Elevate – Brain Training Games MODDED 2022


Brain training games to improve your mind skills — Math, word, & memory puzzles.
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Elevate is a brain training program designed to improve speaking abilities, processing speed, memory skills, mental math, and more. Each person is provided with their own personalized learning program that adjusts over time to maximize results.

The more you train with Elevate, the more you’ll improve critical cognitive skills that are proven to boost productivity, earning power, and self-confidence. 90%+ report improved vocabulary, memory, math skills, and overall mental sharpness when they frequently use Elevate to challenge their minds. Elevate is for everyone. Your age or profession don’t matter. Adults from all backgrounds can benefit from our app.

Elevate offers a 7-day free trial as well as a free version. To access the free version, tap the X in the upper left-hand corner after you sign up for an account.


“Elevate comes out ahead” in the battle of the brain training apps. – CNET

Elevate is a “cognitive pick-me-up” with games that are “good for mental breaks throughout the workday.” – Washington Post


• 40+ Brain Training Games: Improve your cognitive skills like focus, memory, processing, math, precision, and comprehension with 40+ brain training games and puzzles.
• Performance Tracking: Measure your performance against yourself and others. Weekly reports highlight your key accomplishments and opportunities.
• Personalized Workouts: Customize the focus of your daily workouts to train the mind skills you need most, and choose between 3 and 5 games and puzzles.
• Adaptive Progression: Train your brain with math and word exercises that get harder as you progress to ensure your experience remains challenging.
• Workout Achievements: Start a workout streak and stay motivated with 150+ achievements to win while you train your mind.
• And more!


• Express yourself more effectively in writing. Learn to write with clarity, persuasiveness, and concision.
• Improve your spelling and punctuation. Avoid common writing pitfalls.
• Become a better reader and learner. Flow through words with ease. Read everyday materials faster and with greater understanding.
• Expand your vocabulary. Learn how to use thousands of new words with fun games.
• Quickly and easily solve everyday math problems. Get better at comparing prices, splitting bills, and calculating discounts and markups.
• Boost your memory. Get shopping lists out of your pocket and into your mind. Never forget buying the milk you need or the chocolate you’ve been craving.
• Speak confidently. Advance your speech with new words. Become more articulate and develop clear expression and tone.
• Feel mentally sharper as an adult. Exercise your mind and continue to learn with Elevate’s proven training program.


Elevate’s brain games and puzzles are designed in collaboration with educational experts and are based on proven educational techniques. Elevate’s mental workout algorithms draw from cognitive research in attention and memory studies to develop a personalized training program for each user. Elevate’s effectiveness is proven by independent research on adults. 93% of people who use Elevate frequently feel mentally sharper and more confident in key skills.

For additional information about the app, please read our Terms of Service
(https://www.elevateapp.com/terms) and Privacy Policy (https://www.elevateapp.com/privacy).


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40 comentarios en "Elevate – Brain Training Games MODDED 2022"

  1. C I dice:

    I’ve had this app for two years now and here’s what I’ve noticed. The more consistent I am in using the app, the more mental benefits I reap and the effects of doing so are noticable! Quicker thinking, more clarity, better memory and my math skills are on point! Percentages? Fractions? Bring it on! Since I’ve been using the app my memory has improved immensely!! If you feel like you’re slowing down mentally or just need a mental boost or a better memory, this app is for you! Worth the $$!

  2. I love this! But… In the game Adjective Recall, it would be best if we had the ability to correct our spelling errors by clicking between the letters, rather than having to backspace, as it wastes time. It would also help if it allowed word suggestions to pop up on the keyboard, but I imagine the point is to spell out the words ourselves. I love this app for many reasons, especially for the beautiful graphics and engaging sounds.

  3. Quick games that are challenging and fun. Updated January 2023: I have had the paid version for more than a year now. I still like many of the games but rarely play. One feature that I hate: you lose EPQ that you have already earned if you have a less-than-perfect game. This is ridiculous, considering that each game gets progressively harder as you go. You should not lose points for getting a single answer wrong, but you often do. I don’t plan to renew.

  4. The exercises have very good cognitive breadth with excellent art, presentation, and scoring. The expensive subscription fee should pay for regular content updates. While the elevate team does quite well for most exercises, many memory units such as focus, recall, and synthesis have stale content and have not been substantially updated in the past year. If this continues, I may not resubscribe. Otherwise, I highly recommend the app.

