Tinnitus Therapy Pro

4.1
181 reviews
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PEGI 3
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About this app

Stop the ringing in your ears with this groundbreaking proven 'notch therapy' treatment.

- How does it work?
First, we identify your 'tinnitus frequency', then we play what is called 'pink noise' with your tinnitus frequency filtered out. Listening to this every day can improve your tinnitus symptoms by forcing your ears to adjust for the missing frequency.

- Really?
Yes, really. The science behind this new type of tinnitus treatment is backed by years of PhD research. You can read this research at our website (link at the bottom of this page).

- Why get this app?
Unlike similar software available out there, I do not charge a monthly fee, nor impose any restrictions or time-limited trials on the app. I'll also be updating and improving the app as the community learns more about how to improve the therapy.

- How to prove it's filtering out frequencies?
To see what the app is doing when it's running, you could use a spectrum analyzer app to 'see' the noise being filtered to your chosen frequency range.

Here's wishing you good hearing health.
Updated on
Mar 7, 2022

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4.1
181 reviews
Philippe De Smedt
June 1, 2020
Easy to use, and it does seem to work. Could be imagination but if so, who cares? Tips: frequency slider is way too sensitive, while the arrows are too slow. suggest increments of 100hz. Last screen: the checkbox is white when activated (which suggests it's off, not on. that's why some people complain it doesn't turn off.)
4 people found this review helpful
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spikything.com
June 1, 2020
Thanks for the feedback. The treatment is indeed based on peer-reviewed research and seems to work for at least 90% of people. I'll work on the frequency slider. Actually, people were complaining the app shuts down in the background, which is Android's 'helpful' battery saver :)
John Foster
July 25, 2020
I "discovered" a slight tinnitus in my right ear during my morning meditation. Since I was completely unaware of this "condition", I would tune into it during meditation and forget about it completely the rest of the time. One day I decided to look up "ringing in the ears" and discovered tinnitus. Funny how naming something can give it more power over your life. Regardless, I began noticing it more and more over the next several days. Luckily, I found this app! It has again become a non-issue.
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spikything.com
July 25, 2020
That's great news, thanks. Yes, more or less the same for me. I was fine until I attuned to my tinnitus frequency (very high pitch, around 8kHz). After being let down by doctors, I did my own research and created this app based on that research. Spread the word - carefully :)
Nigel's Plan B
January 11, 2022
Long Covid left me with 24hr high frequency tinnitus. As a musician, this was life changing. I found this app whilst dodging expensive subscriptions and thought to give it a go. First use blocked out the ringing and gave mea most welcome break. Immediately afterwards I could barely notice it. It comes back eventually but a quick burst on the app and I'm good to go. This really worked for me and I'm so happy! Thanks to the Dev! Notes: could use a slicker UI designed for larger screens ;)
7 people found this review helpful
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spikything.com
January 11, 2022
Thanks, that's great news. I'm saving up for one of those bigger screens ;)

What's new

- Added more multilingual support
- Other minor updates