Elevate - Brain Training App Reviews

Elevate - Brain Training [Education] App Description & Overview

What is elevate - brain training app? Apple's App of the Year
50 million users
4.8 rating from 250k+ 5-star reviews

Elevate is a brain training program designed to improve your mind’s focus, memory, speaking abilities, processing speed, math skills, and more. Each person is provided with a personalized training program that adjusts over time to maximize results.

The more you train with Elevate, the more you’ll improve critical cognitive skills that are proven to boost productivity, earning power, and self-confidence. 90%+ report improved vocabulary, math skills, and overall mental sharpness when they frequently use Elevate.


“Elevate comes out ahead” in the battle of the brain training apps. - CNET

Elevate is a “cognitive pick-me-up” with games that are “good for mental breaks throughout the workday.” - Washington Post


• 40+ Brain Training Games: Improve your critical cognitive skills like focus, memory, processing, math, precision, and comprehension with 40+ brain training games.
• Performance Tracking: Measure your performance against yourself and others. Weekly reports highlight your key accomplishments and opportunities.
• Personalized Workouts: Customize your daily training focus and choose between 3 and 5 games. Get personalized daily workouts that include the skills you need most.
• Adaptive Progression: Train your brain with adaptive difficulty progression that ensures your experience is challenging.
• Workout Calendar: Track your streaks and stay motivated with Elevate’s workout calendar.
• Elevate Dash on Apple Watch: Play 4 additional mini-games and review your performance on your Apple Watch with Elevate Dash.
• And more!


• Express yourself more effectively in writing. Write with clarity, persuasiveness, and concision.
• Improve your spelling and punctuation. Avoid common writing pitfalls.
• Become a better reader. Read everyday materials faster and with greater understanding.
• Expand your vocabulary.
• Quickly and easily solve everyday math problems. Get better at comparing prices, splitting bills, and calculating discounts and markups.
• Speak more effectively. Become more articulate and better at communicating tone and meaning.


Elevate's games are designed in collaboration with experts in neuroscience and cognitive learning and are based on extensive scientific research. Elevate’s brain training algorithms further focus the learning experience by drawing from research in memory studies to develop a personalized training program for each user.


Elevate offers a 7-day free trial as well as a basic free version. To access the free version, tap the X in the upper left-hand corner after you sign up for an account.

If you choose to subscribe, you will be charged a yearly subscription fee according to your country. The subscription fee will be shown in the app before you complete the payment. Your subscription will automatically renew at the end of each subscription term, unless auto-renewal is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the term. Subscription renewals cost the same as the original subscription, and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase.

You may manage your subscription and turn off auto-renewal at any time after purchase by going to your iTunes Account Settings. Refunds will not be given for any unused portion of the term.

For additional information, please read our Terms of Service (https://www.elevateapp.com/terms) and Privacy Policy (https://www.elevateapp.com/privacy).

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Elevate - Brain Training Version 5.79.009 January 2023

We’ve made improvements in Recall, Detail, and Clarity, and we’ve completely revamped the gameplay experience in Commas. We’ve also added new Canadian English content in Context. For more product updates, training tips, and quick challenges, follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok @elevateapp..

Elevate - Brain Training Version 5.74.014 November 2022

We’ve improved the gameplay experience in Recall, Error Avoidance, and Context. For more product updates, training tips, and quick challenges, follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok @elevateapp..

Elevate - Brain Training Comments & Reviews 2023

- Updated after subscribing raised to 5*

For the last few months this has been one of my favorite apps. I have used is almost religiously missing very few days, learning a lot and really enjoying redoing the 3 random daily activities. I recommended it to friends, family and co-workers. I planned to take the leap and start a paid plan after the first of the month. This morning, the app changed. Free accounts now only let the user do each of the 3 activities one time and then locks it. Figured out -or- the app was updated to allow a non-subscriber to replay the 3 (of 6 possible) daily choices immediately when doing the recommended workout. Although not great, it does give a lot of good info to users for free. The paid version of the App is, of course, far better than the free version. I really like most of the workouts! The punctuation activity is great at reinforcing rules and being consistent. Some of the activities allow the user to review a list of words, definitions, etc. if all lives are lost. It would be great if this were a choice for successful games as well. I also wish there was an easy way to provide feedback for topics like Visualization when the meaning of a word doesn’t work well with a photo or could be interpreted to go with more than one photo or the unnatural or stilted language used in Syntax to show some a grammar concept would certainly be marked as an error in several of the other Elevate activities.

- Could you please add the answer results for math?

I’m really liking these quizzes so far, but I’m very rusty on math, and I would like to see a summary of what I got right and wrong on the math quizzes, and I’ve noticed barely any of them do that. I take screenshots of the end results sometimes so I can go over them more meticulously and replicate how I got them correct or how to get them correct next time. I know some of these quizzes are new and still developing, but it would be really awesome if that was made possible in the near future. If I didn’t have so little money, I’d definitely be keeping the subscription, but unfortunately I’ll have to just enjoy the trial while I can. Hopefully the free version isn’t too lacking, because this is really what I needed to help my brain get thinking again. (I had to re-learn long multiplication for one of those math quizzes, and re-figure decimals. Even I find this weird, but I’m actually excited about that. Finding the chance to reabsorb knowledge on my own terms and time has really made me remember that I actually love learning— I just hate the typical structure lol.) I hope sometime in the future I have more money to spare and can resubscribe, this is the sort of exercise that actually seems like exercise, it’s not just flashing colors and games, it’s not just dull work, it’s a nice mix, with colors and aesthetics to keep you focused and actual required focus and problem-solving required.

- Excellent training app

When I started using this, it was often frustrating to work with. After taking some time to get familiar I find it is a tremendous resource. Look forward to doing the training sessions every day. Some are still very frustrating, but that’s part of the appeal of the program, specifically, acquiring new skills from working on new challenges. Bought the annual subscription a couple years back and have renewed it since then. It allows you to customize the training. For example, the standard is five games per day. I only do four. With the program, if I feel like doing another game, I can choose which one. Also, it’s a yearly subscription and not terribly expensive so it’s very worthwhile, especially compared to some of the other games billed monthly. One of the very best features is that most of the language-based games include explanations when you get a wrong answer. I have also tried Lumosity, and while some of the frustrations are comparable, they never include any kind of explanation for a wrong answer. As a result, the learning that comes from making mistakes is a very, very worthwhile part of the games. One suggestion, I play this on an iPad. Tried it on my phone and it did not work. Way too small. I know they have updated it many times since then, but never bothered to try again on my phone. It’s much, much easier to read on the larger screen.

- Brain training that actually helps

Brain training apps can be questionable at times. Some are simple collections of brain twister games to try and help you memorize patterns on a grid, or pick the red word that actually reads blue... But what I appreciate about Elevate is that it challenges you with real world problems. Practice your ability to calculate percentages. It’ll come in handy next time you’re calculating your dinner tip, or figuring out how much you’ll save during a clothing sale. Elevate helps your to improve your writing skills and comprehension. Get better at spotting typos in your emails and texts. Quickly skim messages while reliably gathering what’s being communicated. There are so many games provided by Elevate which challenge your real-world skills, and push you to improve in areas that affect your day to day. There are free features, but thank goodness I bought a lifetime membership early on in Elevate’s life. I couldn’t have guessed I’d still love the app so many years later. If you want to get better at day to day tasks, and push yourself to your highest intellectual abilities, Elevate is a great app for you. I personally feel the benefits of using this app, and find myself returning to this app when I’m feeling less on top of things. Give your brain that much needed mental stretch. You’ll be glad you did.

- Too little free content

While I thoroughly enjoy this app and the challenges, I am left feeling sad at the limit of content available to those whom cannot afford the monthly or annual fee to completely unlock the app. When I had use of the free trial unlocking I found myself diving in and wanting to do more and more activities of those where I seemed weakest. I felt as if I were actually making progress in strengthening those areas. However now the trial has run its course I am limited to only three daily training activities randomly chosen by the app. Unfortunately so far those activities have mostly been in my strongest subjects so I’ve found myself growing bored and utilizing the app less and less. Seeing as how this is an “educational” app as stated in the ads presented between each free activity I would think that you could reap enough revenue through such type ads as to offer more free content. I know I would be willing to watch ads to be able to access some more of what I was able to when I had the free trial. All in all it is definitely an enjoyable app, especially if you can afford the unlocking fee. If not, you’ll probably bore out easily and eventually remove the app due to lack of access to resources.

- Productive use of time

Besides being fun, stimulating, and challenging, use of this app has helped me refine my thinking about grammar, word usage and mental math, and helped me become better at balancing a quick response with error avoidance. In fact, playing this game helped me realize that in many other situations I have been “dumbing down” my thinking to accommodate the common errors that are usually not seen as errors. This app snapped me out of that thinking. The program writing is at a higher level than other games / mind stimulation exercises I’ve seen elsewhere, to the extent it brings out fine errors of usage that typically go unnoticed or uncorrected. Plus, the support team appears to truly appreciate user feedback so you have a chance to challenge any result you think is wrong and get a prompt reply. This probably helps keep the game at a more rigorous level. Overall, bravo for one of the very best apps I have encountered. p.s. agree with another rater that some of the photos used in the memory recall game are not great illustrations of the concept or are ambiguous and I, too, would like the app developers to enable users to flag those to continue making this App better and better.

- Good but not enough

I have enjoyed using this app but after challenging myself to do it daily for a couple of months I feel like it’s become a chore and isn’t doing much for me. The games/daily challenges are so short, and basically over in a few seconds. I doubt any one of them usually takes more than a minute or so. It’s just not enough time to “exercise” my brain. Additionally, I have been playing consistently, and consistently doing very well (usually a few personal bests a day) yet the material doesn’t seem to be getting more challenging. Most of the math is something my 10 year old could do, though not as quickly. Similar with a lot of the reading and grammar challenges. Even memory stuff. I think this app is a fun way for an adult to feel like they are doing something for their cognitive health, but after a while is mostly an ego boost designed to make you feel smart for doing elementary school level problems quickly. I’d gain a lot more from an actual challenge. If I’m setting high scores every day, I’m not being challenged, so it can’t be doing much to exercise my brain. I’d rather be challenged to think more deeply, not just more quickly. I am close to giving up. I had hoped that if I played every day it would start giving me harder material. Too bad I have another 7 months on my membership.

