Vivity Labs launches Fit Brains training app for kids

Vancouver-based tech firm Vivity Labs, creators of the successful app Fit Brains, launched a kid-friendly version of its popular app on August 26.
Fit Brains: Sparky's Adventures app by Vivity Labs

Vancouver-based tech firm Vivity Labs, creators of the successful app Fit Brains, launched a kid-friendly version of its popular app on August 26.

Fit Brains: Sparky’s Adventures, an app geared towards toddlers and young children, offers more than 200 training modules aimed at developing a child’s memory, concentration, visual, speed and problem solving abilities.

The app also comes with a parent’s panel – an option that allows parents to their child is progressing through the modules and to compare their child’s results to others of the same age. 

Vivity Labs launched Fit Brains in December 2012. Since, the app has been downloaded more than 3.5 million times and reached top spot in the iTunes education channel.

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