'Wordle' today: Get the answer, hints for June 4 – Mashable

Wordle #350? Where does the time go?! It seems it was just yesterday we began wondering why everyone was suddenly tweeting little yellow and green squares, and now we’re nearly at a year’s worth of Wordle. We’ll continue to bring you daily tips, clues, and spoilers.
If you just want the answer, bookmark this page for the solution to the June 4 Wordle. In the meantime, keep reading for some subtle clues to nudge you towards the answer, and strategies to help you every day.
Wordle was originally created by engineer Josh Wardle as a gift for his partner, but soon went mega-viral. It’s now a daily habit for thousands of people, the New York Times bought it in a seven-figure deal, TikTok creators livestream themselves playing, and fans have even created alternate Wordle versions inspired by the original. This includes battle royale format Squabble, music identification game Heardle, and variations like Dordle and Quordle that make you guess multiple words at once
Not the day you’re after? Here’s the Wordle answer for June 3.
More Wordle: Here’s the Wordle answer for June 5.
We have some ideas to help you select the perfect opening. A key consideration is choosing a word with at least two different vowels in it, plus a few common consonants such as T, S, or N — and if you choose one that hasn’t been any day’s answer yet, you might even snag the elusive one-guess win.
While you could once play the entire archive of past puzzles, the archive was taken down at the request of the New York Times, according to the site. Boooo.
If you’ve been finding Wordle too easy, there is a Hard Mode you can switch on to give yourself more of a challenge. But in general, we can assure you that Wordle isn’t getting harder
Half the fun of Wordle is that everyone’s trying to solve the exact same puzzle by finding the exact same word, no matter where you’re playing from. However, occasionally the game will accept two different correct solutions on the same day. This aberration is due to changes the New York Times made to the original word list and order after it acquired Wordle earlier this year. Whenever this happens, we’ll let you know both answers.
It could be a noun or a verb.
…the letter ‘h’.
OK…
Ready?

It’s…
FROTH.
Reporting by Caitlin Welsh, Amanda Yeo and Adam Rosenberg contributed to this article.
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