- Worth The Download & Subscription

The negative reviews have me convinced they’re from competing companies because I can’t find anything to write negatively on in regards to Elevate. Couldn’t ask for a better app to train and sharpen my brain through. Even if you only have a few minutes a day it’s enough to fit training in (recommendation is 12 mins. minimum I believe). The subscription costs hardly anything for everything you get out of this app all the way down to stats updating you on your progress and where you need work. My favorite is the notification center which includes updates on sessions you had trouble in, and they go back over them with you to explain in detail where you messed up and why the correct answer is the correct answer. Not to mention the fact that the games on this are far more professional than most popular “brain game” apps on the market. I’ve tried a handful of others and they all just seem too light and playful in approach whereas Elevate has what feels like a professional and serious approach. I feel like I’m getting proper lessons and training rather than “just playing some games”. So glad I found Elevate; it’s worth the download even if you opt out of subscribing.

- Exactly what I needed!

Over the past couple of years, I found myself not being able to remember things very well for very long, even if I’d just read, heard it from a video or or even a conversation. I’ve always had a great memory so it was really bothering me. When trying to find a way to help myself, I was particularly interested in finding memory type comprehension activities. I searched the APP Store for “brain games” and found Elevate. I downloaded the free trial for 7 days as have been pleasantly surprised that I found exactly what I had wanted to find. It’s been helpful not just in reading, but keeping sharp in math (estimations, percentages, even tipping) as well as writing, diction, vocabulary and so many others. It’s all based on current skill level, the games are fun and in each ‘daily workout’ that it puts together for you, it gives great feedback. It keeps me challenged when it sees that my scores are increasing in each category. I’m hooked. I’m enjoying the daily exercises and look forward to seeing my progress. Membership for the year is well worth it and affordable. I can’t wait to see how much I’ve improved by this time next year.

- Timing everything skews learning

I can see how this app could be beneficial and enjoyable to some people. However, the fact that every game is timed adds an artificial (and IMO arbitrary) goal that supersedes the learning objective of the app. While it makes sense to time the games that appropriately aim to speed up a specific ability, it doesn’t make sense to time every game—and to cut off the game when the time expires. Some things warrant a thoughtfulness that the stress of a timer precludes. It’s difficult to get the most out of an exercise like “Adjective Recall” or “Eloquence” when I’m not allowed enough time to explore my vocabulary on a deeper level. Further, these exercises are so far removed from the real-life experiences of writing and speaking that the timer offers no real measurement of one’s actual abilities. Unfortunately, access to more challenging activity levels relies on speedy responses rather than true knowledge levels. I suppose if you generally believe that “faster is better,” then this app will suit you. I, however, fail to see the benefits of the concept of “speed editing,” for example. For many of the skills this app addresses, the timer turns “training” into “gaming.” If you’re not interested in gaming, this app won’t satisfy your craving for intellectually challenging puzzles.

- This would have been a 5 star review

I love this game. I play it every day and it really does challenge the mind. I love it so much that back in January I paid for an annual subscription. It’s been great. Until the last update.... and now when I open the app I get “unlock elevate” asking me to buy a subscription! I can’t play half the games on there because of this, and there’s no “restore purchases” button so there’s no way to make this update recognize that I already have a subscription. AND I’ve emailed the developer twice in the last 4-5 days and all I’ve gotten is a canned message saying “sorry we’re backed up with emails, we’ll reply soon” It’s ridiculous. I can’t be the only user having this problem, so it would be nice if you could even acknowledge that this problem is happening and you’re working on a fix. But nope - nothing, and this update has been out for over a week. So instead of 5 stars you get 1 - both for this extremely annoying glitch (an annual membership is not cheap!) AND for having zero customer service to address it. Not cool.

- Problem with app and company

I don’t understand why your app doesn’t list the errors in a section for us to learn from our errors. I was doing the memory part today the only items listed at the end were the ones I got right. I am confused as to what was the right word that some of the statements were referring to. When I was asked the normal question after taking the quiz whether the quiz was helpful or not I put in “not” because I couldn’t see what the correct answers to the ones that I missed. Then I got a response saying that the next time I take the quiz, it will adjust, I guess to be more helpful. What does that mean and how will it adjust? Also, while I was reading some of the reviews, I noticed that sometimes you use a computerized auto answer instead of a real person. One of the reviewer was complaining of the errors you have in some of your quizzes or tests. That was explained in the title of the review. Then in the explanation below the title they said something like “Such an app can’t afford this.”, which if your company would have allowed a human being to actually read the review along with the title you wouldn’t have put in your company’s reply to the reviewer telling them that there is a free version!!! How embarrassing!!!! I can’t see paying so very, very much money for this app if it has these problems.

- Needs upgrading

I first liked the app and tried the free version for some time. I liked the regular practice and decided to purchase when there was a big sale. However I feel once I have purchased that I don’t get any more benefits than I did with the free version. The games aren’t that much more diverse.. it tends to pick the same games for me continually and rarely do I get new ones. I feel there are some features that make the practice feel less like it’s trying to train you, teach you, help understand things better, and more focused on completing the game and passing. For instance there are some games that don’t tell me what the correct answer should have been if I got it wrong. Or if you run out of time, I would like to know the answer to what I was working on. Sometimes if I do not pass on the first try, the second try is much easier or doesn’t seem equivalent levels, just so that I pass instead of being challenged. Some games have such a time pressure that your mind can make shortcuts just to guess the right answer instead of knowing why it’s correct. The reviews only will go over 2 mistakes... Yea. I feel there could be more to make a paying contributor feel like they get more out of the training

- Lacks a support staff

I started using this last year and used it for approximately 6 months and found it helpful and enjoyable. I paid for the a year in advance. After that initial 6-month period the app started to have some glitching issues. I tried reaching out for help but could find no way to communicate with the company, so I re-installed the app, but it reset all my previous scores and skill levels, therefore starting me over again which I was not pleased with. I couldn’t log in again. I tried sending requests in through something in the app but never got a response. Tried to contact through the website but when you click the Contact button you just a blank screen. I even tried to respond to the emails they would send me but never got a response. So I canceled the renewal through apple, but couldn’t find any way to get a refund on the 6 months I couldn’t use the app and couldn’t get any to help resolve the issue. Wouldn’t recommend to anyone because of the lack of service to resolve issues. When that happens you won’t get any help, but they they will try to keep hitting your account for money. Disappointing.

- Age Rating Says 4 and Up But App Says 13 and up

I downloaded this app after seeing a couple of ads on it on my phone. But the age rating is wrong. I put in my real age because I am not the type of person who lies about their age to get access to apps and it said that no one under the age of 13 can sign up or play the app. Could you please make it so that as long as you are 4 and up like it says on the age rating on Apple App Store you can use the app? I just want to be able to learn and enjoy this app like all of these other people have. This app can really help kids like me with their education and if you take the time to make it available to kids younger than 13 the results will be amazing. If you guys are worried about it being too hard for kids it might be hard for some but many kids my age are super smart for their age. My reading level is 10th grader. And believe me I am NOWHERE near close to being a tenth grader! 😅 I’m not the best at math though and this app would be great to help me practice and improve my math. I hope you will take the time to make this app accessible for kids under the age of 13, or maybe create a kids version of the app like “Elevate Kids”?? Thank you for reading my review!

- Fun training, valuable skills

As an engineering student, I can attest to many a long research paper, and timed physics and calculus exams. Often in the solving of complex thermodynamics, you would find that some of the most annoying, time consuming operations could be alleviated by a stronger, faster mental math skill set. I have spent entire nights (without sleeping) poring over long research papers, attempting to catch mistakes and condense and clarify my work. These games are very basic, fun, and effective. I feel that this app has the potential for further development, and could easily become part of the tool set of an aspiring engineer. They speed train the basics, so that you have more time and energy to focus on the tough stuff. I'm a bit intrigued by how the ratings are calculated, as I reached the 80% percentile in math within my 3rd day of using it. Do you guys think to account for the people who get the app, play for one day and then never use it again? Or maybe I'm just smart. Idk. Great app to try for the free trial, not sure if I'll pay for it though. I'll be keeping my eye on its development for sure though

- Amazing App!

This app is fantastic in conjunction with an app called Brilliant. The two work fabulously with one another. I use Elevate as a good warm up exercise to stretch every region of my brain to prepare it for my main workout (which I do with Brilliant). Give them both a shot! This app is amazing because it’s flexible with every individuals learning style and methods to problem solve, learn tips and tricks to perform certain tasks efficiently and more! Brilliant is more of an advanced app and, depending on the individual, may take them more time to solve and figure out certain tasks from specific courses that Brilliant offers. My first course that I decided to challenge myself in was the Logic/problem solving in the mathematics section. I actually did really well! Anyways, download either of the app, whether it be Brilliant or Elevate. If you want to get the best of both world, download both! You have the option to use either of the two for free, or pay monthly/yearly for additional bonus content and access! Hope this review helps! Happy hunting! :D

- Good but point system needs improvement

I’ve used this app for a long time and maxed out almost every category until they raised the max to over 300. Something that has always bothered me is the points accrued. I don’t see much rhyme or reason to it sometimes. For example, at times I see it shoot up four points on an Excellent score, but other times it is raised by only three. The app in the past would give five points but that seems to have gone by the wayside some time ago. My main issue is when you get a high score. I have only seen it move up by three measly points for high scores for a long time now. A high score should net more points than anything else. It doesn’t happen often and if you can beat your previous high score, isn’t that the pinnacle? It’s better than excellent, obviously. It should garner five points. It should be the only time you can earn that much. Right now it is only three! That is ridiculous, please update the point system and give more points for a high score, and maybe amend the point system in general to make it more obvious about why you are getting what you get. Thank you.

- Practically Amazing!

