= 1


An encoding schema, where in literal words represent digital data.
Below, each symbolize the same data; The bottom one: words enclosed by slashes, is the equivalent WCode
one two three four five six
1 2 3 4 5 6
\ cat apple mango tomato /


WCode is to be used when a human needs to relay computer data from one to another manually.
Like when exchanging email addresses, mobile numberes or GPS co-coordinates by speech or writing

WCode general use-case


Comparatively, WCodes are:
  • shorter – means lesser number of words. Since 1 when spoken, is again a word: ‘one’
    As in the example above:
    6 digits
    4 nouns
    CatAppleMango Tomato
  • simpler – thus unambiguous and easier to communicate and memorize
    Digits and symbols like : 1, @, _ are replaced with common words.
    Even complex datasets like : 27°59'17'N 86°55'31'E get transformed to a bunch of simple words.
  • safer – ensures accuracy and privacy
    The chances of making a mistake are reduced.
    Additionally checksum and encryption are supported.


  1. In the WCode app select the encode mode
  2. Enter your mobile number and generate the corresponding unique WCode
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  1. Select the decode mode on the reciever's app
  2. Enter the WCode that was generated earlier
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  1. Decode and voilà — your phone should now ring
* Your unique WCode remains same. You can always get it from the app but its best to memorize