BrainyApp was originally released for iPhone and iPad in November 2011 and fast hit number one in the Australian App Store, with 41,000 downloads in just 48 hours.
The app is intended to help people reduce their risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, and demand continues to grow.
Ita Buttrose, National President of Alzheimer’s Australia, said Android users were keen to get a hold of the app.
"It is extremely encouraging to see that so many people want to make active lifestyle changes to reduce their risk of developing dementia.
“We have had enquiries from people and other Alzheimer’s associations from around the world including The Netherlands, South Africa, Mexico and Iceland, wanting to know when the Android version will be available.