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Flipped Numbers - Brain trainer

Flipped Numbers - Brain trainer
  • Publisher: Anton Makerov
  • Genre: Word
  • Released: 6 Jul, 2014
  • Size: 1.7 MB
  • Price: $0.99
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The working (or short-term) memory is a key brain function which allows us to not just remember given information for several seconds, but also to picture it in our minds. In contrast to the long-term memory, which saves information even after you begin focusing on something else, information in the short-term memory completely disappears as soon as you turn your attention to something new. One such example is when you see a phone number from an advertisement - unless you jot it down quickly or repeat it to yourself until you memorize it (therefore storing it in your long-term memory) you will forget it as soon as you tun your attention to something else.

The capacity of a working memory depends on the person, but on average a person's working memory is at its best at about 25 years old. Generally, after the age of 25, a person's short-term memory begins to decrease without practice and training to keep it in good form.

Flipped Numbers helps to train your memory as it works to both maintain and increase the capacity of a person's working memory while also improving productivity in everyday life. By using Flipped Numbers for just a few minutes a day your brain will begin to work faster, allow you to concentrate longer on everyday activities and to solve problems more quickly.


-Has three levels of difficulty
-Improves reaction time, increasing your speed with the goal of locating the correct numbers as quickly as possible
-Trains your memory to remember where the numbers you need to find are located
-Increases your speed and concentration by trying to beat your own personal records
-Let's you compete with other users and set new records


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