Peak - Brain Training

Peak - Brain Training for Pc

  • Category: Education
  • Last Updated: 2018-11-12
  • Current version: 4.28
  • File size: 375.11 MB
  • Developer: brainbow
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Peak - Brain Training on your Windows PC

Download Peak - Brain Training for Windows: Peak - Brain Training is an Education App, developed by brainbow. The Education App was officially released 2014-09-01. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - brainbow, with the latest current version being 4.28 which was officially released on 2018-11-12. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 105,392 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.

Using Peak - Brain Training on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Peak - Brain Training on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use Peak - Brain Training for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Peak - Brain Training in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Peak - Brain Training application icon. A window of Peak - Brain Training will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Peak - Brain Training icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Peak - Brain Training

Developer Description

It’s time to play smarter and feel sharper with Peak, the app that was chosen as Best App 2014 in over 24 countries around the world. Join millions of brain trainers worldwide and see what the fuss is all about. Reach Peak performance with over 40 unique games, each one developed by neuroscientists and game experts to challenge your cognitive skills and push you further. Use Coach, the personal trainer for your brain, to find the right workout for you at the right time. Choose from Coach’s best recommendations to push your skills to the max. Or take contextual workouts like Coffee Break if you’re short on time. Coach will help you track your progress using in-depth insights and keep you going when you need it most. Play for free or upgrade to Pro and get the best brain training experience available. PEAK FEATURES: - Free games that challenge your Memory, Attention, Problem Solving, Mental Agility, Language, Coordination, Creativity and Emotion Control. - Learn which categories you excel in, and compete with friends by comparing your brainmap and game performance. - Get access to Peak Advanced Training Plans: intensive programs that train a specific skill, including the new Wizard memory game created with Professor Barbara Sahakian and Tom Piercy in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge. - Unwind with Peak’s relaxing activities to bring calm and balance to your experience. - Available for Apple Watch with 3 games that assess your memory and attention. DEVELOPED BY NEUROSCIENCE EXPERTS Peak games are designed in collaboration with experts in neuroscience, cognitive science, and education. Peak's scientific advisory board includes Bruce E. Wexler, M.D., Professor Emeritus and Senior Research Scientist in Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine and Founder & Chief Scientist at C8 Sciences, Professor Barbara Sahakian FMedSci, DSc, Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Cambridge, and Professor Vincent Walsh,PhD, Professor of Human Brain Research at University College London. IN THE NEWS Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, The Guardian, Techcrunch, Venturebeat, Wired Apple: App Store Best of 2014, Best App of September and Editor's Choice Have questions, feedback, or just want to say hi? Contact us at or visit PEAK PRO Peak is free to use, but you can get even more from your training by upgrading to a Pro Training Account. Peak Pro offers personalized workouts, unlimited access to all games, and in-depth insights so you can track and review your performance. Follow us - Like us - Visit us - Say hi PEAK PRO PRICING & TERMS For Peak Pro upgrades we offer the following subscriptions: 1 month from $4.99* [NB/ Changes per local] 
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App Reviews

  • Irritated

    By LanceLance
    I’m not going to lie, the game is super fun to tease your brain and allows you to do something actually more productive than scrolling fake news. But the customer service is a little crooked, I subscribed for a monthly subscription then I got this error saying only one Peak account can be associated with one Apple ID/ credit card method, well I did subscribe for a different account before so it makes sense (though it bugs me a little that they should have warned the customer before they charged them and alerted only afterwards) I logged in the other account to check and the Pro version wasn’t there either so I had to contact them. In the response they said they hung both accounts in idle because they didn’t know which one to officially put into the system, when my email came they put the Pro version into the old account (it bugs me for a second time because even though they solved my problem, they should had asked me which account I would like to make as a primary). I want the new account to be my primary so I ask them maybe, just maybe if they can change it, I would totally understand if they cannot, I just want an answer. Now I’m really irritated that my email went unanswered for days (the other email was answered within hours, so they possibly had to have read this one too). I did not demand to have my account changed. I just ask if they could do it, why do they have to avoid giving an answer?

