how Wordle runs entirely in your web browser. Technically you don’t need the internet to play Wordle, because all of the game’s future daily words are included right in the webpage. If you download all the parts of the Wordle site, you could in theory play Wordle every day for years without an internet connection; the game only needs your device’s current date to deliver a new word puzzle.

If you want to keep playing Wordle for free, here’s how to download Wordle on your computer or smartphone.

How to download Wordle on your computer

No matter whether you use Mac or Windows, or whichever web browser you use (Chrome or Safari, for mercedes mini van example), you can easily download Wordle to your computer.

1. First, go to the in the web browser of your choice.

2. Next, right-click anywhere on the webpage.

3. Finally, save the page to your computer using one of the options in the menu that appears.

Depending on which web browser you’re using, it might show Save As (Chrome) or Save Page As (Safari). Whatever the option, it should download the Wordle webpage as an HTML file.

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This is how to download the Wordle webpage in Chrome.

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Now all you need to do is click the downloaded HTML file to open the saved Wordle webpage. Now you can access it while you’re offline. However, it won’t import your previous streaks, so it’s as if you’re playing it for the first time.

How to download Wordle on Android

On an Android smartphone or tablet, you can also download a webpage to your device just like on a desktop computer. The download process may vary across web browsers, but we’ll be using Chrome for this example because it comes downloaded on most Android devices. To download Wordle on Android:

1. First, go to the  in the Chrome app.

2. New, tap the three-dot menu in the top-right corner.

3. Finally, hit the download icon (arrow pointing down at a line) to download the Wordle webpage.

At the bottom of Chrome, you’ll see a notification that shows the Wordle webpage has been downloaded to your Android. To play Wordle offline, tap the three-dot menu in Chrome and go into Downloads. There you should see the Wordle webpage, which you can then access, even if Wordle is paywalled or shut down in the future.

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You can easily download the Wordle webpage in Chrome on Android.

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How to download Wordle on iOS

Finally, you can download Wordle offline on your iPhone or iPad, but this option requires you to use the free Microsoft Edge web browser, which you can . After you download Microsoft Edge, do the following:

1. Open the  in Safari.

2. Tap the Share button.

3. Hit Options next to the webpage URL.

4. Select Web Archive and tap Done.

5. Tap Save to Files in the share sheet.

6. Choose a folder and hit Save.

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First you have to save a web archive version of Wordle to Files.

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This will save the Wordle webpage to your Files app, but you must now find the file itself and open it in theMicrosoft Edge (it doesn’t work in Safari or Chrome). To do this:

1. Press and hold on the Wordle webpage in Files to bring up the quick actions menu.

2. Select Share from the options that appear.

3. Choose Edge.

4. Tap Open in Microsoft Edge.

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Then you must open the web archive file in the Microsoft Edge web browser app.

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Wordle will open as an offline webpage in Microsoft Edge, which you can play without being connected to the internet, although it won’t transfer over your wins or streaks.

Limo driver who sparked Delta outbreak is fined for not wearing a mask

The limo driver at the centre of Australia’s biggest outbreak has been slapped with a $500 fine for not wearing a face mask.

Michael Podgoetsky was hit with the PIN on Tuesday at about 3pm while sitting on a bus stop bench near his home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.

The 63-year-old is thought to be patient zero for the disastrous Bondi cluster which has now spread throughout the state claiming the lives of 96 people and infecting 21,208.

Now entering its 10th week, the outbreak sparked the brutal which has since spread all across , leaving millions confined to their homes and kids shut out of school.

The limo driver at the centre of Australia's biggest coronavirus outbreak has been slapped with a $500 fine for not wearing a face mask. Pictured: St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney

The limo driver at the centre of Australia’s biggest coronavirus outbreak has been slapped with a $500 fine for not wearing a face mask.Pictured: St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney

Mr Podgoetsky tested positive for the Delta strain on June 15 and maintains he did nothing wrong, insisting he became infected at a local Bondi café.

However health officials consider him the ‘index case’ and party van rental (https://jetblacktransportation.com/party-van-rental/) suggest he caught the virus ferrying international Fed Ex air staff to hotel quarantine on June 11 before unknowingly spreading it to his wife and several others.

