Vivity Labs relaunchs FitBrains.com

Posted by Rob Lewis

Vancouver's Vivity Labs launched a complete redesign of online brain game site FitBrains.com today. The new site has a more user-friendly look & feel and new features and tools for both free users and premium members.

On the free side, Fit Brains now includes 15 games with one being added every month from here on out. The free site also now offers basic circuit training so that visitors can get a structured brain workout and a taste of what the premium version entails. Another nice touch is letting non-paying visitors participate in daily and weekly leaderboards.

Premium members activity on the new site is focused on enhanced circuits while rewarding in-game activity with trophies and awards:

For our Premium Members, we've added new circuits, and expanded the features of our Training section to provide a more detailed and relevant brain training experience. Brain Circuits are designed to be played for 10-20 minutes a day. These circuits guide you through a complete set of brain health activities while tracking your progress. Choose from a variety of Targeted Trainers and Cross-trainers with durations ranging from 3 days to 1 month.

Not sure if Fit Brains is for you, check out their new Brain Lifestyle Quiz - it's designed to help you learn more about your own brain health.

FitBrains.com is #18 on this month's PEER 1 Vancouver Startup Index.

Company:
Vivity Labs
Website:
http://www.vivitylabs.com
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Vivity Labs is a company focused on delivering unique and entertaining brain fitness products. Our first product is Fit Brains, an online platform (www.fitbrains.com) featuring fun and engaging games that exercise the five key cognitive areas of the brain. The games offer a variety of activities that help users of all ages maximize and round-out brain skills in an entertaining fashion. The games are tightly... more


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Rob Lewis

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