This game has small addictive like games that in the end help all the aspects of you brain. Would recommend to everyone to increase your skills
Castle Block 2/5
There are at least one or more levels on this that are messed unsolvable. The only way to do it would be to rotate two of the longer “L” shapes pieces. I know I’m not crazy. It’s glitches out or something.
Some puzzles are compromised by physical hinderance 3/5
Or technical issues. For instance, the game where the elephant jumps across the river. I know exactly what I need to do, problem is the controls are very poor and glitchy. The elephant never goes where I point/swipe it to, therefore I score poorly even though it wasn’t my fault. Or other games that require your finger move an item on the touch screen... my fingers are not always dry and smooth, sometimes my finger may be sweaty and moist which makes it difficult to “glide” on the touchscreen. Therefore it compromises my ability to play the game even though it has nothing to do with intelligence, but rather physical issues. So again, I’ll score poorly even though it wasn’t my fault.
These are only a few issues but they are big issues that should be fixed in an otherwise fun brain game.
What BS funnel. 1/5
By Itay Adam
If I can’t experience the app prior to registering or using, than I call BS and move on.
Welcome to the new age developers. If we can’t enjoy prior we’re not buying. Enough said.
Not working 1/5
This app is messed up! I keep watching the commercials but then the game/games won’t open. Is this part of Peak? A new challenge? Well, I think I’m scoring in the lowest percentile! :-(
It costs money 2/5
It gives you a few tries of the games but then you can’t move on until you pay
Apprentice wizard 4/5
The game I absolutely hate.
Peak i enjoy. Have been playing it for almost a year now and like the thrill of seeing my score increase.
Kyrie Wright 5/5
By Kyrie Always Wright
Great great APP to help grow neuro path ways in the brain & help develop learning ability in different areas!
No puedo cancelar mi subscripción 1/5
He enviado varias veces mensajes. Yo tenía una subscripción de 1 año. Dejé de usar la aplicación. En mi cuenta de apple store ni en la de android aparece como si siguiera subscrita aún. Quiero cancelar mi subscripción cuanto antes ya que me cobraron por otro año más y cosa que no lo voy a utilizar. Al menos pido que me cancelen la subscripción porque desde ninguna cuenta puedo hacerlo.
Please, fix a bug 4/5
You guys need to fix a bug on “jump control” game. It keeps jumping even when all my fingers are on the right place and this mistake lowers my score. But I love the app a lot though.
Hate being forced to pay 2/5
By Liz in Virginia
This might be a great app. I wouldn’t know, because I deleted it so quickly. I played one “novice” round. When I came back, I could no longer play; every click or tap or swipe brought me to a pay wall. See ya!
I’m doing the free version and so far, it’s great! I’m sure it would be better if I had access to all the game. However, I didn’t want to shell out the cash. Recommend if you are looking for a fun way to improve brain function.
best so far!! 5/5
I got 2 other apps similar to peak and by far this is my favorite!! The games are great, and, unlike other apps, it shows how you do compared to others in every game you play!! The only problem is that you have to get peak pro to unlock a lot of features, which I don’t plan on doing. Overall, it’s a great game and I definitely recommend it.
even with recent updates, the notification still won’t go away. it’s annoying. FIX THIS!
Seriously sick of adds 3/5
I enjoy the app and the games but I hate the adds. I feel like this is the legit beginning of a Black Mirror episode.
Just do it 5/5
It’s totally worth the money. I was lucky and got it on cyber Monday. But I was already thinking about buying the subscription anyways because I had it before and it was amazing. Stimulates your mind and motivates you to want to learn more!
I ‘play’ my Peak workout everyday and then some more games I like the best. I enjoy it and I can feel the brain power developing. So many games to choose from in the full version but even the free was a delight for me. I’m over 70 and believe me it is a part of my busy day as a missionary school teacher in Nepal
Obviously cash grab 3/5
By Pj 2112346426
It’s a good app, but the fact that you have to pay for everything, watch ads to play games and pay for more... fun games. Great app design, but terrible to use because “pay for me” pops up constantly.
Best of its kind 5/5
This is the only brain workout game I can stand playing. Very fun games!