At the time of the ill-fated trip he was not legally required to be vaccinated or wear a mask, despite his high-risk job.

The Gladys Berejiklian government was reportedly warned the potential biosecurity risks associated with transport workers but did not act until it was too late.

The NSW Government has since enacted a policy in response to him triggering the outbreak which requires anyone working with quarantined or international arrivals to be vaccinated and wear face coverings.

Mr Podgoetsky stated that he was wearing a face mask at all times while driving. 

Michael Podgoetsky was hit with the Penalty Infringement Notice on Tuesday at about 3pm while sitting on a bus stop bench near his home in Sydney's eastern suburbs (pictured, police patrol the eastern suburbs of Sydney)

Michael Podgoetsky was hit with the Penalty Infringement Notice on Tuesday at about 3pm while sitting on a bus stop bench near his home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs (pictured, police patrol the eastern suburbs of Sydney)

‘Around 3pm today (Tuesday 31 August 2021) officers from Eastern Suburbs Police Area Command received information relating to a breach of the COVID-19 public health orders by a 63-year-old Bondi man,’ Police said in a statement.

‘The man has now been issued with a $500 PIN for not wear fitted face covering at public transport waiting area.’

Mr Podgoetsky told the Daily Telegraph he’s tired of being connected to the devastating outbreak.

‘I don’t want to be associated with this.I got this stupid disease from somewhere, I don’t know where,’ he said.

Health officials consider Mr Podgoetsky the 'index case' of the Delta outbreak and suggest he caught the virus ferrying international Fed Ex air staff to hotel quarantine on June 11 before unknowingly spreading it to his wife and several others (pictured, travellers at Sydney Airport)

Health officials consider Mr Podgoetsky the ‘index case’ of the Delta outbreak and suggest he caught the virus ferrying international Fed Ex air staff to hotel quarantine on June 11 before unknowingly spreading it to his wife and several others (pictured, travellers at Sydney Airport)

‘It’s terrible what’s happening to the country… I followed all the rules,’ he said.

He has since returned to work and has been vaccinated against the virus receiving both Pfizer jabs after initially refusing the AstraZeneca dose due to a family history of blood clots.   

‘It’s unfair that people have blamed me for Delta.I got it from somebody.

‘I’ve got a drug addict… living (near) me who’s threatening me. It’s terrible what’s happening in the country.’

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Kitschy pattern: Sienna Miller went for a stroll in New York City looking casually cool in an H&M gingham print dress

Kitschy pattern: Sienna Miller went for a stroll in New York City looking casually cool in an H&M gingham print dress

Sienna Miller went for a stroll in New York City looking casually cool. 

The 36-year-old actress donned a retro gingham dress by H&M, featuring a ruched bodice and knee-length hem.

Yellow shoes and lucite sunglasses were unexpected edgy  additions to her summertime getup.

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Fruity fashions: At 39, Kourtney Kardashian has never looked better. While on vacation recently, the reality star donned a white bra top and straight leg short shorts by Italian label Dolce & Gabbana

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At 39, Kourtney Kardashian has never looked better.

While on vacation with her boo, Younes Bendjima, the reality star donned a white bra top and straight leg short shorts by Italian label Dolce & Gabbana.

Her cheerful orange-printed bottoms were just the fun squeeze of quirkiness her tropic wardrobe needed.  

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Jenna Dewan, 37, put her perfect pins on display while running errands in Studio City, California, wearing the 'Elsa' mini by Endless Summer

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The ‘World of Dance’ judge sported the ‘Elsa’ mini featuring a ladybug pattern by Los Angeles-based brand Endless Summer. 

She elongated the look of her legs with ‘Clarita’ bow-embellished leather sandals that matched her skin tone by Alexandre Birman. 

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Save on Surface Pro 8, smart TVs and more during Best Buy’s 24-hour flash sale

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Best Buy has launched a new flash sale today, slashing prices on popular favorites like the AirPods Max and Microsoft Surface Pro 8 tablet. Right now you can save on all the latest tech, with deals on smart TVs, laptops, tablets, headphones and more. You can . But hurry — these deals end tonight.

