5 Phone Apps to Boost Your Brain!

by , 09/06/10

green app, smartphone app, brain power, boost brain power, green technology, smartphone, iphone, blackberry

Is texting, twittering and surfing the web on your cell-phone making you stupid? Quite possibly, according to journalist Nicholas Carr, and a whole host of other articles that have been published this year about the deleterious effects of communicating in 40 character bites of information. So, how so we put the ‘smart’ back into ‘smart phone’ and put those devices to work for your brain? Instead of spending all of your smartphone time texting and twittering, it’s worth checking out some other cool apps you can use on phones that can help you exercise those neurons. If you’re a person who understands the importance of keeping your mind sharp through mental exercise, then you’ll love our latest round-up featuring five awesome apps geared at boosting brainpower. From Sodoku to Wiki Hunt, to a even few sessions with Dr. Kawashima, we guarantee you’ll find more than a few exercises that’ll make your brain sweat!


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  1. owen66 September 7, 2010 at 1:21 pm

    “wasting time and energy is not “green design”.”

    no design is as sustainable as reuse, so to that end, we prob dont need all these blasted web servers either. go to the extreme, we should all move back to urban centers and ride bikes or at least use mass transit. and in light of that ideal, i dont think publishing an article about mobile games is that big of a deal.

  2. metis September 7, 2010 at 1:02 pm

    i’d thought that these had been shown to not actually improve brain function. wasting time and energy is not “green design”.

    this blog used to be about sustainable design, not free advertising for things to waste energy.

  3. owen66 September 7, 2010 at 7:14 am

    “5 iPhone Apps to Boost Your Brain!”

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