Description

The ReSound Smart™ app is compatible with the following hearing aids:
ReSound LiNX²™ 9/7/5, ReSound LiNX™ 9/7, ReSound LiNX TS™ 9/7, ReSound ENZO²™ 9/7/5, ReSound ENZO™ 9/7, ReSound UP Smart™ 9/7/5 hearing aids.

For the latest update on compatible mobile devices, please go to www.resound.com/compatibility.

The ReSound Smart™ app enables you to control and personalize your hearing experience – intuitively and discretely.

It is the first hearing aid app with a direct connection between your ReSound MFi hearing aids and your iPhone®, iPad® or iPod touch®.

Use the ReSound Smart™ app to:
• Adjust volume settings on your hearing aids
• Mute your hearing aids
• Adjust volume of your ReSound streaming accessory separately
• Adjust speech focus as well as comfort in noise and wind with Sound Enhancer (for selected programs in ReSound LiNX² 9 and ENZO² 9 only)
• Change manual and streamer programs
• Edit and personalize program names
• Adjust treble and bass to your preferences
• Save your preferred settings as a Favorite – with or without tagging to a location
• Battery and connection status
• Get inspiration and personalized information about your hearing aid
• Help locate lost or misplaced hearing aids
• Tinnitus manager: Adjustment of sound variation and frequency of the Tinnitus Sound Generator. Selection of Nature Sounds. (Features available in ReSound LiNX² and ENZO² if enabled by your hearing care professional).

For more information and help please visit www.resound.com/smartapp

Privacy policy
Please view our privacy policy in the link provided:
www.resound.com/privacy-policy

Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

What's New

Version 3.5.2

Minor bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3 out of 5

203 Ratings

203 Ratings

Connectivity Loss

lindymck

I have used this program for nine months to connect my hearing aids to my iPhone and have been able to stream music, listen to audible books and use the phone. The sound is decent – nothing an audiophile would write home about – but very convenient and I love being able to listen to music when those around me don't even know! Then a few days ago my hearing aids stopped connecting. I am not running a different iOS version; I have paired it several times and it still will not play even though it shows it is connected through the accessibility option on the iPhone – but the ReSound app will not connect – very frustrating after having it work so well for nine months. One other big issue is how difficult it makes it to use my Bluetooth in my car – when my hearing aids were working – they competed with playing music using my Bluetooth sound system in the car. I hope these app developers keep working on improving this app – it has great potential – but I will look at other brands when I upgrade my hearing aids to see if their Bluetooth connectivity/reliability is any better.

Hearing Aid finder works

flywheeler18

I have used the app primarily for adjusting my recently purchased hearing aid settings and switching programs including streaming from TV. But today I lost my hearing aid on the golf course but found it with the help of the app's finder. It truly was like finding a needle in a haystack. After I realized I lost my right hearing aid, I got back in a cart and tried to retrace my movements while playing. I did not keep the app open when I did that, so when I finished without finding the hearing aid, I thought it was gone. But when I went back to Costco to file a lost claim, the hearing aid tech suggested we look at the app again and sure enough, it noted that an hour ago (when I was on the course looking) the hearing aid was near the 6th hole green. So I went back and sure enough the app worked like a digital geiger counter and I found the missing aid in about 5 minutes. Amazing that I found it! Even if you don't like other aspects of the app, it is well worth it for the "finder."

High Potential, User Interface not Intuitive

DoogieBo

This app has so much potential, but it is missing in the implementation. Obviously, the features like volume control, base and treble, and potentially the sound enhancer, are great features to provide in an app that pairs with the hearing aids by Bluetooth. That's a gimme. BUT, trying to find the features is infuriating! Beyond the volume controls, finding the other settings defies logic. Makes me wonder if the developers spent any time with users to see them hunting for the features! If you have to explain it over and over, it needs to be changed! If I want to adjust the bass and treble, or enhance the sound, or adjust for wind noise, etc. it should all be right there in the menu. Instead, some features are found (or can't be found) in places that one can only guess at. Totally illogical and, apparently, random navigation. You guys surely can do better. Spend some time with a new user, and don't tell them how it works WATCH them struggle to find stuff, and fix it! Don't expect them to adjust to YOUR "logic". Almost unusable beyond basic volume control. Totally illogical navigation!

Information

Seller
GN Resound A/S
Size
158.2 MB
Category
Medical
Compatibility
Requires iOS 8.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2018, GN ReSound A/S
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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