Peak - Brain Training

Peak - Brain Training

By brainbow

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2014-09-01
  • Current Version: 4.36
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 442.63 MB
  • Developer: brainbow
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 123,643 Ratings


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 Professor Barbara Sahakian FMedSci, DSc, Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Cambridge). 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 or visit 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 - Like us - Visit us - Say hi PEAK PRO PRICING & TERMS For Peak Pro upgrades we offer the following subscriptions: 1 month from $4.99* [NB/ Changes per local] 
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  • I can’t stop playing Peak

    By bonbing342
    Not only are the game is addictive nobinteresting and give me great satisfaction but I have noticed a difference in how and how I am thinking and performing in every day tasks
  • Thumbs up

    By _justmo
    Awesome focus games.
  • Peak is cool

    By Abs and Belly Boo
    Peak is a very interactive game. Very fun to do your daily “workout” in the car or on the go. It isn’t my favorite game ever, but still very fun
  • Waste of money

    By Disconnect roblox
    The game is free, I download it first thing I see is “buy pro” like what? Why is the game free but you can’t even do anything on it besides having a lot of stuff on your screen and can’t access any of it unless you pay for it. You can legit look up apps like this and get a fully free game that actually helps, which means no spending money on something you can just look up on google.
  • Not Worth It

    By m.1347
    They’ve put in way too many ads, especially with this latest update. And even though your scores improve in their games over time, I definitely haven’t noticed any change in my memory/problem-solving skills/etc. in the past few months I’ve been playing. Not worth your time and all the ads.
  • Great exercises, annoying ads

    By Minem12
    Not a huge fan of having ads in between every daily challenge exercise (I have the free version). I would honestly prefer to have two long ad breaks than having a bunch of small ones in between each exercise. Otherwise, great game! Super engaging, and I’ve experienced actual mental change through playing it.
  • 5 stars

    By JennKlock
    I like this but my only complaint is how much they try to get you to go pro
  • Color

    By someone977803
    Test are fine but for chromatically challenged persons, the test results are irrelevant.
  • Eh

    By AnonymousRowerChick
    Pros: the games are simple, fun and you are scored per game (shows bell curve of your performance based on other users at your rank) as well as track your overall progress. Cons: bell curve percentile includes 100 which should really only be out of 99... Also, I’m not sure why I can score pretty consistently in the 90th percentile (or so) yet my “brain map” is smaller than the average for my age group 🤔. Based on this data, I question the accuracy of the app and its data quality of the overall brain map. 🤷🏻‍♀️
  • Expensive

    By anastasijaaaaaa
    This game aint really free, i can only play 4 games per day and that’s really disappointing. Everyone should be able to play all the games, runs some ads, idk but this is wrong