THIS week, we feature three apps to help you achieve better brain function.
All these are mostly self-improvement apps and should not replace mental health professionals for people with mental disorders.
The brain training exercises are meant to enhance overall brain health and for entertaining purposes.
This is an app designed to help you improve your memory, focus, problem solving, mental agility and language skills with fun and challenging games.
There are 16 games, which offer different challenges and difficulties — all with in-depth performance reviews, analytics and statistics.
I find this app fun to have a good mental jog once in a while.
This app has challenges which exercise your memory, lateral thinking and quick thinking.
The puzzles are creative and engaging and there are courses of trainings that allow you to develop familiarity and proficiency with basic mental tasks.
According to the developer, all brain games were developed in cooperation with renowned neuroscientists and are based on state-of-the-art scientific research.
Fit Brains Trainer
There are 14 games on this app, including one to help you with your visual-spatial skills.
Remember, you will get told when your “five free training sessions” have expired followed by a notice asking to you to pay.
It is a great way to kill time and I find that it increases focus and reflexes.