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Elevate is a brain training program designed to improve attention, speaking skills, processing speed, memory, math skills, and more. Each person is provided with his or her own personalized training program that adjusts over time to maximize results.<br><br>The more you train with Elevate, the more you’ll improve critical cognitive skills that are designed to boost productivity, earning power, and self-confidence. Users who train at least 3 times per week have reported dramatic gains and increased confidence.<br><br>Elevate offers a 14-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. <br><br>FEATURES<br><br>* 35+ brain games for critical cognitive skills like focus, memory, processing, math, precision, and comprehension <br>* Detailed performance tracking <br>* Personalized daily workouts that include the skills you need most <br>* Adaptive difficulty progression to ensure your experience is challenging <br>* Workout calendar to help you track your streaks and stay motivated <br>* And more!<br><br>IN THE NEWS<br><br>CNET<br>“Elevate comes out ahead” in the battle of the brain training apps.<br><br>Wall Street Journal<br>Compared with other brain games, “I prefer Elevate the most.”<br><br>Washington Post<br>Elevate is a “cognitive pick-me-up” with games that are “good for mental breaks throughout the workday.”<br><br>RESEARCH BEHIND ELEVATE<br><br>Elevate's brain games are designed in collaboration with experts in education and are based on proven educational techniques. Elevate’s brain training algorithms draw from cognitive research in attention and memory studies to develop a personalized training program for each user.
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Right now, I'm actually loving the app. Just played around with the free version a bit, and I think it's enjoyable and a constructive way to kill time when all one has is one's phone, which is what I was aiming for. However, I REALLY RESENT IT when apps make it difficult to find their actual pricing. No, I absolutely will not sign up for a free trial if I don't know complete information about what I'm weighing on the other side of it. When neither the app nor your website offer a simple, straightforward, transparent way to view your pricing, it implies that your brand has something to hide or feels the need to bait us in before giving actual pricing info. I wasn't planning to buy right away or anything, I don't throw money at apps casually, but I was impressed enough with the app at first that I was eager to see the pricing so that I could consider possibly upgrading to pro sooner than later ... but nope, no such information available. Don't hide information from prospective customers if you want us to consider your app. I should NEVER have to Google up third-party reviews in outdated articles from years past, just to try to approximate a guess about pricing for a full version of any product. That kind of underhandedness is totally incongruent with the rest of the vibe of the app and I loathe it. I'll enjoy the free version, but I will never upgrade, ever, without this information being made straightforwardly apparent BEFORE going through any kind of trial or other manipulative bait setup. Change your practices.
I am currently on the free trial but I completely plan to stop before paying for the app for two reasons: 1. The progression at leasts feels if it actually isn't locked when, I get several perfect scores in a few of the mostly short games/rounds and the difficulty doesn't rise. This is one thing that for me would have to change. 2. How the subscription is a year based payment. For an app the price is okay if broken into a monthly subscription however, being yearly only (I think) it seems a trap.
Incredible learning techniques that are taught. This app also monitors your progress and increases the difficulty according to progress on a particular topic
Seems like Elevate is exactly as advertised. My gripe is with the $39.99 subscription cost, which, even IF it were just a one-time purchase, would still be pretty darn steep. Especially for a mobile game. Unfortunately for the average user, the developers have placed a wonderful app behind a terrible, high-dollar, recurring price wall. Maybe it's not hurting their revenue, but a more convenient, user friendly price tag would almost certainly move more units. So it would seem, anyway. 🤷♂️
This is the only app I've ever felt a need to write a review for. I saw an ad for Elevate a while back and thought it was nonsense, as is the case with most apps, but I decided to give it a try anyway. This is the only app I've ever ended up paying a subscription for. What really sold me was the fact that I usually suck at math, but since I started using Elevate every day, I notice I've been using my calculator less. Gorgeous app design too.
Developed by Elevate Labs.
Elevate - Brain Training Games is ranking in Education
Last update was at Jan 15, 2020and the current version is Varies with device.
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