Fit Brains Trainer

Rosetta Stone Fit Brains Trainer is an award-winning brain training & fitness app brought to you by Rosetta Stone, the world's premier learning company. Fit Brains games are not only extremely fun to play, but they help improve your brain health as well. Train your brain with over 360 brain games & workout sessions designed to target Memory, Processing Speed, Concentration, Problem Solving, and Visual-Spatial skills. Download the Fit Brains app for FREE now! HEALTH BENEFITS:
 * Improve Memory and Recognition * Deep Concentration * Increase Attention Span * Smart & Quick Thinking * Stronger Problem Solving * Improve Hand-Eye Coordination * Faster Reaction Speed * Positive Mood Changes
 AWARD-WINNING BRAIN TRAINING BY ROSETTA STONE: Fit Brains Trainer is used by more than 12 million people and has been ranked as the #1 education app in 90+ countries! TRACK YOUR PERFORMANCE: The Fit Brains Index uses an innovative adaptive learning system to scale and measures your cognitive performances across 5 major brain areas. Use personalized tools to track & improve your performance, and compare your training scores with others your age and gender. CONTACT US GENERAL INQUIRIES: contact@fitbrains.com TWITTER: http://twitter.com/fitbrains 
FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/FitBrainsCommunity BLOG: http://www.fitbrains.com
/blog LINKEDIN: http://www.linkedin.com/company/fit-brains PINTEREST: http://www.pinterest.com/rosettastonehq/fit-brains-brain-games/ SCIENCE OF FIT BRAINS Our scientific efforts are led by our Chief Scientific Officer, Dr. Paul Nussbaum, a clinical neuropsychologist and national leader in Brain Health. He is cited frequently by the media and national press including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today. IN THE NEWS New York Times:
 "There is a gradual growing awareness that challenging your brain can have positive effects," Dr. Cohen said... "Every time you challenge your brain it will actually modify the brain," he said. "We can indeed form new brain cells, despite a century of being told it is impossible."

 Women's Health: 
"I logged on during a break at work and got so hooked I ended up playing their brain games for an hour." Discover Magazine: 
"What's unique: Complex, richly illustrated and thought out brain games with different levels and storylines. Summed up: Very dynamic." 

CBS: 
"It's a game playing product but the twist here is that all of the games help exercise and train your brain!"

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14 June 2015

taking too long too open


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16 April 2015

Will not work


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4 February 2015

5 mins. and still loading.


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31 January 2015

I loved what I could see of this app, but the trial is extremely short, so I wasn't able to try all features. Seems to well coincide with the principles of neuropsychology. The games were fun and well targeted for the most part, I just wish I wasn't on such a tight budget so I could afford the full version. It would be great to see a condensed free version with a few of the major areas covered, for those who cannot afford a subscription.


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25 January 2015

Love it all but two things Expensive. Has to be the highest priced app out there Number two, why do I have to login every time, can't it store a login? Otherwise, great app, and very fun, makes u think your actually accomplishing something... but I have to say a lot of this is in actual video games.. so I'm taking back my statement video games are good for nothing, and here I use to think video games provided nothing, it's keeping teenies minds sharp as a razor, hahaha


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16 January 2015

I was all excited to start using this app, I went to open it and all that was there was a blank white screen. I was so mad. every time I tried to open it it just showed me the same blank white screen. I wish I was at least able to open it. Please fix this problem!


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29 December 2014

Great way to keep your mind sharp on a daily basis, lots of mental exercises to keep your wits as the transition to advanced age marches on.


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27 December 2014

really helpful


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27 December 2014

I think this would be helpful for very helpful for a friend suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's. But getting them to do it may be a struggle. The price is a bit high, especially if using the monthly fee.


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26 December 2014

This is why the human race intellectual genetics is going down the toilet! This great game should be free so anyone can grow intellectually but no if you want to expand your mind you have to pay ridiculous monthly fee while you can watch endless movies and music videos for free! Why are our kids so fat and hate schools? Because you can buy a cheeseburger for a dollar and a salad for 5$, smart games cause 150/year and dumb games are free. We live in a society that promotes stupidity.

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