In the early 1990‘s, William Tunstall-Pedoe released the first version of his anagram package, SuperGram which; quite simply; created anagrams out of textual phrases input into it. The anagrams which can be created are only useful so far - for instance, if an anagrams package doesn‘t have a built-in thesaurus then the words created will mean nothing!
The latest version of SuperGram, Anagram Genius, has a 30,000 word thesaurus meaning that all sorts of words and word sequences can be created. Even better it runs perfectly on the StrongARM and on RISC OS 4. By putting my name in, for instance, 333 sequences were created; each with a score as to how appropriate they are to the situation. Anagram Genius will also use swear words; but there‘s now an additional application (!Features) which allows you to turn off the Satire/Flattery/Normal, and Vulgar words options.
This makes Anagram Genius suitable for use in any given situation, given the flexibility, and as such I‘d recommend Anagram Genius for use in any situation where you have to come up with Anagrams. Be it for creating a competition for a school newspaper ... through to answering the quizzes given in the Sunday Times!