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BrainHQ - Brain Training Exercises app review



Price: Free

BrainHQ by Posit Science is a health and fitness app that trains your brain to improve its memory, speed, and attention.

You will be amazed at how well this app really works! It uses the principals of “brain-plasticity,” a new science that has determined the brain will always have the ability to change and improve. Many of the top scientists from around the globe have provided their thoughts and feedback in regards to the BrainHQ exercises. As a result this app delivers a comprehensive and highly effective training system that improves brain function from perception to memory to decision making.

This is the only brain training program successful in large-scale randomized clinical trials, which is the gold standard for scientific results. With testing and studies from leading institutions such as the Mayo Clinic, Department of Veterans Affairs, and the University of California at Berkeley, you can rest assured this app brings you the best in professionalism. BrainHQ Improves memory by 10 years of function, increases processing speed by over 130%, increases quality of life and mood by over 30%, sharpens attention, improves reaction time, decreases the risks of driving accidents, and helps people balance the demands of a busy life.

BrainHQ was updated to Version1.1.0 on January 30, 2013. It has a total of 95 customer ratings with an average of four out of five stars. Feedback comments are very positive with people even having fun with this app. Users have expressed happiness in seeing improvements after using the app and are pleased with the scientific credibility of the app.

This is an impressive app and appears to really work. The exercises can be a bit difficult but allows you to see improvements easier. Give this app a try, you won’t be disappointed!

For: iPad with iOS 5.0 or later

BrainHQ - Brain Training Exercises app review


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