Peak - Brain Training

Peak - Brain Training

By brainbow

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2014-09-01
  • Current Version: 4.21
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 279.45 MB
  • Developer: brainbow
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 92,956 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Peak - Brain Training App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
From 92,956 Reviews
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Peak - Brain Training App Description

It’s time to play smarter and feel sharper with Peak, the app that was chosen as Best App 2014 in over 24 countries around the world. Join millions of brain trainers worldwide and see what the fuss is all about. Reach Peak performance with over 40 unique games, each one developed by neuroscientists and game experts to challenge your cognitive skills and push you further. Use Coach, the personal trainer for your brain, to find the right workout for you at the right time. Choose from Coach’s best recommendations to push your skills to the max. Or take contextual workouts like Coffee Break if you’re short on time. Coach will help you track your progress using in-depth insights and keep you going when you need it most. Play for free or upgrade to Pro and get the best brain training experience available. PEAK FEATURES: - Free games that challenge your Memory, Attention, Problem Solving, Mental Agility, Language, Coordination, Creativity and Emotion Control. - Learn which categories you excel in, and compete with friends by comparing your brainmap and game performance. - Get access to Peak Advanced Training Plans: intensive programs that train a specific skill, including the new Wizard memory game created with Professor Barbara Sahakian and Tom Piercy in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge. - Unwind with Peak’s relaxing activities to bring calm and balance to your experience. - Available for Apple Watch with 3 games that assess your memory and attention. DEVELOPED BY NEUROSCIENCE EXPERTS Peak games are designed in collaboration with experts in neuroscience, cognitive science, and education. Peak's scientific advisory board includes Bruce E. Wexler, M.D., Professor Emeritus and Senior Research Scientist in Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine and Founder & Chief Scientist at C8 Sciences, Professor Barbara Sahakian FMedSci, DSc, Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Cambridge, and Professor Vincent Walsh,PhD, Professor of Human Brain Research at University College London. IN THE NEWS Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, The Guardian, Techcrunch, Venturebeat, Wired Apple: App Store Best of 2014, Best App of September and Editor's Choice Have questions, feedback, or just want to say hi? Contact us at hello@peak.net or visit peak.net. PEAK PRO Peak is free to use, but you can get even more from your training by upgrading to a Pro Training Account. Peak Pro offers personalized workouts, unlimited access to all games, and in-depth insights so you can track and review your performance. Follow us - twitter.com/peaklabs Like us - facebook.com/peaklabs Visit us - peak.net Say hi -hello@peak.net PEAK PRO PRICING & TERMS For Peak Pro upgrades we offer the following subscriptions: 1 month from $4.99* [NB/ Changes per local] 
12 months from $34.99* * Prices displayed are USD$, actual charges might be converted to local currency depending on your country of residence. Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours of the end of the current period, and the cost of the renewal will be provided.
 Subscriptions may be managed by the user. Auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication. For more information: 
Terms of Use - http://www.peak.net/terms-and-conditions/ 
Privacy Policy - http://www.peak.net/privacy-policy/
 Payment Policy - http://www.peak.net/payment-policy/

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App Reviews

  • Makes you pay for pro to keep playing

    3
    By Hidhehbg
    You only get to play once a day. If you want to play more you have to buy pro. No thanks
  • Love the games, but limited

    3
    By JoeSmo652
    Love the games, but still debating if I want to pay for more than 1 per day.
  • Crashes on iOS All Of a sudden

    1
    By kubanitaaa
    I lost my 7 day streak because Peak crashes every time I try to open the app. Please fix!!
  • Very shady billing practice

    2
    By VegasChiefsFan
    The app has some promise. Seams like it would be interesting for quite a while and fresh, however, if you look at upgrading to PRO, it is all too obvious that they are trying to be deceptive. The screen says. 1YEAR =$2.93 (in very small print is the words ‘per month’) That’s wrong and false advertising. I’m very disappointed with this company and will have to rethink downloading any apps made by them knowing their Ethics are questionable.
  • Great game!

    5
    By Mll6df
    This is a great game that does exactly what it says. I feel like my brain is working better and quicker when I consistently use the app. When I don’t use the app for awhile and then play, I notice my scores drop a bit because I’m not doing as well as when I use it daily. The games are fun!
  • Improved cognition

    5
    By Karen G 1234
    The game improves cognition. I highly recommend it.
  • You have to pay to play

    1
    By ProfessorRBT
    This was a bit of bait and switch. It said in app purchases, but doesn’t tell you that you have to upgrade to play anything after your assessment. There is NOTHING I have access to that doesn’t require money.
  • Sandman4x4Fun

    4
    By Sandman4x4Fun
    Ok I’m not claiming, or pretending to be a genius, but I can hold my own and have scored fairly high I all the tests I’ve been subjected to when I enlisted in the U. S. Army back in 1973. Plus I’ve been told I scored fairly high in the battery of test to find my IQ, back in my younger days, that told my parents and I that I was a few points above average, so I’m not a dummy by any stretch of the imagination. I don’t know what the science is behind these games/tests, but I have to be honest, I thought I would do better. But maybe that’s a key, the more you do the more challenging it will get, but also easier over time.
  • Good Concept but needs better Execution

    3
    By Supercalifragalisticexp.......
    The concept of Peak is a good one but it is executed poorly, in my opinion. The main issues I have with it are: - Games: Some of the games are poorly explained. For example, because of the tutorial video, I played a Language game under the impression I could only make 3-letter words, resulting in a very low score. You are also not informed that the games increase in difficulty when you rank up, or how the game changes once you do. - Scores: Maybe I’m just salty (?) but I have a 14 day streak and my scores are incredibly low... I think? You are not told if you want high numbers or lower but I’m assuming higher is what you should aim for. I don’t consider myself a genius but I believe my mental abilities are at least average and yet my brain map never even comes close to that of my age group’s. My Peak brain score has never cracked 300 (and it appears to be out of 1,000) and additionally, at the end of each workout, I sometimes lose points in categories I never played a game in on that day. The issue is that nothing is explained: why did I lose or gain XXX points? What does my brain map and Peak brain score mean? What is good, what is bad, and how can I improve?
  • Lame options

    2
    By JS317JS
    Yes, you can play their 4 games a day they choose for you, but you can’t do any other puzzles unless you pay

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