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Mind Games Pro App. Free on Play Store
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Mind Games Pro App. Free on Play Store

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Posted 19th Feb

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Exercise Your Brain! This is the unlimited, ad-free, version of the hit brain training app. Mind Games is a great collection of games based in part on principles derived from cognitive tasks to help you practice different mental skills. This app includes all of Mindware’s brain exercising games. All games include your score history and graphs of your progress. The main app shows a summary of your best games and today’s scores on all games. Using some principles of standardized testing, your scores are also converted to a comparison scale so that you can see where you need work and excel. The Training Center selects games for you to play in order to maximize your progress and enjoyment.
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Since reading in a cyber security book that third party apps(one made by scammers) come with malwares attached to it and warning by tech firms to download only trusted apps, I haven't downloaded anything despite being tempted by offers like this one as I don't know the app publisher.
Edited by: "1ks" 19th Feb
1ks19/02/2020 07:11

Since reading in a cyber security book that third party apps(one made by …Since reading in a cyber security book that third party apps(one made by scammers) come with malwares attached to it and warning by tech firms to download only trusted apps, I haven't downloaded anything despite being tempted by offers like this one as I don't know the app publisher.


Surely if it's on the Google play store it is safe no? It's not like you're manually installing an apk from an untrusted source?
Add_to_Basket19/02/2020 07:32

Surely if it's on the Google play store it is safe no? It's not like …Surely if it's on the Google play store it is safe no? It's not like you're manually installing an apk from an untrusted source?


I doubt their checks are super rigorous, if someone wants to get something dodgey through I'm sure they could
It's not that they have malware, Google does a... Decent... Job at preventing that. Its that they collect your personal data most of the time

Your data is worth just a few quid per quarter, multiply that by a few million or billion and you've got companies like Facebook or alphabet (Google) that make billions out of creating advertising profiles
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NotMarki19/02/2020 07:53

I doubt their checks are super rigorous, if someone wants to get something …I doubt their checks are super rigorous, if someone wants to get something dodgey through I'm sure they could


Lol not like apple store is it, with their apps that only work if you have the latest version
Allways free lol
cold get at most offices without installing any app at all ...
Edited by: "afroylnt" 19th Feb
Great find.
Add_to_Basket19/02/2020 07:32

Surely if it's on the Google play store it is safe no? It's not like …Surely if it's on the Google play store it is safe no? It's not like you're manually installing an apk from an untrusted source?


The automated tests performed by Google Play are generally pretty good at finding and blocking apps containing malware. However, pretty good isn't perfect, Google Play hosts a shade under 3 million apps and, at any one time, 100-200 apps containing malware are available for download. Most of those hit the user with adware but a few are designed to harvest banking app login details. The chances of falling foul of these are slim, but real.
Edited by: "Bullfrog" 19th Feb
Most modern android devices also ship with Google play protect which is continually checking your installed apps for dodgy behaviour. I think the most important thing is checking app permissions and not allowing any permissions if you don't know a legitimate reason why the app is requesting it. The apps are essentially sandboxed on the device. This particular app doesn't appear to have access to the file system or anything suspicious, just internet access which I'm assuming must be for downloading content
Free? I've had Mind Games for nothing for the past 15 years, on my Fiancee v1.0 operating system
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