Whether you’re upgrading your home entertainment space or shopping for the right PC to keep you productive at home or on-the-go, you’ll find plenty of tempting offers in Best Buy’s 24-hour flash sale. To save you some time, we went through the sale to highlight some of the best deals available. Check out a few of our favorite offers below. 

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Get the power of a laptop with the flexibility of a tablet. The Surface Pro 8 features a kickstand and detachable keyboard, as well as a built-in Surface Slim Pen 2 — so you can create like a pro no matter where you are.

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This 14-inch Dell laptop features WIndows 11 and a convenient touchscreen with an energy-efficient LED backlight. It also features a 256GB solid state drive for storage that allows faster start-up times and data access. Small enough to be portable while having a large enough display to work on all day, a long-lasting battery keeps you connected so you can get everything done no matter what the day brings. 

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Movies, sports and more will look sharp and lifelike with this 4K Ultra HD NanoCell Display with a resolution of 2160p for a home cinema experience. Featuring a Game Optimizer, FilmMaker Mode, TV Sound Mode Share, voice assistance and more, this TV has everything you need to upgrade your entertainment space to do it all. 

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Long-haul carrier Emirates today said it would resume its Boeing 777 flights to the U

Long-haul carrier Emirates today said it would resume its Boeing 777 flights to the U.S.by Saturday after halting its use of the aircraft there over an ongoing dispute over the rollout of new 5G services in America.

But the airline warned that a ‘long-term resolution’ is needed following the launch of 5G. 

The warning comes as blasted Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and the Biden administration for ‘sleepwalking’ through the long awaited, yet disastrous, rollout of 5G technology. 

Dubai-based Emirates, which flies only the Boeing 777 and the double-decker Airbus A380, was among international carriers which cancelled early flights or switched to different planes on Wednesday following warnings from the Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing over possible interference from the new 5G signals. 

But the FAA later told airlines there was no longer a problem with the operation of the Boeing 777, leading them scrambling to resume their flights. 

Emirates said it would resume its Boeing 777 service to Chicago, Dallas Fort Worth, Miami, Newark, Orlando and Seattle on Friday. 

Flights to Boston, Houston and San Francisco, which saw Emirates deploy its Airbus A380 jumbo jet, will resume Boeing 777 flights on Saturday.

Emirates President Tim Clark, who has slammed the 5G fiasco as the ‘most delinquent, irresponsible’ mess he has seen in his 50-year aviation career and blamed it on Buttigieg, apologized to the airline’s customers for the disruption. 

‘Safety will always be our top priority, and we will never gamble on this front,’ Clark said.’We welcome the latest development which enables us to resume essential transport links to the U.S. to serve travelers and cargo shippers.’  

But Clark warned: ‘However, we are also very aware that this is a temporary reprieve, and a long-term resolution would be required.’

This graphic shows how the wireless spectrum used by 5G networks could interfere with altimeters, which measure a plane's altitude and is especially important for low-visibility operations. The CEOs of the airlines have asked officials that the 5G be implemented everywhere in the country except within the approximate 2 miles of airport runways at some key airports

This graphic shows how the wireless spectrum used by 5G networks could interfere with altimeters, which measure a plane’s altitude and is especially important for low-visibility operations.The CEOs of the airlines have asked officials that the 5G be implemented everywhere in the country except within the approximate 2 miles of airport runways at some key airports

An Emirates Airlines Boeing 777 lands at Logan International Airport in Boston, March 10, 2014

An Emirates Airlines Boeing 777 lands at Logan International Airport in Boston, March 10, 2014

AT&T and Verizon launched their 5G network across America on Wednesday morning, switching on 4,500 towers to bring faster wireless to their customers.They had to hold back on ten percent of the towers — 500 — that are near airports because the frequencies the towers emit could interfere with the signal on some planes. 

Eighty-eight airports now have buffers to protect against it but some major airports like Boston and Memphis do not. In the most recent FAA announcement on Wednesday afternoon, the government said ’62 percent’ of flights could operate safely — leaving nearly half to reschedule.