  5. This app is really great. It helps a person learn vocabulary, spelling, reading, brevity, articulation, math, and so much more. As choices are correctly made, more points are received and higher becomes the advancement. This, in turn, produces slightly more difficult choices in the next workout. Feedback at lesson’s end is very much appreciated in order to know where one stands with each game that’s played, which also helps the app to improve on one’s next workout. Thanks for an excellent app.

  6. I noticed a decline in my skill to communicate effectively through comprehension and word recall due to overcoming major depressive disorder and anxiety. They took a huge toll on my mental health. Plus the insane grammatical errors (whether on purpose or not) and dialogue errors from social media was affecting me without realizing it. I started my free trial today and already noticed an improvement. The games are fun and helpful, I will definitely invest.

  7. Amy Ellen dice:

    I’ve used this app most everyday, for about 4 months. The games are challenging and fun. The graphics are fun too! More importantly, I see improvements in my daily life skills. I notice it when I estimate receipts before checkout and use fractions in work and cooking. Proofreading emails and adjective recall have improved. I have a sharper mind because of it. It’s a good mental workout. I am practicing life skills that have deteriorated since finishing school 20+ years ago. Recommended to all.

  8. Fun, mentally stimulating, and challenging. I use this to help recover after sustaining brain damage from MS. I’ve made SO MUCH progress in the last 6 mo, and even learned math I didn’t know I was capable of. When I get an answer wrong, the game breaks it down into easily understood steps. I use the free version of getting 3 games per day that I can play as many times as I want, but the free trial convinced me to get the Premium when my budget allows. Highly recommend!

  9. M glet dice:

    I’ve been looking for an app that does exactly this!!!!!! It is adult friendly, adjusts skill level accordingly, designed to keep the user mentally sharp. I love it!! And will definitely get the year plan! I hope everything stays exactly the same and we run into no problems in the future. Thanks to the creator!!!!!! You’ve really hit the nail on the head.

  10. I think this app is great. It tracks your progress and adjusts accordingly. it’s gets harder as you go and adds new challenges as your progress and are ready for them. it will show your where your Excell verses areas where you may need to improve. You also have the opportunity to go back and replay certain challenges.

  11. Very short engagement time. Other apps at least provide the opportunity to continue by playing ads. It doesn’t feel like you can really improve yourself because they don’t give you the option of a re-do. Neuronation seems to be better at least for the free edition. You can keep going with it if you watch one 5 second ad.

  12. I haven’t done all of the games this app has to offer but all the ones I’ve played have been fun, informative, creative and attention grabbing. I’m also in love with the daily quiz format as it makes it more goal orientated instead of fast burnout orientated. what?I mean, is that you can’t cram so many quizzes in your head that you’ll burn out and? quit the app the next day/week. It’s enjoyable and i would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to improve their mental operations in a fun way.

  13. Pyrolf ! dice:

    10/10 Games are engaging and actually quite fun. Good way to pass time without getting too caught up with some high intensity mobile game + you’re working your brain at the same time! The audio and Visual effects are very pleasing and im thrilled to see more updates to this app. Didn’t take me long to convince myself the annual plan was worth it aswell. Very well done!!! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

  14. I enjoy the game because it’s a game that is stimulating, and focuses on different areas of the brain so you can have our personal program based on what you struggle with. I love the pre-trial option so I’m able to find out if the app is truly worth keeping for a yearly bill or not.

  15. Kim M dice:

    Downloaded to keep my brain/mind active as I age. Very helpful. Purchased the yearly subscription and keep learning more every day. I noticed better mental clarity and memory after using this app for only a few weeks. I highly recommend this for anyone having issues with brain fog, possible early alzheimer’s, dementia and/or more brain/mind concerns.

  16. Normally I get bored with apps like this after week 1 or 2, but I think Elevate is going to keep me for a while! I paid for the year, so I hope it does… lol. I do have a *REQUEST/SUGGESTION* for an optional font that’s easier on the eyes for folks with dyslexia. I know there are a few good ones out there, but even an option to add serifs would be amazing and definitely earn you a fifth star!

