Accelerate your child’s learning

Lasting impact


One-and-done training

The most proven tool for attention and learning

Game-like exercises for your child, rooted in neuroscience

Complete Nuroe once, get lasting impact

An app for parents to serve the Nuroe training and keep track of progress

Nuroe boosts the most important skills in just 10 weeks...

...which improves academic performance across school subjects 1

Better attention

Improvement equivalent to 1 extra year of brain growth

Improved learning

Improvement equivalent to 1 extra school year of studies

Compounding effects

Improvements are lasting and keep growing over time

How we know this

Don’t just take our words for it
— hear what of our users say

As parents, we struggle to limit our kids’ screen time. Nuroe has proven to be invaluable in nurturing their learning and concentration skills. We couldn't be more satisfied.

Anna Nordlander
parent to an 8 and a 5 year old

Nuroe truly distinguishes itself from other kids' apps. I can almost see my daughter’s brain cells sweating. It presents challenges that she finds both stimulating and enjoyable.

Christian Falk Dahl
parent to a 9 year old

My son remarked, 'I'm absorbing so much more in school lately,' after just a few weeks with Nuroe. It's truly remarkable. I'm amazed at the difference it's making.

Caroline Bahrton
parent to a 15 year old


How does Nuroe work?

Nuroe targets the brain’s executive functions: attentional control and working memory. By enhancing attentional control, children can sustain focus on tasks for longer durations while filtering out distractions. This facilitates academic learning, and over time academic performance. 1, 2

Is Nuroe research-based?

Yes - Nuroe is based on independent academic research conducted at several universities around the world. The seminal study 3 was conducted in Sweden by Torkel Klingberg, a renowned Professor in Cognitive Neuroscience at the Karolinska Institute, and his findings have since been corroborated in numerous studies. 1, 2, 4 Professor Klingberg continues to contribute his expertise to the Nuroe Team as our Chief Science Officer.

Who is Nuroe for?

Nuroe exercises are tailored for school-aged children who possess basic numeracy and literacy skills. This developmental stage aligns with the peak of neuroplasticity in the brain, optimizing the effectiveness of the Nuroe training.

How much does Nuroe cost?

You pay for one month at a time as long as you and your child need to complete the Nuroe training. First 3 days are free, then it costs $19.99 / 199 SEK per month – that’s less than the cost of a latte a week for the most proven tool to improve attention and learning.

What do the Nuroe exercises look like?

Nuroe features various game-like exercises meticulously designed to expand the brain’s limited capacity for attentional control. The exercises challenge individuals to increase the number of pieces of information they can keep in their minds at any one time.

How long is the Nuroe training?

Nuroe is one-and-done, where completing the entire program yields substantial and enduring effects. The program comprises 40 training sessions, each lasting about 15 minutes. Based on research, the recommended training frequency is 3 to 5 sessions per week. Completing the full program typically spans 8 to 13 weeks.

How can I track the effects of Nuroe?

We have developed the Nuroe score, which is based on a large study (5) involving training data from 1 300 users. The Nuroe score is adjusted for age and indicates the level of progress your child has achieved through the training.

Who is the team behind Nuroe?

Nuroe is created by a team of neuroscience experts, researchers, and game developers based in Stockholm. Our collective expertise ensures the efficacy and quality of the Nuroe program.

Research articles featuring Nuroe

1. Berger, E. M., et al. (2020). The impact of working memory training on children’s cognitive and noncognitive skills. In: SSRN

2. Judd, N., & Klingberg, T. (2021). Training spatial cognition enhances mathematical learning in a randomized study of 17,000 children. Nature Human Behaviour, 5

3. Olesen, P. J., Westerberg, H., & Klingberg, T. (2004). Increased prefrontal and parietal activity after training of working memory. Nature neuroscience, 7

4. Bergman-Nutley, S., & Klingberg, T. (2014). Effect of working memory training on working memory, arithmetic and following instructions. Psychological research, 78

5. Ericson, J., & Klingberg, T. (2023). A dual-process model for cognitive training. Npj science of learning, 8