The Elevate App

What’s a great way to jolt your brain after a long time of play? Elevate. What’s a better way to improve your ability to think on the spot? Elevate. Elevate is an app both Android and iPhone users can use to enhance the functioning of their brains. It helps in giving the brain the needed amount of exercise.

This app is especially good for anyone. The brain requires this sort of exercise to stay fit and focused. With the different app sessions in reading, writing, speaking, listening, and problem-solving, your brain is aided to work itself out. The brain functions better and processes situations faster than it used to.


If you’re a nerd like me, it’s even more exciting pushing limits and proving to yourself a few activities are beneath you. Besides, you know all those times it seems like there’s nothing to do with your phone except play music or watch movies or even go through the pictures in your gallery.

I am referring to the days when your data is exhausted, days when there’s no one to chat with, and days when you want to do something profiting, something worthwhile.

The Elevate app is the best thing to use on such days. It is really good and dares you to do more, pace yourself more, think faster, and even read faster. The good thing is unlike some apps, it doesn’t require data to play every day unless you want higher levels but to help you stay consistent and connected, there are daily tasks given and they can be played at any time.

Another awesome thing about is “it is new every morning”. There’s always a new task and no matter how many times you try, you get different questions each time.


If you are a lover of knowledge, this is also a great avenue for learning. You can learn to set goals and smash them. Let the drive to be sharp and exceptional be enough to make you try this out. It is fun.

So, if you have a job that requires you to use your brain more than any other part of your body, or may have just figured that you need to teach or have really brain tasking exams or tests, quickly download the app for free at iPhone’s App Store.

Stephanie Mbuba
Stephanie is an editor, writer who loves to read and learn new things. She is dedicated and goal-oriented and greatly interested in helping people cultivate good communication skills.
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