What am I thinking about this game 5/5
This Game is absolutely awesome ..it really helps my mind a lot!!!!....it also becomes one of my daily morning routine 😂...
to the Developer of this game
Thank you so much
Keep up the good work
I’m sold 5/5
By Missys Tunes
I had surgery last year and felt my mind was getting a little slow. I’m 56 years young and I started to get concerned so I began these practices. Initially I didn’t take Peak as a mind regulator, memory helper or problem solving mentor. Oh but it is and much more.
I practice everyday and I can feel my mind being able to troubleshoot problems and analyze data much better than before. My focus is still challenging and I just checked it is also one of my lowest scores in practice. I don’t have the paid version BUT I’m thinking about it.
I heart this APP.
So many ads now 3/5
I have no idea if playing the games a actually have any real benefit for your brain (last I saw the research was lacking and other companies have gotten in trouble for making claims about making your brain better). I do know that the games are entertaining to play. However, in the last couple of days the ads have gotten out of hand.
I haven’t paid for pro as I don’t have an unlimited budget so I can’t subscribe to all the things. Up until recently the ads have been reasonable. Pick from the non-pro list of games, watch an ad play the game, repeat. Or do the workout that gives you six games for one ad.
Now however it is more like pick a game, watch an ad, play the game, dismiss that game, watch an ad, pick another game, watch an ad…
The workout is now covered in ads too, every time you move to the next game there is another ad.
It should be noted that your experience may differ as they randomly give different setups to different people; my wife can play any of the games even the pro ones by watching an ad, I can only play a subset of the games
$ version - way better than the lite. 5/5
By Powder W
Have to say I agree with RandaRenee. This is the best app I have spent money on. It was pretty neat for free but the moment you splurge, the difference in the games and quality of them sky rockets.
The only thing I do wonder is if the brain mapping is on track. I’m not sure how it can show such low scores in some areas but I’m beating ‘98% of users in my group in that particular ‘low mapped’ section? Maybe I’m doing something wrong, I am still new to it all but be warned it is addicting. :)
Pay or else! 2/5
It used to be generous and let you play four games/day, each game as many times as you wanted. (How else can one improve?)
Now, one must endure 20-30 seconds of ads after each game.
Back to Lumosity.
How do ads help my brain health? 3/5
I had the free version where I play 4 random games per day. I’ve been playing it for over a year. Some of the games I like better than others but it’s been fun. However recently they started playing an ad between each game. I deleted the app. I am so sick of being constantly bombarded with advertisements and I don’t think it’s good for my brain health.
An amazing game for my mother and I 5/5
By Jessica Snow
My mom and I rarely have anything to talk about. I hope to change that. Since she always worry about getting Alzheimer’s I recommended her that we should find some fun mobile app that help trains her brain and memory. I came across this app and started myself. Since it has other languages so my mother who is a non English speaker can also lay and enjoy!! Now the two of us plays all the time and compete. It helps builds my relationship with my mom! So thanks PEEK!!
Need to allow user input 3/5
I really enjoy the Peak app but I have not been able to find a way to send the Peak developers suggestions for improving their app. Why not a “contact us” or “send suggestions” link within the app? I have several thoughts to improve the app.
Used to be 5 Stars 3/5
Support is lacking for add-ons, too many ads now to make game useful
Great way to drive away users
App doesn’t allow me to try it out 1/5
This app is the most frustrating app that did not allow me to go through the games enough to decide if I like enough to purchase it! Ugh! Buy the pro! Buy the pro! But the pro! Ugh! I really tried to like it. But I can’t! I wanted to challenge myself. Let me know when and if you change this around so users can get to try it out more.
New player 5/5
I like playing this game
So please. 5/5
I downloaded this app just to explore some games and improve different areas of my concentration and abilities (and being aware of them). I’m beyond pleased. And I only have the free version!
I have a traumatic brain injury and hypothyroidism, which both greatly affect the brain. This app has helped my brain function and also helped me to keep track of changes and patterns. It changes its level of difficulty based on how well I do so it stays on my level. I love this app!
Did like it but now ... 3/5
Ever since the most recent update, the app has a lot of bugs. Ads have always been annoying if you want to replay a game, but now I sit thru ads and then am taken back to app home screen, not the game I want to replay. Think it needs another update to fix these issues.
Achievements are annoying 3/5
By 007 Benny
I stopped using this for several years and just rejoined with Pro.
