Brainess - Train your Brain 4+

Brain training game for Watch

Raffaele D'Amato

Designed for iPad

    • $0.99


Exercise helps keep the body healthy and fit.
And the brain? Will no one think of the brain?

Brainess is a brain training game that, in a simple and fun way, helps you stimulate your brain.

Brainess includes 7 brain training games to improve and exercise your memory, vision and compute skills.

In just a few minutes you can have a daily brain exercise and monitor your brain age (lower is better).

List of included exercises:
• Dice - Memorize and then Tap dice from Low to High
• Signs - Choose the correct mathematical Sign to solve the equation
• Equations - Choose the correct Number to solve the equation
• Memory - Match pairs of identical cards
• Numbers - Tap the highest Number
• Colors - Match the color of the upper box's letters with the right word below.
• Fruits - Pay attention at dropping fruits and answer the questions

What’s New

Version 4.0

- Added support to watchOS 8 and iOS 15
- Optimized for the new Apple Watch

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
205 Ratings

205 Ratings

Mollysaurus ,

Please Fix the Memory Scoring

I love this app and I use it daily! But please, I’m begging the devs…fix the way you score the Memory game! Right now, it’s a psychic ability game because it rates my accuracy as if I already know where the cards are before I start! The first time I see a card shouldn’t count against me. I’ve played perfect games where I recalled the location of each item with zero mistakes but gotten an accuracy score of 60-some percent.

1357435794356 ,

Fun and challenging

I doubt the brain age rating is accurate but the tests/exercises are fun and challenging. It does feel like cognitive exercise

Fpizzle ,

Odd pricing but fun

The pricing for this game was odd in that I was first charged for a package of three games but had to purchase this game separately to complete the package. The game works great on the Apple far the most fun one yet with the best graphics and usability. My only suggestion would be to use the force touch as a go back button instead of having a back arrow in the top left hand corner. I've ended many games prematurely that way.

App Privacy

The developer, Raffaele D'Amato, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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