I have not used many apps or programs similar to this that “train your brain”, and am fairly new to this application. But dang, (am not going to curse), this application so far is incredible! It is so practical and useful to daily life, honestly this type of format should be used in the public school systems. It is engaging, looks beautiful and clean, and has great motivating features such as the slot-machine sounds(which if you have been to vegas feel pretty rewarding lol). Overall this has to be one of the best applications i have used to date, which makes the yearly payment absolutely worth it if you find developing your mind in practical way useful. 9.9/10 so far. (Hope this application continues to grow and develop, and reaches a greater scale than where it is currently at.) Also for you guys that have read all the way till the end, wait for the “cheaper algorithm” to kick in. (Not sure what needs to be done, but diminishing use, sucking more, skipped lessons, non-finished days as time goes on, but continual use without upgrading may be the key) Get Learning! Yay.

- Sharpens the Blade of Knowledge

I’ve completed 24 workouts once a day, and I’m already noticing some major changes in my life. I’m able to type clear and concise emails to my college instructors and my performance in class feels like it’s at its best. I also noticed that I can better visualize and solve mental math problems without thinking too hard. I even caught myself solving an addition problem instantly without really having to compute it and I’m not talking about problems from assignments, I’m talking about real world math problems that friends and family bring up during convos (mostly relating to the price of something). However, one thing I would like the app to have is a retry or replay button for games. Maybe with a limit of 3 replays if needed. I find that I sometimes complete a game but feel as though I didn’t focus/perform as good as I should’ve, so it’d be nice to be able to click retry instead of being sent to the next game and having to go back to the previous one.

- Very Good

I’ve learned a lot from these brain exercises. I’m less intimidated by math and have learned some new vocabulary words. However, some of the exercises are unnecessarily repetitive. For example, I’ve been tested on the exact same stories a few times. And some of the pictures for vocabulary building are too difficult to see on a smart phone or the pictures don’t adequately portray what they are supposed to picture. In other words, sometimes the pictures reflect a biased perspective that, I suspect, makes the game inadequate for gaging the performance of a large segment of its players. Other problems occur in games that test our ability to hear mistakes in grammar. These recordings sometimes don’t take into account that a listener might easily hear a correct version even if it’s not said correctly by the speaker. The voice and rhythm and flow of the recorded speakers tend to be culturally tinged in a way that this company has considered adequately generic enough but this might not be valid to account for some of the wide ranging nuances and speech patterns that flavor the language centers in the brains of lots of listeners.

- Feelings Over Facts: Wokeness 101

After playing one game where they present a word and you are tasked with presenting a word synonymous to the word, I was told “queer” is not synonymous with “strange.” I email the company to tell them about the error, and this is the response I got: (to summarize: “yes your answer is correct, but we are worried more about people’s feelings rather than their education.”) Hi Vivian, Thank you for contacting us with your feedback. Although one definition of queer is indeed "strange," in certain contemporary contexts, queer is also used negatively to criticize people. Merriam-Webster does note that queer, as it relates to sexual orientation and gender identity, can be used as a "positive self-descriptor." Nonetheless, it goes on to state: "The pejorative uses of queer, however, have certainly not vanished. Both the adjective and noun continue to be highly offensive when used disparagingly." Because the interpretation of queer as a positive self-descriptor is highly individualized, and because it is still often used to describe others offensively, we have elected to not accept queer as an acceptable response to prevent offense to users who may have experienced such negative language in the past. Let us know if you have any more questions about this. Kind regards, Emma

- Quality Content, Reasonable Price

Short version: if you use this app consistently, you will help hone your mind to a razor's edge. I have a year of consistent training - doing the daily recommended program at least 5 times a week- to back this up. Long version: I have used Elevate for 2 years. For the first year, I didn't use the app to it's fullest. Ever since I realized that, I changed my attitude and have achieved massive intellectual growth. For example, my writing was very sloppy in high school - I was very wordy and my vocabulary was imprecise. By using Elevate frequently, I have achieved a level of writing that has impressed many peers and professors at college: and I'm not an English major! My professors all have at least 15 years of work experience and they say I write professional-grade material. Not only that, but it also improved my intellectual strength so much that I didn't realize how much I'd grown until recently! It's truly one of the best apps for those looking to strengthen their minds.

- Beware! You will be charged as soon as this app is downloaded

I decided to check out this app based on the recommendations from the App Store. I downloaded this and then deleted after reading there was a subscription fee. I had no idea that it immediately signed me up for a 7 day free trial. I just happened to be going through my emails. I found an email in my spam saying I had two days to cancel or I would charged their ANNUAL FEE. Of course when I look at the date today is the day. I click on the link in the email to cancel subscription, but this of course is a bunch of confusing directions and articles you have to read which basically are misguided and gives no straight link just to cancel. I contact support it is all monitored through email no live person to speak to. I emailed to recover my password to check the status but I forgot it. I never receive an email for reset and of course I submit an email for assistance and it basically says they are busy and there could be a wait. This email arrives immediately in my inbox but still no password reset email. This application is a sham! This needs to be addressed. Don’t click on this app if you don’t want to be charged without your consent!

- Fees and age restrictions

This game sounded awesome with the editors choice award and the 4.8 out of five rating. But there is a hidden fee that once you do the first level that you have to pay annually. I have been looking for a game for a long time now for free brain training game. And you can go with you can play the game but you can only do kind of like the first level that shows you where you are in the game. But then everything else is locked you can literally not with any other game. Also I am 11 and I again I’ve been looking for a game that is free but also can be any age to play. I do not think it’s fair to hold a restriction on people that of under age of 13That is a game of just brain training that is not an inappropriate at all. Otherwise all the stuff I said before if you were over 13 and don’t mind paying money every single month to play brain training game this game is great I’m gonna give credit to it they made a really good program and it sounds fun. I guess I will go back on the hunt to find a brain training game that let me play without paying money and Let me play under the age of 13.

- I Recommend Elevate for Brain Trauma

I suffered frontal lobe brain trauma in 2018 that made eye tracking and word recall particularly difficult. It made even casual conversations embarrassing and anxiety-producing for me. My neurologist recommended I practice both of these things each day, but I wasn’t sure where to start. Then I found Elevate. I began using Elevate daily, concentrating on the reading, writing, and speaking portions. Progress was slow, of course, but being able to track my progress in the app was encouraging. Over the course of a year, with daily Elevate usage, my improvements were dramatic. I relied on the vocabulary refreshers to help my recall (I started phrasing my mental word searches to myself in the context of the game UI, which reduced my frustration), and the speech practices gave me the confidence boost I needed to engage in more conversations. My neurologist was so impressed that he wrote down Elevate’s subscription details and said he’d begin recommending it to patients in similar situations.

- Too hyper—speed isn’t everything

I would like you to make options available at the outset to use a slower pace. The answers are easy but there is not enough time to touch the correct answer. I suggest slowing things down initially and allowing speed to increase gradually on an individual basis. Let each person challenge themselves with speed. I work with elderly adults doing brain fitness. They can’t use this app because it goes too fast. I look for apps they can use between or instead of our sessions. I tell them about this and other apps but I’m not enthusiastic about your app. And it’s too bad because I think it could be a better if it was more accessible to use. I’d like to be able to suggest it. I have spent 40+ years studying people from various cultures who are advanced spiritually and whose presence benefits the world in profound ways. They tend to move and live in a calmer state. What they have to teach us is far more significant than how fast we can think and move. Their experience of Life is very different from most of us and far more fulfilling.

- Excellent

This is my second review because this app is so good. I have stopped what I’m doing just to review it again. For approximately three years I’ve used this app. I am a writer (never been paid) but I write extensively on FB. When I share an article I wrote one year ago, errors jump out at me that didn’t then, that need to be corrected. I was too wordy; now I am not. I didn’t know how to use commas correctly; now I do. My punctuation was iffy; now it’s not. I can read faster, focus sharper, and estimate quicker. Even though I have a degree in English, teaching Senior High English in the late seventies, this app has improved my writing more than the classroom ever did. I cannot recommend this app enough, especially if you’re in your sixties like me, and need to sharpen your listening and remembering skills. I do it everyday. It’s the one thing I do with consistency. Try it. Eventually you will see improvement and become a better writer, listener, and learner, even as you age.

- Free version is now useless

I have been using Elevate for some time now. I've always loved it, but could never afford to pay for it. That was never a problem until they added this new Memory category. To be clear, the new Memory category is locked behind a pay wall. That's fine, I suppose, but the fact that they use your EPQ in Memory to calculate your overall EPQ means that if you can't afford to pay $40 a year for the app, you will no longer be able to see an accurate overall EPQ (which I used as a personal marker of how I was doing), because the new category drags your EPQ down dramatically when you can't do any of the training games in that category. My overall EPQ dropped by about 700 points. Also, I think it's crap that they no longer offer the option to pay by the month. My boyfriend pays monthly, which I might be able to make work, but now you have to pay for the full year up front, unless you have been grandfathered in from when they still offered monthly terms. I'm honestly about to stop using Elevate entirely. I know there are other brain training games out there. I'm so disappointed.

- What I was looking for

I have always been the type of person who wants to better myself, become smarter, be able to hold better conversations, etc. I like to be better than myself. This App is the perfect learning tool for using my own personal knowledge, at my own level I mean, and be able to learn more. What I mean is, this App will ask you questions whether you get them right or wrong it will create your own personal quizzes for you to challenge yourself and they make it fun and easy for you to pick up on your mistakes. If there is something way past what I am able to pick up on they will not keep giving me those sorts of questions. If I keep getting certain questions correct I will move up to the next level. The cost for this was very fair for how much I can and will invest time in this. I have a full time job and children so I cannot choose college and personally I do not want to so with this I can still expand my education and knowledge for everyday use.

