Hearing Test

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About this app

New release of the Hearing Test on #WorldHearingDay! Now with new speech intelligibility test (the digits-in-noise) and in new languages.
Remember #HearingCare and get your hearing tested today! Check events on #Hearathon2021 and on the Coalition for Global Hearing Health webpage #cghh.

The app provides two basic hearing test: pure-tone audiometry and the speech intelligibility test (the digits-in-noise).

Pure-tone audiometry determines the degree of hearing loss in relation to the sound frequency. The test consists in determining the quietest sound that you are able to hear, thus determining your hearing threshold. The digits-in-noise test evaluates speech intelligibility and consists of recognition of the digits in the noise.

The features of the Hearing Test app:
* pure-tone audiometry (using bundled headphones and predefined calibration coefficients from the database),
* the digits-in-noise test for speech intelligibility measurements,
* noise meter to measure background noise during the test,
* calibration of the device (in the case of lack of predefined calibration or for headphones other than bundled).

Additional features:
* high-frequency audiometry,
* classification of the hearing loss,
* comparison with age norms,
* printing of the tests results,
* adding notes,
* calibration adjustment (calibration coefficients may be adjusted on the basis of your results obtained using clinical audiometer),
* verification of calibration coefficients.

Pro version features:
* local database (offline access to tests results, without connecting to the server),
* synchronization (your tests results can be stored in a cloud; data are easy to recover, can be transferred between devices and accessed on different devices).
Updated on
Apr 29, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Health and fitness and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

12.1K reviews
A Google user
June 26, 2019
First off, this is the best free hearing test app available. No doubt about that, and a comparison to my actual hearing test from my audiologist shows a startling accuracy that I was not expecting. This app does however have a couple of areas where improvements can be made, including server connectivity problems and occasional loud hissing/static if the Hz are out of your device's threshold. But seriously, if used correctly, this app is incredibly accurate, especially for no money! Recommended.
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April 27, 2021
I would love to rate this app higher, it's excellently made. The problem is needing to have someone else with good hearing spend 7 minutes calibrating it for you first, but if you don't have anyone to do that for you, you can't rely on the calibration. It says it has the calibration for your device and the "bundled headphones" that came with it in a database, but what phone comes with headphones anymore?? You should be able to input the calibration data manually based on headphone specs
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A Google user
January 22, 2019
Even though I haven't tried the app yet, with the headset on, even through my phone speaker it is obvious to me this is a well-thought-out and professionally-made app to test your hearing. It's become harder & harder over time for me to understand other people speaking. Wondering whether those frequencies are getting harder me to be able to hear. Even with my phone speaker; I found out that it's true. (I looked up the frequencies of average human speech on a medical website)
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What's new

Improvements to the binaural testing (e.g. in qualification for Johansen IAS treatment).
Added option of selecting a starting intensity