  17. This app has helped keep my thinker sharp, refreshed my memory (I’ve been out of school for 20+ years), as well as taught me a few new things. I can’t give the 5th star because I’ve discovered a glitch. Sometimes I wake up early mornings/late nights and decide to play before the sun comes up only to find that even tho it’s technically the next day, the counter resets and I lose the day I played. It won’t let me get the 30 day streak. I won’t pay for that.

  18. I began playing the trial and realized I was actually improving my mental math and expanding my vocabulary. I decided to purchase the full game and I couldn’t be happier. I have been play this for some time now and I feel like my memory has improved. I like the graphical tracking and scoring; it keeps me motivated to beat my last score. I get reminders to complete it each day. There is so much to this program including additional study materials. Totally recommend this to keep you sharp.

  19. Not worth the money compared to Lumosity. Some of the exercises are very helpful while others are lost in complicated directions or controls. Most exercises are repetitive and learning stops. Scoring is absolutely arbitrary. Study is only useful once and could be attained for free and equally usefully from Wikipedia. At first, the app appears to be so much but it quickly loses its luster and promise of betterment. Some of the writing exercises are random and are only useful in a vacuum.

  20. Telly S dice:

    An excellent learning tool and then some. Love it. Recommend it to many friends. For the developers: Here is one thing I hate. The sounds upon completion of a task may be welcomed in the beginning, but after a month, they become annoying. Also, the time between completion of one task and the next is veeeeerry long. You have to click NEXT a couple of times. Just abbreviate all that please.

  21. Edited: revising rating to 4 stars, as I’ve played for 2 weeks and I’ve never gotten a game in my weakest area (memory) this whole time. I understand being limited to 3 games a day since I play the free version, but I don’t like that I can’t see how/if it could help my memory if I don’t pay to unlock the app. Overall visuals are great, games are short and fun, and app is easy to use.

  22. A paid version of the app is well worth it. The games keep you actively engaged for short bursts and the variety of games that specifically target certain categories of learning is invaluable. I have seen real world improvements in my ability to read and comprehend at a faster pace, quicker math with percentages and short division. My biggest improvement has been my recall. I can finally remember more than just what I ate for breakfast, lol. Leisurely gameplay with tremendous long term results!

  23. While this game is an interesting concept, I don’t think it is designed to actually help you improve in any way. For the most part, I don’t have to know the answers. For example, with many of the math questions, I don’t actually have to do any computation, I can tell which answers are correct because there is an obvious wrong answer. Also, with the reading and grammar questions, sometimes there are errors that are no marked or errors that could be subjective. Maybe useful for young kids…

  24. Gabriel dice:

    Great app at the beginning, I installed it a few days ago. The app worked amazing and I was even planning to buy the premium version but then it started to crash every time I opened a lesson. Great concept though and I would highly recommend it to all my friends IF it didn’t crash that much…

  25. Great app, there are no ads, I enjoy the different categories for learning improvement(s) of memory, reading, maths, etc. Unfortunately however, the app only allows a play of selected games to try until a purchase is made to continue. Although the prices seem fair. Over all, in my opinion, it is a great app. I would definitely recommend for those interested in learning improvement/advancement.

  26. This app is amazing. Whether your goal is solving math fast (which even helps me as a college student), being a good writer (and quick at that too. Also covers many areas in writing), having better analytical skills, speed reading, speak better, or “keeping your brain snappy” on important areas, this app is for you. I also really like the statistics that it gives for each of the areas you’re training, the tips it gives you, and the personalized routine. On top of all of that, the UI is amazing.

  27. Many of the games have options in multiple choice that are obviously wrong, and even so it’s usually easy to get to the right answer by estimating/guessing and seeing that only one option could possibly be right. Not really helpful in actually learning. On top of that, the option for a daily reminder doesn’t work so I forget about it.

  28. Great for sharpening skills typically unutilized after high school or college. The only downside is that playing requires a one year subscription. Also, the subscription price is a bit steep, considering you’re only receiving a years worth of access. They should consider giving those interested the option of a low price monthly subscription, if they continue using their current model instead of offering single payment access. Cost aside, it does seem a useful and effective learning tool.

