Your memory, especially short term memory, can be affected by normal aging, and different aspects of your memory typically "peak" at different ages, with cognitive processing skills, learning, and remembering names peaking as early as your late teens and early twenties. In addition to aging, other external forces- such as stress, depression and insomnia- can all affect our memory. We all have different innate memory abilities; set points from which we start that are based on genetics and the environments to which we've been exposed. But regardless of where we start, nearly all can benefit from an enhanced memory.
Spatial Memory Training consists of recording information about your environment and its spatial orientation, such as remembering paths and routes, and helps us find our way back from new locations when driving or walking. This can be simulated and trained using spatial training games in which you must remember and retrace a path using memory "landmarks."
Pattern Memory games train spatial recall, which includes memory of visual patterns and locations of objects. These brain skills can help you remember things like where you left your keys or parked your car. N-Back Training is derived from the N-Back assessment test that, since introduced in 1958, has been used to measure a part of working memory. A series of studies, staring in 2008 have shown that N-Back training can increase fluid intelligence and may also improve working memory.
Use: For best results - play Pear Sharp at least 4 times a week for 12 weeks. Studies with similar apps show that the more and longer you play, the faster your memory will improve for games as well as related real life tasks.