Hearing aid apps make hearing aid functions easier to access, giving users the confidence of having convenient control at all times. Patients can discreetly switch programs or change volume levels by simply tapping their smartphone, or give a speaker a microphone to make sure they don’t miss a word.
easyTek App provides control with a swipe of a finger.
The easyTek™ App* lets users control their hearing aids quickly and conveniently. It is free to download from the Google Play Store™ or Apple App Store®.
The versatile easyTek App.
Users can change hearing programs, volume, directionality, tinnitus settings, and SoundBalance™ using this convenient app. They can also check their hearing aids’ battery status.
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touchControl App. A touch is all it takes.
Compatible with all primax devices, the touchControl™ App allows users to discreetly control their hearing aids from their Android™ or iOS® smartphone without the need for any additional hardware. The app, which lets users change hearing programs and adjust the volume, is free to download from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store.
Now also available in the touchControl App, the Spatial Configurator function is used to adjust the span and focus of the directional microphones, allowing users to easily concentrate on their preferred sound source. Simply enabled during setup, the function is compatible with most 7px and 5px hearing aids*.
* Bilateral fitting, TwinMic and e2e wireless 3.0 required.
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Hearing Test App. Helps patients determine whether they have hearing loss.
The Hearing Test was created by our audiology experts to help your patients determine whether they have hearing loss. This application has been scientifically developed and carefully tested to ensure the most precise results possible.
In addition, the test is completely independent of language, so your patients can use it reliably no matter what language you’re most comfortable with.
The Hearing Test examines how well your clients can detect words in background noise. This is based on the knowledge that individuals with hearing loss have greater difficulty understanding speech in noisy environments, such as restaurants or subway stations.