I like this app as I can use it any time I need it. I had been using a different app that had the same features. However, the free version didn't allow me to use my other apps. The sound would always stop. I am thankful that this is much more user friendly and that it is free. I use this app whenever my tinnitus increases beyond sanity in order to mask it. It does work. The only thing is the sleep timer. It should permit much more than 120 minutes. 4 hour intervals were recommended to me. Since I use this mainly as I sleep I want to be able to shut off automatically at 4 and not 2 hours. Appreciate any help with that if possible - why 4 and not 5 stars
Best Relaxation/Tinnitus I've Found Yet! Aside for not immediately realizing I had to swipe to change sound libraries it's really an elegant little app. They should really charge a buck or two but don't. I suffer tinnitus and this relaxes me and let's me nap or sleep. Earbuds work best but take a little getting use to.
Breaking Up App worked fine for one night. Now it has glitches every few seconds. Too bad.
For those who don't know, this is a high-end sound machine. I have three very expensive stand-alone sound machines that use various means to adjust the intensity of the sound emitted. This Starkey app works MUCH BETTER because I am able to adjust the sounds to the level of tinnitus (loud ringing) in my ears, suffered due to combat (lots of grenades, 50 cal, shotguns, M16, M60, etc.) Give this app a try, what the heck, it is FREE!. Play around with the sound adjustment (bass, treble, volume). Adjust it to where it masks the tinnitus sound in your ears, or to simply use as a therapeutic sound machine. (Works best with head or ear phones.) Sounds include white noise, bells/chime, xylophone, guitar, rain, ocean surf (my favorite), stream brook, storm with lightning, Amazon forest, jungle, electric fan, fireplace. Try em all to see what you like. Bonus Tip: The app can stay on in the background so that if you use other parts of the phone (e-mail, etc.) you don't lose the sound therapy. To turn off the sound simply open the Relax App and press the universal symbol for "Stop", the square in the middle of the screen. To restart press the play symbol.
This app is great Suffered with tinnitus for over 30 years. It's so much better than my sound machines that are not customizable. You can find the right bass depth to mask the ringing.
Great app Just got back from a Nickelback show and my ears were ringing something fierce. I plugged in my headphones and turned this app on and within minutes my ears were feeling better!
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Minor bug fixes.
T2 Remote allows users to control their hearing aids through their phone.
Hear Coach - listening games to challenge your cognitive and auditory sharpness.
SoundCheck helps you check your hearing and that of your family and friends.
Listen Carefully helps you check the hearing of you and your family and friends.
The official app of the 2016 Starkey Expo hosted by Starkey Hearing Technologies