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 123,900 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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  • Addictive!

    By bluefrog2700
    I’m on my second year with the paid subscription and have now reached the 99th percentile in four area. It’s great seeing progress. To me, the subscription is 100% worth it because I can choose to focus a little more on one area at a time and replay a game a few times. I find myself reaching for it throughout the day where I can choose which game to play rather than be stuck with only three choices. The word games are my favorite. I don’t care for the “emotion” games at all - its very hard to see the tiny faces on my phone on two of them. I’m also a subscriber on Lumosity. A few of the games are similar, but most are different and I wouldn’t want to give up either of them.
  • Too many ads

    By britt0528
    It used to have only one or two adds per daily session, now it’s one after every game! It’s really annoying and the reason I will be deleting the app!
  • Aggressive Ads

    By Dananoell
    I’ve paid for this app in the past and it was worth it but I’m not in a position now to pay for frivolous things like app games, even if they are productive. So I deal with the ads so I can continue to learn. Often times, the ads don’t take me back to the app and I have to close the app in order to just release myself from the hostage situation that the ad has put me in. I lose all progress that I’ve made. It’s enough to make me want to find another app without such aggressive ads.
  • Not as fun without pro

    By Alayna ML
    While this is a fun app and I enjoy the games I do get, I do not pay or have the pro version. So I what I get is 4 free games a day (called my daily workout) that they choose for me. If I want to play any other game I have to watch an ad. This is not to bad but many of the games shown in the advertising for this app are not included unless you get pro. You can’t even watch ads to get them. Also often I will watch an ad to play a game and it will freeze up on me and not let me play the game. The screen just turns black and stays there. I knows it’s not my internet because it works for everything else and my phone is typically pretty fast. So I don’t know. It’s a good app but it doesn’t have all you probably think it has from the advertisements. It’s pretty limited but besides that it’s pretty fun and helpful. I like the skill analysis!
  • Best brain app I’ve found!

    By LarkNVicki
    I like it better than Lumosity and Elevate. And I can pay it monthly. I like that.
  • It’s okay😐

    By UnicornBuddies4Life
    I think the games are fun but I don’t like that if you want to play more than 5 games or so a day, you have to pay for it. I mean these people tell us it’s free but it actually isn’t if you want to play a good amount so I took off two stars for that but the rest is fun and I don’t have any more complaints.

    By Texasmarie1
    I go through one game and it says I have to “upgrade to pro” to play any other. It’s a trap. Don’t do it
  • great app...recent changes a problem

    By Vickkiiiii
    worked flawlessly until updates May 17, 2019 Now gets stuck in endless loop of replay in some games. I presume that will be promptly fixed so I 'm still rating it high. It's a great collection of games, the format is flexible and the progress reports add a lot to the enjoyment. I don't know if this activity improves your brain function or just your game playing skills but it's good either way. Other brain training apps I've tried have a few good games and many that are just plain silly or boring. These games are much more creative.
  • Amazing, but could stop with the “pro “ thing

    By Irenesawesome
    Peak is amazing, train my brain with fun games but I wish I could play more games without having to purchase pro. Maybe u could add some more to the regular peak, but the pro will still be there!
  • 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