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Discover what your mind can do

Improve memory, increase focus, and feel sharper


— with the #1 brain training app, personalized for you

No purchase necessary

You care about your brain. We do, too.

Exercise for your mind, made easy

Just a few minutes a day for 3 brain games — that’s all it takes. Every day, you get a fresh workout to keep you challenged.

Sharpen the skills you use every day

Memory. Attention. Flexibility. Speed. Problem Solving. Lumosity helps you challenge and train the skills that matter to you most.

Brain training for everyone

No matter your age or skill level, Lumosity adapts to your unique strengths and weaknesses.

Train your brain with cognitive, vocabulary, and math games.

Science. That feels like games.

Our scientists take cognitive training exercises developed by leading researchers, and then adapt them into easy-to-learn brain games.
60+ brain games created by scientists and game designers.

10 years, 100 million members


4.7 rating on App Store

"I’ve learned a lot from Lumosity about how my mind works depending on how much sleep I’ve had, how much exercise I get, and how much my mood affects my mental functions."

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Judy, Washington

"My maths efficiency has really improved so much since I have been playing every day. I used to think I was awful at maths but it turns out I am not too shabby after all!"

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Lynette, London

Brain games for your computer, Android, iPhone and iPad.
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Train on all of your devices

Whether you’re jump-starting your morning, or waiting for the bus, you can train anytime, anywhere.


Introducing Lumosity Mind

Mindfulness, meet science. Find greater relaxation, focus, and sleep through our new Mindfulness app, designed by the experts at Lumosity.

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Lumos Labs conducted a randomized study of Lumosity brain training, and participants were instructed to train five days per week, for fifteen minutes each day. After ten weeks of training, Lumosity users improved more than the control group on our assessments of working memory, short term memory, processing speed, and overall cognitive function.