Disappointing. There is a standard disclaimer Starkey posts about how they are working to provide the telephone and music features to Android users their iPhone app has provided for years. Calling your bluff, Starkey: after at least three years, you are still trotting out that same disclaimer, word for word. Other manufacturers have figured out how to provide Bluetooth audio. What's the holdup? My take is that Starkey is coasting on its iPhone compatibility while committing minimal-to-zero resources to providing long-promised iPhone-type features to Android users.
I paid extra for my hearing aids because I was interested in the streaming feature. I am now finding out it cannot be done for android. My audiologist said the feature was compatible with my phone, she even checked my actual phone. I will definitely be asking for that money back!
I like the fact that I can increase the mic level to hear better or sounds that are softer. However the value of Starkey hearing aids and the application would increase exponentially given the ability to stream phone calls as well as music. My audiologist says she's been told for the past 2 to 3 years it's coming. Can you please give me/us a better idea of when this option may/will be available? Thank you
Love the app. But still doesn't stream.
This new update crashes every time I try to switch to a different hearing aid program. I am a professional musician and rely on this app daily. I'd give it 0 stars if I could.
I want my money back Starkey. I am so frustrated with these hearing aids and their garbage software. Latest version 4 crashes instantly upon changing programs. I've deleted cache, then reinstalled. Still doesn't work. And the Bluetooth connectivity is the worst. You can't even walk away from your phone (e.g. it's charging), and come back without going through a long and stupid reconnecting process. All I want to do is change the volume! You've lost a long time customer Starkey.
- A new Personalize section that enables you to adjust several features designed to balance comfort/clarity in difficult listening situations.
- Support for newest hearing aids.
- Reference the user manual for full details.
- Android N support
- Bug fixes
Ear Spy amplifies sound from the mic to your headphones to give super hearing.
T2 Remote allows users to control their hearing aids through their phone.
Starkey Relax provides a complete education and sound therapy tool for tinnitus.
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.
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