- Vocabulary exercises are inaccurate and need review

I think this is a great app overall, but it really fails in exercises devoted to eloquence, clarity, improved speaking, etc. The app has been written to ask for substitutes or give additional synonyms. Many of the suggested synonyms aren’t actually synonyms, although they are close. In many cases, the app give points for supplying rarely used words in quite simple sentences. It doesn’t sound eloquent; instead I think the speaker would be perceived as lacking clarity or even speaking pretentiously. Eloquence cannot exist without clarity. The developers should have some conversations with editors and university-level writing instructors, I think, to sort out these “bugs.” I’m neither, by the way, but have certainly benefitted from both groups. On the other hand, the mathematical sections are great and I’ve found the punctuation reviews helpful. Of course, the punctuation system doesn’t always fit with current usage offering multiple correct solutions based on different contexts. So... B- (needs improvement, but on the right track)

- Excellent way to start your day

I start my day using this app during breakfast, it puts me in a good mood to take any challenge. It’s hard to attest (even on a scientific level) whether it makes you more intelligent or not, but it definitely helps you understand and be more conscious, concise and articulated with language; it also helps you understand how your own mind memorizes or focuses best, and learn techniques for quick mathematical processing. After using this app (on and off I must admit) for the last two years, I’ve found I’m more assertive at choosing my words and learning new ones without having to look them up in a dictionary (thanks to etymologies,) be more present when listening to a process or people’s names, and have also became really good at quick math calculations which come really handy for business casual conversations. I’d define it as oil for your brain that keeps things sharp while setting you up for the day by successfully completing a few tasks in the morning 👌🏻.

- Great for memory loss patients

I have hemorrhaging on my brain due to a medication given during an open heart surgery. Over the years my brain has regressed into memory loss. My brain function declined in many areas. Comprehension, articulate, process, and the list goes on. As a young mom I was told that I was at risk for early onset Alzheimer’s and dementia by the time I was in my 50’s. I’ve been on a journey to bring all pieces of the healing puzzle together which includes medical guidance, nutrition, exercise, spiritual aspects, and exercising my brain through reading, apps, etc. Elevate has been my top go-to app when it comes to exercising my brain and regaining basic skills one uses with the brain every day. This app is an important factor for mental health and keeping memory issues at a stand still. Anyone suffering from memory loss that affects the intellect will highly benefit from this app. Even if you consider your memory issues ‘mommy brain’, you need to exercise your brain and keep it sharp.

- Beautiful app with very sophisticated learning algorithms

This app is so beautiful!!! I love the animations, the gamification and all the metrics you can track. It’s so well thought out. It’s the best app I have ever used.... seriously. I’m actually learning and getting better at editing. It’s a great mental workout for my bus ride to work. It has only been a little over a week and I’m already seeing improvements in my reading and editing abilities. I’m still on the trial but definitely going to sign up for the membership. It helps me so much with my design work. It’s a great way to work on my listening skills and memory. I have tried other apps like this in the past but never before have I come across one that was so sophisticated and with skills I can instantly apply to my life. I’m an app designer myself and wanted to give a shout out to the design team that this a freakin work of art! Keep up the good work!!! The team behind this app is crushing it! Every day you inspire me!

- My

Elevate has been absolutely great. I had no idea I was so lacking in speaking and comprehending reading, albeit, I love to read so this has been a great asset. The games get tough as you excel in rank. My only issue is: estimation gives you only one mistake. It times out so quickly. I’m a fast adder, always know my change before the cashier can even look up at the screen. Visualization: do not like this game at all but have to play it to complete the reading portion. The pictures are so vague, it’s hard to tell how to match the word with the pic, especially on a small screen cell phone. Extraction: I love this game but the font is so small, I actually screen shot the story so I can read it fully and clearly. Other than these 3 quirks, I absolutely love this game. Just renewed my second year. The tidbits of information you get from various games is so interesting, I wish there were a way to download, “ the rest of the story!” Lol

- Excellent quality of the training and customer service

I have been using elevate for over two years, and the training has definitely improved my mind. Exercising the mind is as important as exercising the body. Their superb customer service takes the elevate training to another high level. They are prompt in responding. I had caused a problem with logging in to my elevate training. James, the customer service representative, made sure that I was able to finally log into my elevate account. He was totally committed to making sure I could get back in, and was both knowledgeable and very supportive. Since I was the one who had made the mistake in my account, I really appreciated his positive support. I have found that the elevate training is the best of all that I have tried, which is now why I am beginning my third year, and will continue from there. As an educator of 40 years I appreciate all that elevate offers, and I recommend the training.

- More value than the neuropsychologist thinks

My neuropsychologist counseled me not to spend much money on brain building apps. “They don’t work” according to the profession’s assessment. I’ve been a RN for >40years; was a certified “Technical Trainer” in the USAF. Following an adrenal crash, my verbal skills were pretty much wiped out: significant expressive aphasia, great difficulty word finding, difficulty following conversation. Doing simple math on paper was a challenge, like a 3rd grader, and doing cognitive equations just couldn’t happen. Not sure what criteria their testing and value of something like this is, but I know, that if nothing else, the skills on this app have exercised my skills from the lowest level to the point that my confidence in myself has improved, significantly. It was a slow and frustrating start, but I am much better in participating in conversations and improved in doing math in my head. Certainly, more work to go, but Elevate has been a significant benefit for me.

- Best App Ever!!!

I downloaded Elevate today and I am already hooked! The free version of the app might need an update or two, but otherwise it’s a great app! Let me go into detail. I bought the subscription a couple hours ago and I gotta say, it’s awesome, 5 stars, no doubt. The free week is very helpful to see if the customer likes it, and it is very cheap. 40 dollars a year! The subscription is fun and affordable! The content once you buy the subscription is definitely worth it. All of the subjects, games, and workouts deserve a 5 star! I honestly love it. Now for the free version. It is good, but it could use a update or two. First of all, add more than just one workout with three games. Secondly, you should let the users retry the workout more than once. Overall, the free version is great! One last thing, you should make younger age settings, because the rating is 4+ years old. Also you should add more categories like science, biology, geography, history, and physics. If that is too much work than okay. But I really appreciate all that is in the app! Well, that is my rating. It is definitely worth it to buy the subscription. I will tell my friends and family to try out this app. My favorite subjects are math, writing, and reading. This is the best game I’ve ever had and it deserves a five star. My brain is already elevating! (PS, your motto should be, “Your Brain Will Elevate!“)

- Really has made a difference for me

I would like to say a sincere thank you to the robots who make this game…app, whatever you’d like to call it. I’ve been using it for almost two years now and I have noticed quite an improvement in numerous skills. I don’t think it would be noticeable to anyone else but who cares? It’s made me feel better about myself. In Math especially, I can say I’m amazed at the new pathways my little brain has made through the clever teaching style of this app. I legit am the worst at math. My skills didn’t go much beyond the simple add, subtract, multiply and divide. That part of my brain just doesn’t seem to work well. It’s one of the biggest reasons I never finished college. I couldn’t do any college level math courses. Also, I am lazy. Now while I am hardly on track to get a PhD in theoretical physics, I feel much more confident in several skills. I look forward to using this app everyday.

- BEST Mental Learning Available

I’m an avid learner, but a slow processor. Over my life I’ve tapped to play several learning-style games, everything from sudoku and crosswords to luminosity brain trainers and word games. Every one of them bored me, if I am being completely honest. Luminosity came close but it just wasn’t stimulating enough for me to make it a habit. Enter “Elevate”. I am finishing up my two week trial and this is the first time I’ve maintained a consistent practice for as long as I have. The games are challenging, but in a way that makes me more excited to keep playing, not less. It gives you games that practice seriously practical knowledge and processing skills, and even better, they use real world information in all of their written word games so you’re double learning. I feel like I’m finally tackling my biggest challenge (processing speed) while also leveling up skills I already felt pretty confident in. Ten of ten would recommend.

- Like!

I don’t love this app, no...but I certainly like it. A favorite actress of mine (Madelaine Pestch) mentioned this in an interview that she did, and I got curious about it because it sounded interesting. It has helped improve my brain power in a fun way. I don’t feel like I’m a actually doing work, and at the same time I can get my daily dose of learning on weekends and breaks. The only thing I don’t like about it is the fact you need to pay money to get certain things. I understand that the creators need to make money somehow, but I really wish I could do those two pro levels. I’m going to try the free trial and let you know what I think of it. Anyways, I know the app couldn’t really change the money part, so...yeah. Thanks for creating the app, though! It’s highly recommended for anyone who feels like they need a little freshening up in the brain every once in awhile, especially if you have money to spare, because it’s really not that much money if you want to do the pro (40 bucks a year). Thanks again!

- Elevate is an exceptional app. One of my all-time favorites.

Been quite a while since high school and college. My math and language skills had gotten out of shape. Been using Elevate Pro for about 3 years, and have noticed remarkable improvements in my writing and communication skills. Happy to say my writing skills have improved, even beyond the level they were at in college. That's mostly due to daily use of Elevate, though I keep looking for excuses to write, thanks to my greater enjoyment of such. My mental math skills have benefitted as well. The app is a pleasure to use, and the development behind it is exceptional. The training exercises are interesting, and enjoyable, and you can quickly sense your improvement. I've learned so much about words I knew from context, even though my understanding of their definition was off. I appreciate Elevate’s support, as well. Quick to respond, and helpful. Been meaning to leave a review. Thankful I've NEVER been nagged to do so. Elevate was named APP OF THE DAY, today, so here’s my review. Go ahead and start with the Free version. There's a LOT to it. You can subscribe to the Pro version, whenever you feel like it. You'll gain eve more helpful exercises. If your brain has been feeling rusty, or you just want to improve your skills, you've GOT to give it a try. Set a time to use it each day when your brain is most fresh, and make it a habit.

- Loved it until I discovered shallow content

I love it, except for there seems to be missing the Listening section which is shown in my iPhone widget section, which I would find really helpful. As was stated elsewhere, once you get to higher difficulty it still keeps the scores from when it was super easy, so you can only do “good”, can only proceed by 1 (up to 400, when it gets extremely difficult around 200) and never “excellent”, which is painstaking and poor design. Perhaps they are only marketing it for people who only use it for two weeks then quit? (Perhaps because the trial period doesn’t last that long). Cheap gimmick to make people cough up $9, which no app costs that much. I am quickly losing patience with what I thought was a game-changer, or “brain-changer”, but poor design makes it bog down quick, especially as it seems that after only 2 weeks I’m in the 92nd percentile in everything but math, where I’m almost to 98th percentile. This is indicative that people lose interest quick because of the poor level progression. I’m really bummed :( Developers: get it together!

