The Signia myHearing App.
Now you can experience more than the best available technology with your Signia hearing aids. You can also enjoy the gold standard in support thanks to our revolutionary myHearing™ App, developed by our audiology experts. The app helps you become an experienced hearing aid wearer in as little time as possible.
The app provides you with all the support tools you and your hearing care professional need to guide you through a successful hearing aid trial: guided assistance, personal progress monitoring, and CareChat™ communication channels to talk to your hearing care professional wherever you or they might be.Learn more about myHearing App
easyTek App. More discretion, more convenience, more possibilities.
The easyTek™ App gives the easyTek even more functionality while adding the element of discretion.
Even exceeding the easyTek in features, the easyTek App lets you see the status of your hearing aids on your smartphone’s screen, stream sound from audio sources, or use it as a remote control. And because you can make all adjustments with your smartphone, changing your hearing aid settings simply looks like you’re checking a text message.
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touchControl App. Complete discretion in the palm of your hands.
Turn your smartphone into a discreet remote control for your hearing aids. The touchControl™ App lets you enjoy a high level of handling comfort right at your fingertips.
Change hearing programs and adjust the volume, bass, and treble to suit your needs. All you need is a smartphone.
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Hearing Test App: Helps you determine whether you have hearing loss.
The Hearing Test was created by our audiology experts to help you determine whether you 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 you can use it reliably no matter what language you’re most comfortable with.
The Hearing Test examines how well you 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.