    By Ray M. Cruz
    I think what really pushes people away from this app is the subscription which do very depending if there’s a sell going on. I upgraded to pro and am now paying 1.37 a month and don’t mind that price. There are issues here and there (LIKE EVERY APP) because nothing in this world is perfect. But I gotta give it to the developers. These games work. You’re giving your brain a daily workout which will help you throughout your day and your future. I think it’s worth the monthly subscription for me. Because I can’t remember the last time my brain got a workout like this. And you instantly feel the difference after playing and that’s MIND BLOWING! I feel if people give the game a chance, pay for the subscription, if it’s worth it for you (If money does play a roll I would wait for some sell), keep writing reviews to help the developer fix the few issues the app DOES HAVE, maybe the developer will listen to the fan base and make the right improvements and the app will become even better than it already is. All I’m saying is that the Human brain is a STATE OF THE ART WEAPON. Why not keep it sharp and active in all areas. Help the app grow. I know I will.
  • I Highly Recommend this App

    By Chris1234567891011121314151
    I downloaded this app in the hopes it would not be like seemingly most apps now where you have to pay to do anything. Luckily with peak that isn’t true. Without paying anything you can play about 10 maybe 15 different mind games in your daily workout. I never spend money on mobile apps, but I love peak so much I bought a subscription to Pro for 1 year and with it I can play way more games, and any of them whenever I wish as much as I wish. Peak aesthetically is amazing everything is sleek and clean, and easy to understand. The games all have tutorial vids which are only about 10-15 seconds that are option each time you play so if you forget, Peak has you covered. If there is one thing I would change, it’s that It seems that you can’t have more than one workout active at a time without messing up the tracking. If I complete a game it tries to check it off for the other workout. Honestly it’s not really a big deal, I just want the satisfaction of the checks marks when I use more than one workout.
  • Terrible update 2018 again.

    By Star buckaroo
    This recent update in April time frame 2018 is horrible...AGAIN! You play the games and meet goals for the day and you do well but scores are low. You think you did ok and you end up with high scores. Can't figure it out. The speed spotting game continues to be horrible. Takes many, many hits to load up the balls and even more hits of your screen on the peaksters or horrible bosses. Most times 10,11,12 and higher. Doesn't recognize where you are hitting even though you are right on top of bosses etc. just horrible and impossible to get a good score ever. Sometimes there is nothing to do or collect because your colored balls are fully loaded and nothing to destroy. Time continues to tick and run out as you wait a long time a you scroll back and forth looking for the bosses etc. The most frustrating app I have. Again, scoring is really unpredictable. You do well but get a low score. You have an error maybe two and suddenly you have a new best score. Can't figure it out. The elephant game...just get rid of it. Useless, boring and a reason to stop playing. Movement is unpredictable and only related to luck if words line up and you don't have to wait. Get rid of happy river!! The NEW jump as well. At least they fixed the app crashing all the time.
  • enhances essential skills and VERY FUN!!

    By MadelineO
    Peak is probably the best app I have ever encountered in the sense that you’re phone isn’t killing your brain cells but actually strengthening them. Peak creates personalized “daily workouts” customized for your brain. These workouts consist of a variety of games that not only make your brain healthier and stronger but are also very enjoyable and fun. You can also do a series of workouts designed for you (even one with the games you need to improve on). With the Pro Package, if you don’t feel like following a guideline, you can choose any of the many games they have to do on their own. Each game is designed to build upon a certain area of your brain. For example, there are games that focus on emotion, memory, coordination, etc. Some of the games are designed specifically do encourage positivity within you. There are also a few games for relaxation or fun without a time limit or a score. I highly recommend this app if you enjoy apps that don’t kill your brain cells, but are also extremely fun.
  • Games are so addicting good for you!