- Great!

To me, any tool that helps me learn anything is worth it. Obviously the app isn’t perfect, and there are some games where I feel are more about speed than actually learning, but the math area in the app is very helpful! The lessons (those I have read) are also a great learning tool. I have learned easier and quicker ways to calculate everyday things which has helped me quite a lot. I feel that the speed aspect works better with the math area. However, I have always struggled with punctuation and vocabulary, but this app has somewhat helped me with those subjects. I think it is worth it. The games are fun as well, so there isn’t much harm in playing them anyways. The whole EPQ and performance area of the app is somewhat confusing... I don’t know if this is truly how it works, but it seems to almost always give you more EPQ every time you play. I went from “advanced” to “expert” within only a few days on writing games, though I don’t believe my actual skill with writing has improved as much as it says. However, leveling up, EPQ, and unlocking new games does make me want to play more often, so I suppose that is a plus..? Here are the benefits I have noticed from using this app so far: Improved mental math Slightly larger vocabulary (not enough to write home about) Slightly better at using commas Overall, if you struggle with certain things like mental math and basic grammar, this is the app for you.

- Good, but not great

I’m a fan of this app, and I just subscribed for the second year. I wasn’t planning on it, though, because as I progressed through the levels, I found the scoring system significantly lacking. What really annoys me about it is that as you progress, there’s no recognition for the increased difficulty. Meaning, I can get my high score in a game the first time I play it because it’s so easy, but it’s scored the EXACT SAME WAY when the stakes are raised! The difficulty setting is way way higher, so it’s virtually impossible to achieve a high score in any game beyond the beginning stages of playing it. You’re forever getting your 5th or 6th highest score, or worse, because the game is that much more difficult now. It ends up taking all the fun out playing, and is why I took like an 8 month break. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy the games and do find them challenging, but it’s incredibly frustrating to get a high score when the difficulty setting is at Beginner and NEVER be able to touch it again! If they fix that, this app would be amazing!

- Great unless you have visual or motor impairments

Firstly, this app is preatty awesome. As a person who enjoys playing video games, this series of mini-games is fun and they really do train your brain and keep you thinking. I look forward to playing these every morning. All that being said, there are some issues. I am legally blind, and that makes it hard for me to play some of them because it takes me time to zoom in and read what is being shown on screen. Because of this, I often have to retry some games multiple times and the game misjudges my actual skill level due to my eye sight making it a bit harder to read what’s there. Likewise, I can see someone who has problems making certain gestures on the screen having some issues as some games require you to do quick motions in rapid succession. I would be more than happy to aid in accessibility features for this app as I think it is something that everyone can benefit from.

- Ok for brain stretching.

I don’t know about other people but I don’t need any more pressure or stress in my life. All aspects of this game are timed. I actually had a panic attack in the middle of one of the math tests. Reminded me of being bullied at school. They are constantly notifying me about something I missed or if I have to skip a day. It’s like paying a computer app to nag me. I’m going to keep at this game out of a determination to finish what I started plus they’ve already charged me for a year. But, once the year is over....I AM DONE! Second comment: after almost a month, my family now thinks once the television/radio/music is off, I’m free for them to come in and destroy any chance I have at finishing one of the tests within the time frame given. ADDED STRESS. IM SO FRUSTRATED. I want to give up, quit, shut down whatever. If you want to play, remember 3 things: 1) everything is timed. 2) you must remember the rules for each game, and last but not least 3) leave home for the time the tests take. Good luck with finding the space to do this. This is no longer entertaining.

- A lot of this stuff is good

A great challenge and a good way to learn new stuff. If I could just point something out the reading section is good each reading segment is easy to do quickly and thus not daunting, but problem one is the comprehension test is multiple choice, which is a quite easy thing to trick (even accidentally) as each is a 3 choice question — super easy to guess on and to trick into thinking I did better than I actually did. Making me fill in the answer or just offering more options would make it more realistic, as then it would be harder or impossible to guess the right answer. Also maybe I haven’t found it yet, but I would like a vocab trainer option like a flash card section. Not just a couple games that are a test of what I already know, but away to practice the new words I keep finding on this app, I mean that’s how I learn new words (by repetition and usage through context) not just seeing it once on a test and hoping I’ll remember. I mean I could find a vocab app but then why do I need you?

- Best game and user interface in this brain training realm.

Truly enjoy this app and also find the new meditation app Balance equally enjoyable. Well designed from quality of subjects (brain training exercises), to presentation and application features. This is a great investment in the health of your brain and keeping those cognitive skills sharp and also synapses firing quickly. Keep the brain stimulated instead of slowing down which can happen. Use it of lose it, they say. Also a wonderful way to turn a mundane experience, such as when experiencing downtime while waiting for a drs appointment or waiting for a flight. Or even, for more serious Elevate brain trainers possibly taking a few minutes during the day to keep your mind thriving and growing with Elevates option of scheduling a series of brain training activities at a specific time as your day allows.

- Definitely addictive

I’m not gonna lie, this app is addictive and it has helped. I find I’m not forgetting what I went upstairs for as much, haha. I would think, however, after 8 yrs they would have come up with more than 5 memory games. The scoring seems a bit arbitrary and inconsistent…Some games are super generous (Division, Averages, Measuring) and some impossibly strict (Adjective Recall, Comprehension) AND they just revised the scoring so you get no points for a good game. I’m not sure what their intention was, but I can’t imagine it makes users more motivated to play. I’m a hundred days in and about a week from topping out in difficulty all categories. Not clear on how they increase difficulty since it’s just the same games over and over, so you can’t help but eventually memorize them. They dink around with the esoteric EPQ points so you can never top out on those. But it’s been fun. Not sure what I’ll do with the rest of my years’ subscription.

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- (Used to love this)… revised review

I’ve been away for some time but now enjoying this app again. Unfortunately many of the games won’t load even though the internet is fine. Yes I’ve deleted and downloaded again and turned computer off and on. Please fix. Cheers Revised review: The support team reached out and the problem solved. You can’t run a vpn whilst playing the game and ,probably more importantly, don’t download the app whilst the vpn is on. The app won’t work at all. This is an app you’ll come back to over and over. I got the lifetime subscription years ago… not disappointed . I don’t know if the still offer that though. Thankyou

- Very US-centric, and simple and repetitive

A lot of the skills tested aren’t really relevant outside of the US. For example, converting ounces or yards, calculating tips, and mixing up pronunciations of phrases that only sound the same in an American accent. Some of the skills tested are very useful, like trying to remember people’s names, or synonyms for words. A lot of the games end up feeling very formulaic though, like the one correcting sentences that have clearly been generated to be more complicated than they need to by just substituting a phrase for a word that you would never say. And the mathematics games were a bit disappointing and didn’t become more challenging over time, for example the only games I found about multiplication were one with fractions that kept asking me to triple a whole number like 2, and one involving budgeting where you only multiplied numbers by parts of a year like 12 and 52. Overall it was fun for a week but very expensive and I don’t see how it would stay fresh and challenging in the long term.

- The clock wins again

Although in general I find the games interesting,I have a genuine bone to pick in regard to the Memory game which is part of the speech component. I find the parameters of this game rather limiting. Firstly one has to read and interpret the definition, then find and type (and thus by extension spell as well )the word on a constantly changing keyboard, all of this while trying to beat the clock! The problem with this is that there are often more words that fit the definition than the game allows for, therefore time is wasted looking for letters that are not there, forcing the player to rethink, spell, type etc. End result.....the more extensive your vocabulary the more likely the clock is to win! Secondly, I wonder as to the efficacy of this game in improving VERBAL skills. It is one thing to know the definition of a word but quite another to know and understand when and how to use it!

- Service turned me around

I had previously written a poor review which is below. Completely separate to this I had an email chain going with Support@Elevate. Since the events I described, I’ve received attentive and genuine customer service from the developer. They’ve surprised me to the point where I now believe I was in the wrong to denigrate them. So, yes, some poor customer experience followed by a surprising and genuine effort to make me happy with no hidden agenda. Thank you, Elevate. A very rare and welcome outcome to my complaints. Previous review Poor experience and expensive- don’t do it This app signs you to an expensive annual subscription by stealth. Be careful where you put your fingers after the trial membership- you might end up with an unwanted $70 App Store transaction like I did. Elevate claims they can’t do anything about that, it’s all the app store’s problem... Meanwhile I’ve paid for an annual subscription and I’ve deleted the app in protest because I don’t really want to be as brainy / intelligent / mentally agile as people who do business this way. Hope you have better luck than me, but if you’re reading this review for advice - mine is there are other apps out there, and no need to engage with a poor business model.

- My favourite part of the day

I’ll be perfectly candid. I downloaded this app strong hesitations. I preconceived that it wouldn’t work it be worth the cost. Boy was I wrong. This app is so incredible and I’m endlessly thankful for it. I’ve worked the fee into my budget and intend of renewing for years to come. Not only is it genuinely fun, exciting and captivating, but you can see the positive impact the training has. I find myself speaking with an eloquence I’ve never had before. I can think more clearly and calculate sums quickly off the top of my head. I’m making less mistakes in my papers at university and work. Do yourself a favour and download this app. Work it into your everyday life and watch yourself bloom.

- Excellent app despite the occasional mistakes

Great app, fun and quite useful. Almost flawless but there are the rare mistake here and there (understandable since the app has a lot of content). E.g., a prompt in the Diction (Speaking) game was “This book makes even less sense (than/then) the last one I read”; “than” was marked “incorrect” despite being the grammatically correct answer (which the game also confirmed in the explanation given after a wrong answer, i.e. that “than” is used to make a comparison while “then” refers to time or a chronological order). Nevertheless, it’s an excellent app, especially for vocabulary and speed reading training.

- Exceptional

This app is nothing short of exceptional. With a broad variety of engaging activities to choose from, this app is an excellent and efficient way to train your mind. You will receive 3-5 free exercises a day, with activities ranging from four different subjects: Maths, Reading, Writing and Speaking (a fifth subject, Listening, is a trial which only some users have). You can check your proficiency in each subject on your profile, and with a cheap $40 yearly subscription, you can have unlimited access to all of the activities. I highly recommend purchasing this app; it’s fun, enlightening and engaging.

