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Lumosity Games Free: Train Brain Using Online Brain Games; 40 Million People Analyzed Under Lumosity's Human Cognition Project

By Staff Writer | July 01, 2013 07:07 AM EDT

People can play Lumosity games free for helpful brain training. Lumosity Brain Trainer iOS app now available.

 

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Lumosity games free can be useful to train brain to improve memory, focus and other brain skills, according to a post from Memory Improvement Tips website. It is a fun way to help the brain and mind be in its best condition.

 

According to its official page, there are already 40 million people registered to the service and playing different brain games from the site. Lumosity users join and play the brain games to help them achieve major goals, make their daily lives easier and simply help them feel much brighter.

 

Users can initially try Lumosity games free for three days with its full version. And after the free period, those who felt that they have improved their brain skills playing Lumosity games free ca subscribe to the online brain games website for a fee of $70.

 

Brain training is the focus of the site. Aside from Lumosity games free, there are also brain training course available to boost the brain functions such as attention memory and intelligence. The effectiveness of Lumosity games free and premium version are all tested as each of the games available are designed by scientists. And according to the site, "users report positive and profound results."

 

Lumosity is currently holding its Human Cognition Project where it uses data from more than forty million members to help more over 1,500 scientists and experts across the world to "uncover insights about how are brains work and various factors that influence cognitive function."

 

Venture Beat reported, "as of January, Lumosity was adding 100,000 new users every day, and its mobile app has been downloaded almost 50,000 times a day. Seventeen million Americans access the site each month and its been growing 25 percent every quarter since it launched." 

 

 

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