Download BrainHQ for PC

By Posit Science

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2012-12-10
  • Current Version: 6.13
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 133.92 MB
  • Developer: Posit Science
Score: 4.5
From 8,154 Ratings

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BrainHQ for PC Description

Train your brain with BrainHQ from Posit Science—the most rigorous program available for better brain health, and the only one backed by more than 100 scientific papers showing benefits - including the breakthrough NIH-funded ACTIVE study. Now with new features that contribute to your brain fitness success!

 BrainHQ represents the culmination of 30 years of research in neuroscience and brain health. Top scientists from around the world helped to develop and test the BrainHQ exercises. The result: a training system that comprehensively improves brain performance, from the most basic elements of perception through the most complex elements of memory, attention, and cognitive function.

 No other brain fitness program can match BrainHQ in scientific proof. More than 100 publications from independent, randomized controlled trials have shown that the exercises and assessments in BrainHQ drive real change. These changes include: • cognitive improvements, such as better memory and faster processing speed • real-world improvements, including safer driving and improved quality of life • physical brain changes, like healthier white matter and more coordinated neurons. 
 All of this means that BrainHQ works—in laboratory studies, and in the lives of everyday people:

 •"BrainHQ is a no-brainer must-have in my book…This training has expanded my visual, fine-tuned my audio and even my reflexes seem to be getting faster. BrainHQ is fun and gives me the challenges I need to keep my brain working out on a daily basis." - C. MacDonald

 •"Only a few months into the BrainHQ exercises the difference is clear, this isn’t left to speculation, I saw drastic improvements…and my family has noticed a strong improvement." - A. Amitrano

 And leading publications agree: “Our testers concluded that Posit's product—one of the few so far to undergo clinical trials and peer-reviewed research—had the firmest scientific grounding.” - Wall Street Journal
 The BrainHQ app helps you set and achieve your brain training goals—so it not only works, it works for you.
 Each exercise adapts to your performance and gets more challenging as your performance improves, just like a personal trainer for your brain.
 The training is designed to fit into your life: train for just 5 minutes in your spare time, or do a complete workout in an hour. 
BrainHQ is a free download, and includes a free exercise every day. 
For full access, we offer the following recurring subscription options:

 1 month: $13.99
 1 year: $94.99

 These prices are for United States customers. Pricing in other countries may vary and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on your country or residence. 

Monthly subscription are billed once per month, and an annual subscriptions are billed once per year. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Privacy Policy: Terms of Use:


  • Formidable aplicación

    By Sinaloense Guy
    Justo la aplicación que buscaba para mantener activo mi cerebro
  • An Unexpected Aid to New Life

    By Fran Buhler
    After a stroke about a year and a half ago, I was introduced to BrainHQ. At the time it was a nuisance, one of many new things I started doing to accept what I felt was my responsibility for my life, including my wife, my family and my own future. I stuck with it over time and, today, while I claim no expertise in these matters, I feel I have benefitted significantly. Sadly, I know some folks who passed up BrainHQ and the subsequent onset of dementia has been marked and noticeable. I would recommend BrainHQ to anyone who experiences a stroke and recognizes I want to work my way—not back to the life I had (which may or may not be possible), but forward to a better life as I move from ER, Rehab and on through my recovery to the gift of the good future I have been given. There is no sensible way around the truth: The brain is like a super-dupper muscle that functions best with regular exercise and challenge. Either I engage in a disciplined, regular BrainHQ activity schedule or I accept the sure and certain consequence. It’s my life, my choice. And I strongly suggest that may be true for you also: It is your life, your choice. And I hope you choose wisely. Best wishes, Fran Buhler age 78 Tallahassee, Florida
  • Excellent results

    By PortiaI
    After just a couple weeks my hearing has improved.
  • Boring

    By JWB Feedback
    The contents of this double game boring as it is ,is fine maybe two or three times. After that it i just can't stay with it.
  • Helped

    By mchis
    Just noticed a small improvement after a year. I can recognize the difference.
  • Gene review

    By geynye
    Looks as if I need to be better than 1 star! Lots of new stuff for me.
  • TT

    By Tex's stars
    This has helped with my mild cognitive impairment. Thanks for your making this available! May God bless the work of your heart and hands!
  • Glitchy

    By Loy :-/
    It’s definitely glitchy. Some of the games have issues with the touch interface which is very frustrating. If notifications pop up from other apps while you’re using this, it takes off like it has a mind of its own!
  • Can be a source of frustration

    By Janner70
    This program is supported by research and recommended to me by my doctors to help my cognition. I have found it both tedious and frustrating. I try to approach it like taking medicine, but I still find myself giving up after a very short time. While I enjoyed Lumosity, I dread this. It would be more engaging if it started more at my level and increased difficulty gradually according to my improvements. I made the mistake of paying a year subscription and recently discovered it had renewed for another year.😩
  • So difficult but just what I need!

    By Solitary K
    As my memory diminishes and my brain processing time deteriorates, this exercise — though it sometimes literally stops my brain — is less daunting than when I started. I feel that I am slowly improving. Bravo to whoever created this wonderful series of exercises!