    By Jackie swan
    It's important to exercise your brain in many different ways! I can tell the days I don't do my workouts before work. When I don't, It's seems like I'm not as focused or awake and tend be more groggy. Also, (as embarrassing as it is) I've always struggled with words due to my dyslexia, and this has helped me get over the "pressures" of finding/spelling words. Turns out I'm actually quite good at them (better than my husband and it drives him crazy!) I guess I've lived my whole life telling myself I'm not good with words, so I wasn't. But now Peak helped me see that's not entirely true. Some/most games are so much fun too! To spend one on one interactive time together, my husband and I will pull out my phone and take turns playing games to challenge each other. I only wish we could select a "guest" button when he is playing so he doesn't effect my mental progression charts. I only bought into it because I got it on cyber Monday for $.99 a month. Worth the $.99 but I would never have signed up for $3!
  • I guess everyone is a genius

    By Dfladge
    Well everyone in my age group is a genius according to my brain map. The main thing that bothers me with this app is the opaque way you are scored in each category. My overall percentile is 61 percent, in language I’m at 85 memory I’m at 80. But in every other category well. 99 percent of the population is better at problem solving than I am I guess. No matter how much my scores improve in these categories, the percentile never moves which is irksome to say the least. What else bothers me? I absolutely hate the vibration when I get an incorrect answer, it totally throws me off track. I also despise a few games, happy river, is just really stupid and jump control could easily cause carpal tunnel syndrome. Despite these grievances, all in all, it seems to be a more productive distraction than say, candy crush, and some games are really enjoyable. Pixel logic is my absolute favorite. I’m still uncertain as to whether ones mental faculties are actually expanded by playing these games. I’m fairly certain the juries still out on that one.
  • Lots of fun little games

    By Fogfffhgcfg
    This app is great for anyone who likes little games to pass the time. It’s designed to help you work on different parts of your brain development. I got the pro version on one of their discount deals which is the only way I would have payed for it. The app allows you to compare your brain map to others. The downsides are that is doesn’t explain how the brain map works. Is it better to have a larger spread map or a smaller spread. I would be interested in knowing more about the science that they use to come up with these statistics. The other down side is that the professions section of the brain mapping is very limited. I work in the mental health field and there isn’t even a broad category for my profession so I cannot compare my brain map to my colleges. Despite that the games themselves are fun and there are a lot of games which will make it less likely that I will get bored with the app. If you want to go pro then wait until there is a large discount offer. The app is quite pricey otherwise.
  • Gender Binary

    By imfreed
    This app is fun and easy to use. I have been playing for almost 20 days straight and can’t get enough. That is why it was so disappointing to see their misunderstanding of gender in the game “Word Pairs”- a game in which, in part, you have to match words with “opposite meaning.” Unfortunately they use the pair, boy/girl, as if men are the antithesis to woman. Women and men are different genders of the same species. They are not “opposite” which is defined as diametrically different. Diametrically means completely or directly. When we perpetuate the idea that men and women are “completely different” we are choosing to disregard the shared experiences and focus only on the differences. This is how we encourage prejudice, by defining a group as “other” or different than your own. Shame on Peak for engaging in such harmful behavior, especially as an app that is intended to push and develop cognitive skills. Your mission statement says: “We believe there’s always a little room for improvement, and we should strive to better ourselves bit by bit.” Please take this opportunity to update your games and better Peak.
  • Looks great but needs a few key additions.

    By Princess Crocodile
    I have 4 kids and I was very attracted to this app for all the training possibilities for my kids, but they are small, and although the app is from 4+ there is no way to select a game without having to enter each one and selecting how to play, it would be great to categorize the games by age as well. Another important feature and a big reason why I’m not planning on buying until there is flexibility on this account is that there is no way to create another profile or user under the same account, even with the family plan, and for somebody with small kids is practically useless since they don’t have a separate device, let alone email address with a valid peak account. This game has great workouts, but I really think that with these changes it could be amazing for aiding in developing skills on the whole family. Hope you consider them at least! Thanks!