- An engaging and efficient way to learn.

I like the interface and the games. I find the study section of this app, however, uninteresting and the same examples are used over and over again. I also don’t like how if you lose all your lives in a certain game, you have to keep doing it until you get it right. If you failed miserably the first few times, you’re not gonna miraculously improve at some point later on. The games should just mark your performance the first time as well, regardless of whether you perform very well. If we keep getting multiple attempts at the same thing - we’re not getting a fair and accurate analysis of our EPQ. And that IS what you’re aiming for, right..?

- Awesome app

I have been using Elevate for two month now and I update to Premium. The work behind this app it’s just unbelievable. I love the designs, the sounds. The games originality and creativity. As a French speaker it really help me improve my English skills. Certain games, especially “pronunciation” is really hard for me. But I would get there. Also there costumer service is absolutely fantastic. Had a issue with my subscription and the problem got solve in less than 12hours. Bravo Also I am using Balance which is their mediation app. And it is simply fantastic. Haven’t missed a mediation day since. Same with elevate. Haven’t missed a day.

- Good customer service

Don’t remember if i’ve tried this app or not, however I was told my free trial was ending. Thankfully, I received a follow up apology email telling me that it was a mistake and that all has been resolved (me not being charged). The customer service provided was of 5 star quality and in the world of apps, this is not always the case. Keep up the solid work guys and shout out to Megan for handling the issue with absolute ease. 5 stars, but potentially 6 if I ever decide to use the app and see what it’s about. Looks pretty cool so may have to give it a shot.

- Why so hard to read? Too focused on graphics not use ability

Great app - love it. But for an app that’s aimed for older people (I think) what’s with all the tiny writing; writing in white; tiny photos in visualisation (while unnecessary graphics take up most of the space), etc. At the very least it should be all in bold as it’s hard to read on an iPhone. Extraction paragraphs are particularly hard to read and the type does not need to be so small. Please fix; your graphics folks shouldn’t have so much power in your org, and you should be more concerned about your customers...

- Wow

I came across this app on a Tiktok advertisement and really didn’t expect much but I am ACTUALLY learning and loving it!! It’s informative, dynamic, gamified, well executed, well thought out in terms of structure of the games/tests what ever you call it. I only just started but I genuinely feel like I’m learning so much in so many different fields. I initially got it to better my reading, but have since been bettering my math skills! Who would have thought. I love it. 12/10 its so easy to use and makes me feel super accomplished

- Why can’t I cancel the trial through the app

Update - customer service responded almost instantly and confirmed that the email I received was in error and that no payment will be charged. Aside from the error that was done, excellent customer service I downloaded the app, used it once, deleted the app and today I received an email to say unless I cancel it I will be charged in the next 48hrs…. The only way to cancel is to send an email to their customer support and apparently you have to cancel 24hrs prior to being charged. So the email says 48hrs but you really have 24hrs and rely on someone getting the email….. I am hoping that they respond with “it’s canceled” and therefore I don’t get charged. If they do get back to me And don’t charge me I will update my review….

- beautiful app with real practical value

I have been using this app (a bit on and off) for the last 3 years or so. Definitely among the best brain training apps out there in terms of sleek design and quality contents. But what sets this apart for me (I also tried Lumosity and Peak) is that the games/exercises have a strong focus on practical maths and language use. English is not my first language and although these days I have a good command of it, Elevate helps remind me of the usual mistakes and improve on how to communicate even more effectively and concisely. The math component deals with basic arithmetic and percentages in practical settings such as comparing costs, discounts, calculating changes, etc. Again, the practicality of the exercises is useful to improve mental math skill, especially when sometimes it goes against normal intuition. Highly recommended.

- Good

I’m enjoying the app and have paid for a subscription after a couple of months of trialling the app. However, it disappointed me today with an activity on converting between imperial and metric units. I live in Australia where metric units have been the standard for 46 years or so, so I have no idea about them and no need to convert with them. I find US centric apps annoying. Surely they can be set to a particular country to ensure only appropriate activities are supplied? I also have some problems with punctuation activities. I’m getting the feeling that we do punctuation and grammar a little differently in Aust/UK.

- The perfect warm up for a day of study.

I am currently a PhD student and the language based games are a great way to focus and develop reading, writing, and comprehension skills. I used to feel frustration when games would come up for other skills but that seems to have stopped, either by design or luck. The games are fun, the achievements are compelling, and the design is easy to use and pleasing to the eye. Finally, having a way to change to British-English is a great and thoughtful touch.

- Very worthwhile

I have had a subscription to this app for over a year now. I had always felt embarrassed about my writing, spelling and math skills but I have gained a lot of confidence after playing these games. I rarely recommend apps or games to people but I truly think this one is a must for those of us who struggle with the traditional way of learning. Play it instead of candy crush! It feels good knowing you’re learning while killing time on a game.

- Pretty good...

I enjoy this app, have found it useful and interesting. A couple of things that annoy me (and the reasons I have only given 3 stars) though is the fact that there is a TIME LIMIT ON EVERYTHING! If you’re like me, and don’t do well under pressure, I recommend you do not download this app. Like another reviewer has pointed out, the game “Memory” leaves a lot to be desired, as you have to find and type the word. Also, several definitions are hideously incorrect...developers, check the dictionary please! Overall, it is ok if you’re not too picky with definitions and time limits etc.

- Payment

Elevate is an amazing app and has helped me a lot when it has come to evolving my mind and the way that I think. It is just irritating that for the complete experience you have to pay for it. If you are creating a learning app like this, you shouldn’t have to pay for it. The aim of this app is to help people grow, of all ages but you can’t do that to the fullest if you have to pay. Paying for the full experience in an app is one of the most expensive, annoying and ridiculous things that we have one these phones and it’s just dumb.

- Best in brain training

Have been addicted to this app for years. Best in the market. Have never had any issues with quality of the app, in fact it’s faultless in design. The performance summaries, the daily training options, the study mode and practice section are all immaculate. Great that the sessions get harder as you go. Only areas for improvement, though only minor, there could be more games added more regularly and performance summaries could be more personalised. That aside, it’s perfect.

- Great Brain Training

The app is very user friendly. The games start out at a fairly basic level and increase in intensity as you proceed. Also, the games are quite short, which at first I found annoying but you can generally replay them 3 times or so with fresh questions each times. Additionally, there is quite a vast array of games and subjects to choose from. I haven’t used luminosity, which I think is the biggest competitor, so I’m not sure how it stacks up but for now I’m happy.

- An Educators Dream

I dont write reviews. Im a practical person. My time is usually dedicated to myself. These things being said I’m also a teacher, and i cannot simply pass an opportunity to encourage education for all people at all levels. This has become the source of my education when i am not working through curriculum and units. Its good practice in any case, for anyone seeking to better themselves in all areas. This app doesn't just promote standard and bureaucratic education. It promotes intelligent human interaction.

- Great little app

When you get busy sometimes you forget to continue to grow your brain. This little app gives me five minutes to take out of the day just to focus on some tiny challenges. And when I haven’t been back for awhile, it kindly send me a little reminder that it might be time to come back :-) The extensive collection of games are varied & very helpful. Completely worth the purchase price in my opinion

- No new games

It’s been a long time since this developer added new games. I’ve even written to the developer two years ago about my ideas on possible new games. Nothing. And as other users have said, this APP is heavily US-centric. If it is genuinely “brain” training, then the message seems to be that you have to think like an American to train your brains. What about British English? And don’t forget there are thousands of other languages in the world. Why not develop activities for other languages like Duolingo? I stopped using this APP a long time ago and recently, just out of curiosity to see if anything has improved, nothing. So disappointing. It’s like the developers themselves need to train their own brains.

- Best “brain game”

They don’t beg you to go “pro” unlike other games. It makes me feel more confident when doing the subjects I have practiced. I love looking at how I have improved. Seeing my scores tells me to either “try harder” or “keep going like this”. I was sooo happy when I got my first achievement (3 day streak) that I sent screenshots of it to my Mum and Gran. Overall I love it and I would definitely recommend it. I give it a 5/5 stars and 10/10 score. A lot of effort went into this game.

- Scam

Before you guys think about signing up for the free trial, make sure u don’t make the same mistake as me. I recently signed up for the seven days free trial to see if this app would help. I ended up forgetting and received 0 reminders or anything notifying me of getting charged for a year. I signed up for a free 7 day trial then they shoot me with a $65 dollar yearly subscription. Definitely a big scam on there side. Then they contact you saying they want to help and send u to apple where you have tried to get a refund multiple times and get declined each time. Make sure you don’t get scammed like me because people like this are in human and don’t deserve the money they earn.

- Visually spectacular but not worth the upgrade

I recently bought the full version of the app hoping for long brain consuming sessions. This app is good but not very good as I was disappointed to learn you get only 5 Training lessons per day while you get 3 training lessons on free app... So what’s the point in upgrading? You just don’t get the same thrill of progress by doing activities. Visually this app is second to none but I hope they do add more training lessons per day or this would be my only year using the full version of this app.

- How interesting is learning with ELEVATE

Elevate is such a good tool to brush up your English proficiency when you already have an intermediate or advance level. My vocabulary has increased as never before not just through single words but also with phrases. Even when you know how every category works, it doesn’t mean it is not challenging because it was a variety of content. I don’t work daily with it as I should, but when I do, I learn something that is not evident

- Best everyday brain training app ever used

Elevate is such a highly organised, well throughout and planned app, that I would get surprised by the amount of effort that has been put into each section of the contents. The topics are absolutely engaging and I have learned and grown a lot. It’s quite intriguing as well with it’s fun games. You don’t feel like you are training but you actually are training your brain, incrementally, everyday. Hats off to those who made this incredibly intelligent app. I LOVE IT!

- Is this an issue?

