Is your brain feeling a little flabby? Have you watched too much reality TV lately? You have a chance to get your brain back into shape with these educational apps.Apple apps Lumosity Mobile (Free) — Lumosity’s mobile app is designed to help improve your memory and the elasticity of your brain. Sounds tough, but the training is game-based. (Mobilewalla Score: 99/100) Duolingo (Free)* — Duolingo offers language classes in Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian and English, for free. (Score: 98/100) Trivia: Knowledge Trainer ($2.99) — This brain trainer challenges you with 5,000 trivia questions set to five difficulty levels in 10 categories. (Score: 96/100) Fit Brains Trainer (Free)* — This app provides the user with challenging exercises that change and adapt in order to continue to challenge the user with each session. (Score: 87/100) Udemy (Free)* — Udemy provides access to thousands of online courses in subjects like cake decorating, programming and business. (Score: 74/100)Android apps Super Sudoku (Free) — Sudoku is a great tool for brain training. Use this popular app to challenge yourself and track your progress against players worldwide. (Mobilewalla Score: 99/100) Top Crossword Puzzles Free (Free) — This app aggregates crosswords from multiple sites to challenge beginners and experts alike. (Score: 99/100) Coach memory! Brain trainer (Free) — Sophisticated memory puzzles help stimulate the parts of your brain that control memory in order to improve it. (Score: 98/100) Visual Anatomy Free (Free)* — The free version of this app has 58 high-res images of anatomical features and a 3-D rotational organ view. (Score: 97/100) EveryCircuit ($9.99) — If you, or your child, are interested in engineering or electrical engineering, this app teaches how circuits work using virtual interactive circuits. (Score: 84/100) *Available on Apple and Android
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