While recent research has concluded that forgotten people are smarter than those with high retention, memory is valuable and valuable in many ways. There are various techniques to improve this capability, and some of them are in mobile application stores.
There are alternatives to iOS and Android, free of charge in all cases. As you can see, the proposals in this area bet on the game as a learning variable.
Movement for the brain
Lumosity is an application that has a ten-year journey, which has captured almost 100 million members. With the motto "discover what is fit for your mind," the tool was developed by experts from neuroscience and includes a series of games that, promise, help to improve not only memory, but also attention, mental speed and resolution of problems.
"We transform classical research tasks into games to challenge skills such as memory or attention," they say. The app is available for computers with Android, iOS and can also be used by the computer. While it's free to download, ask to register: it's possible to do it with the credentials of Facebook or email from Google.
After entering in, ask to fill in the profile (gender, education data, profession, etc.). After a test level, he proposes a series of tests that must be completed every day. "Whether to start the day or wait for the bus, you can practice where and when you want," they say.
Elevate is an app available on iOS and Android strengthens the connection between memory and playful suggestions. In fact, this includes many mini-games designed to support different abilities. For example, the speed of reading, concentration, and some mathematical knowledge.
As a physical training application, it provides detailed information about the user's performance in the games and their daily progress. On this basis, the difficulty is increasing. It also offers customized programs for different profiles and interests.
It should be noted that many of the functions of this Free Access application and enrolled in the Brain Training category are in English.
15 minutes a day
NeuroNation has support of more than 10 million downloads, only on Google Play. Also available for Apple and PC computers, is assumed as a scientific method applied to training for the brain.
Its developers say 15 minutes a day is enough to improve memory. It also includes a section for comparing performance in the challenges with other users and friends, adding that a play quota that differentiates applications in this area.
The application is free and requires you to log in with a Facebook or Google profile. Good news: like in the previously mentioned apps, we did not find invasive ads.