  29. Pretty much excellent. Even with the free edition it’s worth playing and fairly enjoyable. If I have a bone to pick, it’s with the speaking game, although I’ve only played it once so far. It doesn’t tell you the instructions beforehand and just sends you straight in, then proceeds to give you an error sound when I’m trying to listen to the next part so I don’t make another one. Just a minor detail tbh, and the rest of the app is excellent. Very clean and well-usable. Great job.

  30. More challenging than it looks–and it actually works! With only the free version limit of three games per session, I’ve noticed improvement in my target areas (mental math in particular.) [UPDATE: I decided to switch to premium. It’s definitely worth paying for! But some of the exercises seem weighted toward people who type more rapidly with their thumbs. I don’t like that.]

  31. I was at a much lower level of comprehension overall then I would have guessed. My scores were awful. I was hardly intermediate, just above novice/beginner, and am currently advanced in nearly every category. It teaches you these very important lessons in a fun and enjoyable way. $40 annually is worth every penny for what it provides, although I hope it remains at that price, hehe!

  32. Near perfect! I just think the review is no where near where it could be. I want the words and problems I’ve had to reappear days and weeks after I make the mistakes or learn new things. So manztimes I learn a new word or figure something out and never see it again. Other than that, I love the activities. I really recommend it. Elevate – please improve the reviewing. Perhaps add more *optional* review features. I don’t see the point of learning something in a speed game and never seeing it again

  33. Overall, the game is very good, and has helped me, as I near the age of 60, to keep my mind sharp, and yes, even ‘elevate’ my abilities in some areas. Just one beef: there is no mechanism to quantify a player’s ability to hit the right button while hurrying, or the screen’s ability to respond to an intended touch, and the result become a part of the overall score. Yes, I’m being slightly facetious, but it only takes one error to destroy one’s trend, as your daily graphs show. My phone isn’t old.

  34. Ad free! Nice to have free versions with little or no ads. I only use free option. Apparently there is a pro option, but I’m not sure how much it costs or if it’s even worth it. To me, the free version is the perfect app to supplement along with separate brain training apps.The lessons are short, daily and take about 5 to 7 minutes to complete all. I’m very busy and don’t have too much time to spend on my phone so this is perfect!

  35. I’ve been using it for a few weeks now. It’s pretty good but I have a few complaints. Games should have a small preview gif to jog your memory on what you’re doing, sometimes they toss you in cold. You can restart once you get the hang of it, but who wants that? Finally, not sure what’s up with the notification times. I set mine to 6 pm and receive a reminder notification in the early AM. Occasionally, it will reset my set time entirely. I have disabled all notifications as a result.

  36. R. R dice:

    This free app helps with mental agility. I find it especially helpful with quick math and tip of the tongue moments. It does limit you to 3 exercises per day. I like that you can play again to get more practice. It does give the option to pay for upgrades and they offer occasional sales. I have only been using it for about a week but I see improvements. It is worth downloading.

  37. This game is as challenging as it is fun, and l’m learning & improving reading, writing, speakíng, & math. Who doesn’t need those skills improved? All done in the space of 3 to 5 games a day, from a large selection of word & math games to choose from or recommended. Some games are 30 seconds or less. It has a reward system that encourages a good learn habit. My challenge is to complete my games as quickly as possible everyday; working on “Training everyday for a Year” challenge.

  38. Some of the sample sentences are very poorly written, which distracts needlessly from the task at hand, such as removing extra commas. A major flaw! I also hate that you cannot turn off the timing feature. If you pause the task is obscured from view, so there’s no option to take your time with a task. I’m over 70, and I’d love to have the time I need to take in new learning. Competence and speed are not necessarily one in the same.

  39. I really enjoy the basic version of Elevate and do my three games per day in less than 10 minutes. I’ve had the app for nearly a year and have completed 327 sessions. I particularly enjoy the math activities although the input process for some games creates problems. I’m worst at the listening activities and am annoyed when one comes up while I’m playing where there are others around. I wish there were a “skip” option for those occasions.

  40. Vic N dice:

    I don’t use the app as often as I used to or should, but I’ve definitely noticed a difference. I’ve seen huge short term improvements in things like recall of information, basic math skills, vocabulary, and listening just to name a few. I currently only have the free version (since I’m currently unemployed due to COVID), but I do plan on picking up my subscription again once I’m financially stable since it’s well worth the money.

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