This is possibly one of the best apps to ever hit the App Store. Everything about it works so smoothly, that I am almost addicted to gong back and training my bra in every day. I do think that the upgrade to PRO is a bit steep price wise, but I guess they need to make their money. Nevertheless great game/brain trainer even in the free version. Definitely would consider putting money into this is PRO was a little cheaper. To new people 100% download this.

- Get rid of the timer!!

I’m giving this 1 star because even after my complaints regarding the timer, they still haven’t gotten rid of it I’ve been a subscriber of this game for a couple years now and I use it for the excercises to help my brain out in my old age. But this countdown timer of 5 or 10 seconds, applied after what feels like only a short time, adds so much pressure that disables me from calculating and reaching my own answer. I don’t see any reason at all to have a countdown timer. Currently Subtraction and percentages are the two games I want to expand myself in but am unable to because it inhibits me, I just simply need more time.

- Innovative and fun way to learn

My sister left a review after accidentally using my account and obviously found the game very difficult which goes to show this game is great at targeting different age groups. I myself really enjoy this as it challenges in a variety of different and fun ways. Awesome app and would highly recommend. (Sorry for the previous review, my sister forgot that she was using my account)

- No good for Australia!

I was about to purchase a subscription, however after playing more games, I noticed there is no toggle for Australian English or for metric units only. We do not use pounds and ounces here and as they are not in base ten, it’s very confusing! I also lost time in a game for clicking a spelling error on colo(u)r and hono(u)r. I would expect to see some kind of recognition for this. Eg they did have a note about the “Oxford comma” usage with no penalty. Otherwise seems fun, but no way am I paying for a product that has no allowance for my language.

- Surprisingly good

A little frustrating at times especially answering within the set times. Sometimes can be a little tiresome. I like how it can improve your English, punctuation marks and pronunciation, for example. I've taken the paid option after using the app for several months, pretty good !! Feel really good after completing a session, but a little apprehensive before.

- Addictive!

This is top class. Your brain wakes up with this app. 140 day streak so far. I just can’t put it down. Well worth the price of a subscription. Edit. Now with the added memory games, this app just keeps getting better. 175 day training streak now. 234 day streak now. I gave up paying the monthly subscription and just did the yearly one. Hard to put this one down. Go get it!

- Good. But needs tweaking for the elderly and impaired minds.

My dad is 76 years old and is OK to do this now, but it’s taken some coaching due to the interface and instructions having a fair amount of gamification and complexity. I’d love to see this kind of thing paired back, as it’s confusing for someone who’s rebuilding their short-term memory and isn’t particularly familiar with app interfaces and all the things we take for granted as younger, more mentally-fit people. Font sizes could be increased and colour contrast upped to aid accessibility, even though it is visually-appealing.

- being told I’m being charged the annual fee anyway!

I don’t even have this app on my phone and it’s not coming up in my subscriptions and I got an email saying that I will automatically be charged the annual fee on the 29/7 as my free trial is about to end. Might I add again I don’t even have this app on my phone! And it’s not coming up on subscriptions for me to even cancel it! I cannot afford for this app to be doing this and stressing me out like this. I have emailed and tried googling this, tried redownloading the app to see if I can find the issue and no luck. If I am charged the annual fee anyway I will be extremely upset.

- A great app

I have been really enjoying this app and the use of visual learning, it’s certainly worth the money. I would love to see a content report after every game, and on all answers, wrong, or right. I sometimes choose the correct answers in a multiple choice question, not because I know the answer but because I know it can’t be the others.

- Great app, point system flawed

I really enjoy the app and the games. Some games can improve (memory, for example, as per previous reviews), but generally they are great. the only upsetting part is that app takes EPQ points away if you don’t score high enough (or lower than usual), - this literally discourages form practicing more if you managed to do good once. Would have bought the paid version if it wouldn’t have been for that.

- Driving me mental, in a good way!

Great exercise for the mind. Clean layout and great mental games and challenges that test my overall proficiencies in many areas. Love the recommended courses and the freedom to go off and do other exercises. It’s also helping me in areas of memory and mathematics by teaching me useful tricks I can use day to day. It would be great if the microphone could get utilised for activities that focused on articulation and pronunciation.

- Challenging and fun to play

It's good to play a game that actually challenges me and is not repetitive. I like that it points out errors with explanations so I can do better next time. It's been especially good at improving my maths skills. Though I'm only using the free version I would recommend it to anyone who wants to challenge and engage their brain playing a mobile app game.

- super helpful

recently I’ve started high school and this app has really settled me down. I absolutely love the different subjects and how it tells what you need to improve on. It gives you a taste of high school, if you’re not in middle school yet, this is a great app to start getting used to the changes you’ll have to go through! I’ll be using this app throughout middle school, and I hope you do too!

- My login has reverted back to free restrictions

I’ve been enjoying using Elevate every day after paying for a year's subscription less than a month ago, and then today I was only allowed to use 3 free activities and it kept prompting me to pay to open all 35+ games. Something's wrong here. Thanks support for fixing my issue so quickly; I’m back on track again now!

- Great value brain trainer

I’ve been using this app for many years now and it has really stood the test of time. It has helped me improve my confidence and mental agility in everyday life which is awesome. I love that the app is still being supported and is occasionally updated. I’m not a fan of the current home screen layout, though, I liked the smooth animation design and simplicity of the previous iteration.

- Comments from an oldie.

I am enjoying this. I do get frustrated because my brain doesn’t function as quickly as it used to do. I’m 75 so I guess I can’t expect to be as it once was. I also notice I don’t always pay attention to what I am reading and then get the answer wrong. Had I not rushed it, I would have answered correctly. 👵🏻

- Achievements

I want to see which achievement I’ve got. As I expected I will get one achievement for finishing 5 Study, but it automatically changed to the next level achievement, which can be taken with 25 Study. I’m not sure where has my achievement gone for 5 study. Apart of it, I’m satisfied with using this app which tease my brain regularly with various games.

- Too expensive

$60 a year is a lot especially as I’m a teenager with no job so it will come out of my savings. Looks like a great game but just not worth that much. If it was $20 a year I would buy it without hesitation. Or even better, just a one off price, $25 to have the game forever and i would also buy it without hesitation. also, could you consider telling people that the game costs money before you make them sign up and give your their email? that was pretty poor of you.

- Good game but EXPENSIVE

Subscription suggested a $5.50 monthly payment. Agreed to sign up and was charged over $65 for a year!! Looks like I’ll be playing this game everyday! 🙄 I’m going to be so smart... This game is really worth buying as it’s teaching you new ways to improve your skills everyday. However, I would consider a smaller monthly fee instead of a one off lump sum. You may find that people will be less hesitant when considering downloading the full game.

- Time spent ‘Elevating’ is actually relaxing

I have found that Elevate relaxes me. We all have our worries and concerns, but for some the creative side of the brain can make these worries seem overwhelming. This application gives the logical side of the brain a workout, which in turn, can reduce anxiety or worry. Cycling of a morning for physical health, Elevate of an evening for mental health, and a good nights sleep. Winning!

- Do daily and see the rewards

I didn’t do well in school and now I have returned in my older age, I can see that effect now. I come and go with this app, mainly when I need to save a little bit of money but it’s completely worth it and it’s the same cost as a good coffee per month! I find it really helps me develop the skills I already have and learn ones I never learnt well or at all.

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- Very good game

Very good game only negative is the fonts are way too small for me to read

- Learning is Fun

Enjoy the challenges that are presented to me all the time.

- Elevate

I entered the skills I wanted to develop, and the only sampling the app allowed me to access was the exact thing I did NOT wish to work on. Everything else requires purchase. I LOVED Mindsnacks and paid for several lessons, so I’m very disappointed at the loss of support as it was fantastic. I will not be buying Elevate.

- Information to consider.

You are required to provide them with email, age and names before starting the trail. Once you have done this, and proceed, then you are made aware that if you do not cancel you will automatically be billed 50 plus dollars a year, and there after for the program use. If you decided that this is a bit deceptive, or concerning, and then stop all forward movement with their product, by that point they have acquired your name and other info to either bother your with or sell to other interested parties.

- Misleading. This app is not free.

The app gets you past the assessment and account set-up points before it has you agreeing to a $53.99 charge. This is clearly meant to trap unobservant people. This app is not free, but merely a 14 trial for a very expensive app. Download at your discretion.

- Scam practices

Was charged for an year subscription automatically. Those are shady practices! I tried to contact the company for reimbursement but they did not reply to my email. Also the feedback button in the app does not work... This damages the credibility for other subscriptions apps. :)

- Pour tout les gens parlant français cette application n’est pas faite pour vous

Traduction française indisponible


I unsubscribed before the trial ended and I still got billed $61. I’m so upset!! I want my money back.

- Garbage app aimed at suckers

If you have seen an advert for this app you know what I mean when I say it’s aimed at idiots. It’s the equivalent of a fat person who wants to lose weight without going in a diet or having exercise. Ads, false claims , annoying adverts when I’m trying to watch YouTube or just exist in Facebook land. Stupid app,

- Subscription warning !

I agreed to a 7 day free trial fallowed by a monthly basis, instead I got billed for 1 year ! App would not allow me to send feedback, so here it is. F*ck you Elevate, that’s theft in my book. Otherwise I like the app...

- Negative Billing Fiasco!

Downloaded and went for the free trial. Didn’t even find time to actually try it. Turned off subscription with time to spare... but it somehow got turned back on?! Because I was charged for a year! Absolutely unacceptable underhanded practice. Reported it to Apple and thankfully got a refund, but it was stressful to me and still took time. I left official feedback with iTunes and am now doing so here as well. I want these people investigated and either reformed and stripped of their editor’s pick status or just outright removed. Do not try this app unless you are sure you want a subscription.

- Dishonest people run this app ! They steal from you if you are not paying attention!

I’ve purchased the app on May05, 2020. I had no option to pay monthly back then... So I did buy the anual plan... I was kind of enjoying the game... not really (it’ takes forever to bump levels, to purpose delay your progress and keep you there), but it was purchased for the year, might as well use it.. Today May 23rd, less than a month after my purchase, you are asking me to pay more in order to have access to the training that I paid for !!!! Today the app only gave access to half of what it usually provides... than gives me the option to pay more money monthly or annually to then “ unlock “ the app ! Insulting, dishonest and absurd are good adjectives for that type of procedure. I’m not only disappointed, but willing to take action against this abuse! If you don’t explain this to me and unlock the app I’ve paid for... I’ll find a way to get my money back from apple and I will do my best to let everyone on social media know about your tricky set up (aka: dirty scam...)

