UN Award

Grand Prize

450K+ Global


Research with Harvard

is when children develop life-long learning skills.

of DoBrain users reported visible improvements.

Carefully crafted by experts with 20+ years experience in child development.

500+ lessons for children to learn with stories and animations

Puzzles, quizzes and games to improve

8 foundational

learning skills.

Monitor your child’s progress from a dashboard within the app.

Some of Our Partners

"Every child is special and has potentials that should be discovered. DoBrain dream of every children cherishing this opportunity."

-Yejin Choi, DoBrain Founder

How do I subscribe?

Press the SUBSCRIBE button on the upper right corner of the Home Screen within the DoBrain app to find pricing and subscription information.

Frequently Asked Questions

How is DoBrain different than other options?

DoBrain is the only learning program available for 3-7 year olds that has been clinically validated for its effects. We pride ourselves in having carefully curated decades of teaching experience into an app, and we're constantly working to improve self-motivated learning for our little users.

What research are you doing with Harvard?

Harvard's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) and Massachusetts General Hospital are carrying out research with DoBrain between 2019-2022 to validate the effects of DoBrain on cognition improvement for children in the US. The intention is to use the results as part of our FDA approval process.

Is DoBrain FDA-approved?

We demand only the highest standard of content for our users, and hope to be FDA approved by 2022. A pre-submission application was filed with the FDA in late 2020. Currently, there is an Emergency Use Authorization by the FDA to offer DoBrain as a medical device due to COVID-19.

Is DoBrain accessible to neurodiverse children?

DoBrain has been tested with children who have borderline developmental delay due to autism, intellectual disability, ADHD, cerebral palsy, and others with positive results.

What does a typical lesson look like?

Each lesson is about 15 minutes long, and is composed of animated stories with carefully designed problem-solving activities. On average, a student will solve 10~15 problems in one lesson.

Should my child use the app alone?

The app does not require the parent to be present. For best results, keep an eye out for our reports provided after every 7 sessions and upon completion of each milestone (28 sessions). Don't forget to ask your child what he or she learned with DoBrain every day!