I have the same complaints as others--no streaming, poor connectivity, etc. It's most frustrating that Starkey appears to have mostly abandoned Android users. This app hasn't been updated in almost a year. I'm considering replacing my phone with a Pixel 3, but it's not listed as one of their compatible phones, so can't tell whether or not it will work. And I really don't want an iphone. I wonder if there are other brands of hearing aids that have better support?
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I use Tru Link to adjust my hearing as it changes while moving around in different environments. in noisy restaurants I'll turn them up so I can hear conversations. i can also turn them down when it's not necessary to have them cranked up to hear. The Tinnitus feature has helped the ringing in my ears and frankly having complete control over my hearing aids is optimal! I love my Starkey A 4s and Tru Link just makes them that much better!
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Update 12/2019: the Beta and the regular app are now completely worthless to me. The beta will connect to my right hearing aid, but not the left, and vice versa on the regular app. Phone pairs with hearing aids just fine, and maintains connection. It's the apps. The app won't connect to my hearing aids most of the time. I can't use my tinitus feature because I can only turn it on from the app. Starkey isn't working on the Android app, and I don't use Apple products. No more Starkey for me.
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