Jun 17, 2014
Lumosity, the self-described human cognition project that challenges the brain, has finally arrived on Android after achieving success on iOS.
The program notes that it is designed by neuroscientists, and looks to help users exercise their brains and memory by using games.
According to Lumosity chief Kunal Sarkar, creating the best product available to the most people is the ultimate goal. â€œWeâ€™re excited to launch our Android app, which will allow us to reach more users and provide them with a convenient and fun way to train with Lumosity from anywhere at any time,â€ he says. â€œOur goal is to create the best, most accessible brain training experience, and with Android reaching 80 percent of the smartphone market share worldwide, launching on Android is an important step toward that goal.â€
The company is also looking to expand on the its language offerings in the near future.
Lumosity is available for free (with optional in-app purchases) on the Play Store.