Great app Works fine on h850 (G4) with Audeo V90. I suggest option to disable/enable telecoil when put regular headphones. Another suggestion is set timeout in seconds when will from bluetooth to audio sense switch. There are situation when you switch often but want to stay on bluetooth when no sound is affected.
This app lets me raise volumes to both ears individually, which i really needed. My right ear is worse so i raise the volume. And from the phone it is simple. The only issue i have is the bluetooth will cut out at times she listening to videos. But might have something to do with air 2 location.
I had the Siemens for some time. Their app is way better. One of the features missing is the possibility to adjust the hearing aids using the phone without a streamer. Siemens uses tones from the phone. Quite an old technique but efficient and no need for a remote control that easily gets lost. With a phone app you just install the app on the new phone when your phone get lost. Gert
I cried It took me 4 days to get used to them being in my ears and the Bluetooth. I took my right (weak) ear out and it felt as if I where deaf. I have what the doctor explain to me as being and extremely severe case of tendonitis. It also took a few days as long as I'm wearing my hearing aids that high pitch ringing is gone. It is completely unreal I could have never in my wildest dreams hope to even get half the noise out of my wars let alone 100%
The app is rubbish, if battery gets low you are told you have to re-pair the device with the app even though its already connected (and possible to stream) The app then suggested i upgrade the app to the latest version despite there not being an update. That said once its working the compilot itself work very well, sound quality is actually excellent, its just a pity the app is poor. HTC 10
Despite repeated attempts, as well as reloading app from different sources into Galaxy S5, simply would not pair, reporting internal issue with compilot air II. Now revised from one to (now) three stars. It turns out that provider apparently did not install the required hearing profile into the air II, which was the missing info required for the app to link and function. After a visit to the provider, I can now report that the app does pair up and function, but in my case, it's functions are pretty limited. The pros; individual ear volume control, as well as streamer volume. The cons; very scant operating instructions, also when the HA's are set to automatic, most of the other functions are disabled. So unless I'm missing something hidden, it's not a world changing app.
- new language (KR)
- Improved performance
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