- Extremely unhappy

I downloaded this app and within a week they charged me $60 for a full year subscription without my approval. I tried to request a refund and was unable to and I feel like I was scammed. I don’t remember reading anything saying that I would be charged. Don’t recommend this app.

- Auto Renewal BS

Wanted to try the app during isolation so signed up for free trial. Of course, as I’m sure they hoped and planned, I forgot to cancel. I was charged automatically for a 1 year subscription- not a week- not a month - a full year. I asked for a refund and was told I had to got to Apple. Apple’s stupid support Bot told me I was eligible for a refund. This free trial-auto renewal stuff is a trap and needs to stop.

- SCAM! Not free, $53... ZERO stars!

Run screaming from this one. I can’t believe The App Store touts this as “editor’s choice!” Asks if after a 7-day trial you agree to $53 auto-charged to your Apply account, and then DOESN’T ALLOW YOU TO OPT OUT!! It also noted in small print that if I selected the “Sign up with Facebook” option, it would share my info. Gathering of personal info appears to the the main goal of this “game.”

- Tricked into buying

Call a finger mess, or not paying attention, it appears I bought this software as it “sort of” appeared on my tablet with a bill on my credit card... Not really attracted bu the software itself.

- took all of my money!

I had a card with over 50 bucks on it, and I was doing the week payment plan and I check a week later and it switched itself to the YEAR PLAN and I DONT have any money left! I am outraged!

- Not Transparent

I reviewed “Elevate”. and word was it was “free”. After I enrolled and provided a whole bunch of personal and private information , I waw told this was only a trail version and I would have to pay for the App. This is a egregious, fraudulent, misleading and misleading falsity. Shame on the proprietors of this App They are only digging for your personal information. Transparency , openness , truthfulness is essential . You are committing fraud !


Do not get if you don’t have a credit/debit card or PayPal, it won’t let you proceed with training because you need to type in your credit card # or PayPal account... I’m 13, I DONT HAVE STUFF LIKE THAT! I didn’t even get to training because this icon pops up and you ether push cancel and don’t get to go to training and even if you push the other button to the right and you don’t have credit card or PayPal, I pressed none and I went to the previous screen and then the same icon popped up!!

- Deceptive ads

Any app that has to use deception open the AppStore is one I will NEVER install.

- Do NOT download, SCAM PRACTICE

They will send you scam email telling you a will be charged an annual fee because free trial is over, the truth is that they tricked you that the only way to cancel is to go to the download link on app store, dirty and disgusting. Do NOT download.

- Is this a scam?

I have not used this app in years. Today I got an e-mail that I would be charged a yearly subscription if I did not click on a link. I click on the link and it takes me to the App Store to re-download the app.

- Fraud

This is a scammer app, they will chrage you without consent! Avoid this app

- Elevate

I just received an email saying my free subscription ends in two days, it says I will be charged an annual fee .It say if I wish to cancel “ click here”.After doing so I did not see any place to cancel. I better not be charged.

- Scam

Got email I was going to be charged for this app. Email directs you to the app work th. O where to cancel the app.

- Scam email

I have never downloaded this app. I just got an email saying my “free trial ends soon” and that I would be charged for this app. If I am charged, I will contact my local police Galt aid division.

- Carrie Rayat

My trial is about to expire. I have not used elevate. Please cancel Carrie Rayat

- Can’t delete subscription

I received an email saying they will start charging me. I deleted my account. I have no idea how they will charge me. I don’t know how to cancel subscription, I tried everything.

- Scam

This app is a scam, you won’t be able to unsubscribe and they will keep charging you!

- Sketchy marketing

Forcing me to download the app to confirm I never signed up in the first place, so why are you telling me I’m going to be charged? Very shady.

- Fake subscription

They emailed me today saying I have a subscription that will be renewed in 2 days, even though the last time I associated with this app was in 2014 and I didn't spend a dime

- Email

Received an email saying my free trial was ending and that I would be charged annually. Never signed up for a free trial. Link to cancel sends you to download app. Sketch

- This is a scam - Beware!

On July 27, 2022, Elevate emailed me saying my free trial was ending and I’d be charged in 2 days. I never signed up to Elevate’s services, and unfortunately do not know which other nefarious company they bought my email address from. I tried to go to their website to see if I could use the email address they contacted with “forgot password” in case this was a service I’d signed up for and forgotten about. But Brave browser refused to load their website because it’s not secure (first red flag) Next I downloaded the app to see if I could try the same there, and got the message that my email address was not a recognised username (second red flag). Lastly I went to their Facebook page where they admitted the “free trial ending” email was sent to people incorrectly, but most user comments on there reflected my experience - they had never signed up for Elevate and had no idea where the company got their email address. Beware.


I downloaded this app last week to give it a try. They say there is a free version to play, which appears to be the case for the first few days. They tried to get me to unlock the full version for a free trial which I DID NOT do. Today I get an email saying that my free trial is expiring in 2 days and I will then be charged for a year’s subscription unless I cancel, followed by a click “here” to cancel. I have searched everywhere on that page and nowhere do I see a way to cancel something I never signed up for in the first place!! From reading other reviews I can see that this is apparently common for this app. But I am no fool! I will report this if they do charge me. This is not legal!! Just wanted to warn others who may fall into the trap of somehow not seeing an email from them.

- HELP how do I cancel the fees

How do I cancel the yearly & monthly fees?

- Scam

Got sent an email notifying me that I would be charged for an annual membership in a few days even though I’ve never opted for a free trial or downloaded the app? Link to cancel forces you to download the app and go through setting it up. From reading some reviews on here it seems like they are all about scamming people out of their money. Shameful.

- DO NOT CHARGE ME FOR THIS. I don’t know what it is and I didn’t sign up

All of the sudden I just received something in my email telling me that I am supposed to be paying some money in a few days for something that I have no idea even what it is. Do not charge me for this I do not want it there is no way to cancel I have been trying I cannot get a hold of you people if anybody else is reading this get the hell out of here because this is some kind of fraud or scam.

- How do I unsubscribe??

Apparently my free trial has ended? I don’t even remember subscribing because when I tried to play, I wasn’t allowed access to more than a couple puzzles. Either way, if I’m set to automatically renew for whatever reason (a scam?) please unsubscribe me.

- Charging for subscription?

I used this app years ago but haven’t used it in a long time. I just received an email stating that my free trial ends soon and I will be charged, but I can’t figure out how to cancel within the app - it only says I can start a free trial. Very disappointing.

- Unethical business practice

I trialed this game a year ago and never subscribed. Today I received an email stating that my “trial” was ending and that I would be charged. I clicked on the link to ensure that I was not subscribed and was taken to the App Store to download the game. I will not be paying for this service.

- How do I cancel

I got an email saying they’re going to charge me and if I want to cancel, I have to do it now. I can’t find any subscriptions in my iTunes or Apple ID so how do I cancel?

- Beware!!

Got auto signed up for a year! And I don’t even remember agreeing to do so. I haven’t been charged yet but was given a notification that I will be charged in 2 days. Not cool!!!

- How do I cancel this

I got an email saying that you were going to charge me on July 19 for a year membership - it says that if you want to cancel, click on this link - which takes you to this page and then doesn’t give you any option to cancel!!! I don’t want this - please don’t charge me for it!!!!

- Warning App wants to charge you for a year

I downloaded this app some time ago and deleted it after one try. I made sure I was unsubscribed as far as my apple subscriptions attached to my appleID. Thought I was done with this but just got a ‘warning’ that in two days I will be charged a year - click ‘here’ to unsubscribe and a link to Download the App. I honestly haven’t touched the app in months so there is no way that my ‘free trial’ is just now expiring but their system wants to charge me anyway? Quite annoyed at this.

- App signed me up for a free trial without my consent

I had never previously used this app, though today I received an email from them saying my free trial is about to expire and I will be charged for an annual subscription in a few days. I have emailed them back but have not heard from them. Very concerned with the whole situation, I do not want my money stolen from an app I’ve never downloaded before.

- Scammers

Got an email stating my free trial will end in two days and I will be charged an annual fee. While I had downloaded this app once before to check it out, I never actually had a free trial activated. I spend half an hour trying to find out if this is real, downloaded the app again only to see there is no subscription. Found their social media, message them to ask who should I contact and then saw a post that says this email was sent by mistake. All they wanted was for people to download the app and engage with their social media. What a pathetic way to get downloads…

- Scamm

Got an email saying my free trial is abt to expire. Never did I sight up for this

- Scam or bug

I received an email my free trial is expiring and I would be charged an annual subscription. It’s been so long since I used the app I didn’t even know what it was, let alone remember my login. I definitely have not used it in the last 7 or 30 days, however long their free trial lasts. I know I haven’t even used it in the last year. Elevate won’t send me a password reset link so I can login and cancel any subscription they allege I currently have.

- subscription charges when I never used a free trial

I deleted the app after I downloaded but never used and suddenly keep getting emails about "an annual subscription after a free trial I checked my subscriptions and it says there is no subscription!!!! IM ALREADY FINANCIALLY SCREWED AND CANT AFFFORD ANY UNNECESSARY CHARGES!!! THIS BETTER NOT BE A SCAM FROM JUST SIMPLY DOWNLOADING THE APP!!!

- scam

I haven't even signed up for the free trial but now it’s saying i’m going to be charged for an annual membership !!

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Elevate - Brain Training (Version 5.79.0) Install & Download

The applications Elevate - Brain Training was published in the category Education on 2014-05-22 and was developed by Elevate, Inc. [Developer ID: 875063459]. This application file size is 223.06 MB. Elevate - Brain Training - Education app posted on 2023-01-09 current version is 5.79.0 and works well on IOS 13.0 and high versions. Google Play ID: com.elevateapp.elevate