Memory Trainer Plus

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    Memory Trainer Plus

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    Memory Trainer Plus's review

    Published: 2014-11-18, by .

    My Personal Memory Trainer helps you exercise your brain by doing fun tasks

    • Entertaining
    • Showing progress
    • May get boring after a while

    "Training your memory was never this fun"


    Memory Trainer is an interesting brain training application that focuses solely on memory practise. The application presents much information about memory training, as well as plenty of exercises that'll definitely help you improve this skill.


    Each activity is well-thought and fun: exercises are hard but great for the mind, so we can say this actually serves its purpose and helps you increase your memory power.

    What we find particularly remarkable is the fact that you can choose to play the Session or the Targeted route. In Sessions, you'll be presented random exercises, while in Targeted, you'll be able to select which areas you prefer to focus on.


    Design is kind of updated and not interactive enough. We'd love to see a makeover and have this app become much more engaging and visually appealing.

    Original review from November 18, 2014:

    This app is an entertaining method of practising your memory skills; there are two types of workouts:

    - Sessions: Where you do 20 sessions of random exercises and the difficulty keeps growing.

    - Targeted: Where you can choose your favorite tasks and the level of difficulty.

    Either way, you can always check your progress by looking at the statistics. Wide information about memory training is also provided; so if you're interested in the great benefits of memory training you may want to take a look at it.

    The different tasks that this app includes are the following:

    - TileFlip: A number of pictures are shown to you. First of all, you need to memorise them and then be able to identify the odd one out.

    - Numberz: In this exercise you have to remember the phone number of different people and then try to dial it.

    - Sequencer: Following the colors and ignoring the shape may be a complicated task sometimes, try this one out for finding out.

    - GridGrind: In this one you'll have to remember the position of a particular shape in order to recreate the same scenery.

    - To-DoKu: This last one exercise helps you train your memory regarding to sentences and people's names.

    The creator of this app is Urbian, who has a great list of similar quizzes to do if you want to try them out.

    If you enjoy practising your memory skills by doing fun exercises, don't forget to download this application; it's a really fun way of doing it.

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    by Ana , Appszoom

    Nov 18, 2014


    The paid, ad-free version of the free Memory Trainer app.

    It has been recently scientifically proven that regular mental exercise can significantly improve your memory and this app has been designed to do just that (and be tons of fun as well). In particular, Memory Trainer works out your spatial memory, working memory, focus and concentration skills.

    Frequent memory exercises, like the ones in Memory Trainer, help to strengthen and improve your memory.
    This was proven in a UCLA study in 2006, published in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, which you can read here ( Another benefit of training your memory is that it lowers your risk of Alzheimer's disease. Exercises that keep your mind active, tone your mental muscle and keep your brain healthy. Read more about the link between brain training and Alzheimer's here (

    Memory Trainer helps strengthen your spatial memory.

    Spatial memory is the part of memory responsible for recording information about one's environment and its spatial orientation. For example, you use your spatial memory is required when you navigate around a familiar city. You also use this kind of memory when you remember the position of objects as well as visually remembering patterns. By remembering the locations of target tiles in a visual grid, you are actively working out this type of memory when you use Memory Trainer. Scientists think spatial memory is tied to the right hemisphere of the brain.

    Daily mental exercise is recommendet for a healthy brain - so use the Memory Trainer as often as possible!

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    Users comments for Memory Trainer Plus

    Subash Acharya

    by Subash Acharya

    Nov 22, 2016  |  "Awesome"


    Tacos Burritos

    by Tacos Burritos

    Apr 04, 2015  |  "Awesome"


    steve muscroft

    by steve muscroft

    Oct 10, 2014  |  "Great"

    Signing in through 'Play Games' to track progress and continue on other devices (or when upgrading) should be included

    joe bains

    by joe bains

    Aug 11, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    Use it every day.

    Marius CC

    by Marius CC

    Jun 12, 2014  |  "OK"

    Beautiful memory trainer BUT it tracks location in the paid version which is very annoying.

    Amer Demirovic

    by Amer Demirovic

    Feb 23, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    Excellent and interesting exercises.