On Wednesday, some airline passengers who were unaware of the fiasco showed up at airports ready to board their flights but were told they had been canceled. 

Air India, Emirates, BA, Japan Airlines and All Nippon canceled flights on Tuesday, then rushed to bring them back on Wednesday following new FAA advice saying the Boeing 777 was safe to use. 

In total, 473 flights to, from and within the US have been canceled so far, according to tracking website FlightAware.It’s unclear if all have been scrapped because of 5G, but the network launch is causing major issues.

Republicans have blamed Buttigieg and the administration for the botched rollout, with GOP members of transportation and technology-related congressional panels releasing a joint statement Wednesday claiming the Biden administration ‘sleepwalked’ the process.        

‘The Biden administration has failed to provide any leadership to find a solution to this spectrum issue,’ the statement reads.’The U.S. government has hardworking experts who can address any outstanding technical issues, but instead of leading, the has sleepwalked through this botched process.’

‘By lurching from one arbitrary deadline to the next with no clear plan or strategy for resolution, this Administration’s negligence continues to delay finding a lasting solution that improves our everyday wireless communication while protecting aviation safety.’

The letter was signed by four Republicans — Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Ranking Member Sam Graves from Missouri; Aviation Subcommittee Ranking Member Garret Graves from Louisiana; Energy and Commerce Committee Ranking Member Cathy McMorris Rodgers from Washington; and Communications and Technology Subcommittee Ranking Member Bob Latta from Ohio. 

Texas Republican Representative Beth Van Duyne tweeted of the disaster: ‘The airline industry has been hit hard by authoritarian vaccine mandates and staffing shortages.The last thing it needs is failed leadership on the 5G rollout.’

Buttigieg and the administration also faced some backlash from within their own party for the fiasco.

Democratic Representative Sharice Davids tweeted Wednesday: ‘Glad to see that Verizon and AT&T have agreed to delay 5G deployment around key airports.Our main priority as Congress is safety, and this solution allows the vast majority of wireless deployment to continue while protecting passengers and cargo from delays and disruption.’ 

A group of Republicans who head up the minority in transportation and technology-related committees and subcommittees slammed the administration  for it's disastrous 5G roll out. They wrote: 'The U.S. government has hardworking experts who can address any outstanding technical issues, but instead of leading, the White House has sleepwalked through this botched process'

A group of Republicans who head up the minority in transportation and technology-related committees and subcommittees slammed the administration  for it’s disastrous 5G roll out.They wrote: ‘The U.S. government has hardworking experts who can address any outstanding technical issues, but instead of leading, the White House has sleepwalked through this botched process’

Republican Rep. Beth Van Duyne slammed the administration for 'failed leadership' leading to a slew of flight cancelations due to the roll out

Republican Rep.Beth mercedes mini van Duyne slammed the administration for ‘failed leadership’ leading to a slew of flight cancelations due to the roll out

Federal Communications Commission Commissioner Brendan Carr also blasted Biden on Wednesday.

‘The Biden Administration’s botched handling of C-Band 5G offerings highlights a failure of competent leadership,’ he wrote on Twitter.’The White House walked back a Biden-brokered infrastructure agreement after just two weeks.’

‘This is a bad deal,’ he assured.

‘The Biden Administration could have stood up and sided with science,’ Carr continued.’They didn’t. Their silence paved the way for a pressure campaign timed to maximize the chances that Administration officials would cave. They did.’

‘Running a dysfunctional process does not promote air safety or America’s 5G leadership.’

The president of Emirates has slammed the 5G fiasco as the ‘most delinquent, irresponsible’ mess he has seen in his 50-year aviation career and blamed it on Transport Secretary Pete Buttigieg, who he says knew about the impending chaos but failed to warn anyone in time to stop it.   

Eighty-eight airports now have buffers to protect against it but some major airports like Denver, Atlanta, Boston, Memphis do not.

In the most recent FAA announcement on Wednesday afternoon, the government said ’62 percent’ of flights could operate safely — leaving nearly half to reschedule. 

Sir Tim Clark, the president of Dubai-based Emirates, appeared on