Last November, when Alzheimer’s Australia released BrainyApp, an app designed to measure and improve your brain health, the organisation said it was considering releasing an Android version. Eight months later, it’s here. Like the original, it’s a free download with a range of assessment tasks and exercises to improve your mental agility. Definitely worth grabbing. [BrainyApp]
BrainyApp Brain Health App Comes To Android
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