Memory Trainer Plus

Memory Trainer Plus


The paid, ad-free version of the free Memory Trainer app.

It has been recently scientifically proven that regular mental exercise can significantly improve your memory and this app has been designed to do just that (and be tons of fun as well). In particular, Memory Trainer works out your spatial memory, working memory, focus and concentration skills.

Frequent memory exercises, like the ones in Memory Trainer, help to strengthen and improve your memory.
This was proven in a UCLA study in 2006, published in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, which you can read here (http://goo.gl/aiBg). Another benefit of training your memory is that it lowers your risk of Alzheimer's disease. Exercises that keep your mind active, tone your mental muscle and keep your brain healthy. Read more about the link between brain training and Alzheimer's here (http://goo.gl/4AoN).

Memory Trainer helps strengthen your spatial memory.

Spatial memory is the part of memory responsible for recording information about one's environment and its spatial orientation. For example, you use your spatial memory is required when you navigate around a familiar city. You also use this kind of memory when you remember the position of objects as well as visually remembering patterns. By remembering the locations of target tiles in a visual grid, you are actively working out this type of memory when you use Memory Trainer. Scientists think spatial memory is tied to the right hemisphere of the brain.

Daily mental exercise is recommendet for a healthy brain - so use the Memory Trainer as often as possible!
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About Memory Trainer Plus
The paid, ad-free version of the free Memory Trainer app.

It has been recently scientifically proven that regular mental exercise can significantly improve your memory and this app has been designed to do just that (and be tons of fun as well). In particular, Memory Trainer works out your spatial memory, working memory, focus and concentration skills.

Frequent memory exercises, like the ones in Memory Trainer, help to strengthen and improve your memory.
This was proven in a UCLA study in 2006, published in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, which you can read here (http://goo.gl/aiBg). Another benefit of training your memory is that it lowers your risk of Alzheimer's disease. Exercises that keep your mind active, tone your mental muscle and keep your brain healthy. Read more about the link between brain training and Alzheimer's here (http://goo.gl/4AoN).

Memory Trainer helps strengthen your spatial memory.

Spatial memory is the part of memory responsible for recording information about one's environment and its spatial orientation. For example, you use your spatial memory is required when you navigate around a familiar city. You also use this kind of memory when you remember the position of objects as well as visually remembering patterns. By remembering the locations of target tiles in a visual grid, you are actively working out this type of memory when you use Memory Trainer. Scientists think spatial memory is tied to the right hemisphere of the brain.

Daily mental exercise is recommendet for a healthy brain - so use the Memory Trainer as often as possible!

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A Google User
Oct 10, 2014
Really good Signing in through 'Play Games' to track progress and continue on other devices (or when upgrading) should be included
A Google User
Aug 11, 2014
Bloody good Use it every day.
A Google User
Jun 12, 2014
WTF do you need location in a paid app Beautiful memory trainer BUT it tracks location in the paid version which is very annoying.
A Google User
Feb 23, 2014
Brilliant Excellent and interesting exercises.
A Google User
Jul 31, 2013
Excellent Great memory training!