Some fun new games, but overall the app has taken a big step backwards with the weird focus on achievements. Especially when many of them require you to do something that would lower your score in a game to get them. For example the Pixel Cross game has an achievement of not using the blank marker in a game. That’s just a bad strategy and results in a slower win (except on super easy levels). Same idea in many other games. Why would you encourage bad play and low scores? Not to mention that sometimes they are required to advance. Another example is filling the whole board in the connect 4 game — that’s just a recipe for accidental loss and definitely a much lower score. Why have these??
Also the overall progression has been substantially slowed down. Used to for games I am really good at I could move up quickly, but now there are artificial minimum game counts instead of just score goals. Or, like above, weird or silly required achievements that mean playing the game in a stupid way for several rounds (meanwhile bringing down overall score).
Still a good app, but disappointed to see these steps backwards. Really feels like ways to keep people “engaged” versus ways to deliver more value to paying users. Please stop measuring your success on hours played. I don’t want to spend hours in the game just to get meaningless achievements needed to get to higher difficulty levels. Scores alone matter for that.
Basically just feels more like other games and less like a real brain training focused experience.
Cool app, with a broken feature 4/5
Overall, I love this app. It’s a great way to keep you mind sharp. However, it used to have a feature where you could connect it with your Facebook account and compare your scores to your friends’, but this has been broken for quite some time now. Otherwise, this is an awesome app
Quitting app 1/5
Was OK with app until they added the advertisements that I had to see. Quitting now because I’m not going to be monetized. Find another way to make money off me than making me watch stupid adverts.
By Frank O. Pinion
Deleted as soon as I was required to enter an email to continue.
5 estrellas 5/5
By ROGER MOORE-ALES
App muy divertida
This is awesome! 5/5
This is a fun interactive app to help with mind functions! Despite not being able to use all of it, the things I can use are fun and helpful! This deserves five stars!
If it were only free... 4/5
Great concept, but I really wish someone would develop something like this who can afford to provide to users at no cost—like Microsoft.
Peak is crap 1/5
This concept it fine, tis app is a advertisement that bugs you to go pro every day. It doesn’t use ads effectively covering whole screen and does nothing but ask to pay for a subscription service.
Please fix the notification 3/5
App constantly has a single notification, and as a person that likes a notification-free screen, it’s getting annoying.
Otherwise, I thoroughly enjoy this app
First time subscribing to an app 5/5
Never before have I found a game that was both fun and trivial to play that actually intrigued me so much as this one. So many different games to play in this that are so fun I will end up playing a single mini game more than once for up to a half hour. I haven’t even gotten through all the games and I’ve been playing the game for a week. I love how it measures your progress and will become more advanced the more you play. Never before have I ever paid for an app, but I found the games to be very much worth it and you have access to so much more when you do. I really hate monthly subscriptions so I may cancel because of it, but I would definitely purchase the game if it had a fixed price. Super fun and addicting
DO NOT PURCHASE MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION- I GOT SCAMMED 1/5
By Kaylie O
App was fine until I got charged wrongfully and now Apple & Peak won’t do anything to make it right.
After downloading the app and playing my first “exercise” it brought up the ad about being a “Pro” member.
I wanted to keep playing other exercises and to be able to I had to be a Pro member, so I chose the monthly subscription.
Later on, I was checking my email and saw I had an Apple iTunes email about billing. I wasn’t alarmed because I knew I bought the monthly subscription, but I clicked it anyways.
I saw that I got charged for a YEARLY subscription ($21 something) and not a monthly ($2 something).
I contacted Apple support and they said no refunds could be given for this and I went to Peak support and they said they can’t do anything because it was through Apple (which is so stupid because it’s their app regardless of what I bought it through?)
I want to know why I was charged for something I didn’t authorize and why I can’t get a refund for it. If it would have been fixed without issue I would have stayed a monthly member but I’m canceling my subscription and deleting the App because that’s absolutely ridiculous and unfair that I’m paying for a yearly subscription I didn’t authorize. I hope you guys (Apple & Peak) take care of this.
Games r fun but increase 2/5
In ads leads me to delete app. way to many ads.
Terrible waste of money. Over priced for what you get.
Needs update 4/5
Great app. The badge icon for training reminders will not go away after completing a daily session. Please fix.
Who knows??? 1/5
I can’t tel if I like the app because I got to play four games and then I have to subscribe to do anything more. If there is a way to play more I isn’t readily evident.
IMHO if you wrote an app then write it to allow free play. Limit the content and save the more challenging and desired games for the subscribers. Give customers a chance to see what it’s about.
Great to get the mind a workout