Tinnitus Apps

Tinnitus apps

 Tinnitus Balance (Phonak) – Free. iOS and Android.
https://www.phonakpro.com/com/en/resources/apps-for-your-clients/tinnitus-balance-app.html
The app is intended to be part of a tinnitus management program provided by a qualified hearing care professional familiar with the diagnosis and management of tinnitus.
It enables clients to choose sounds from the list of default sounds within the app:
• Soothing sounds such as a campfire, chimes, or sailing
• Background sounds such as the harbour, ocean, and rain
• Interesting sounds such as a blackbird, farmyard, or cicadas

Alternatively, users can also select sounds from their own smartphone music library. Clients can rate the effectiveness of each sound and review the overall ratings with their hearing care professional to optimize their sound plan.

  • Oticon Tinnitus Sound – Free. iOS and Android.
    http://www.oticon.co.uk/products/wireless-accessories/other-accessories/tinnitus-app.aspx
    This app is for people diagnosed with tinnitus (>18 years old). Tinnitus Sound app is a tool intended to generate sounds to provide temporary relief to patients suffering from tinnitus as part of a tinnitus management plan provided by a Hearing Care Professional familiar with the diagnosis and management of tinnitus.

    The app includes a range of sounds to choose from as well as being able to use music from you device’s music library. The app also includes two relaxation exercises; breathing and muscle relaxation exercise to help relax you and keep you calm to alleviate tinnitus.



  • ReSound Relief – Free. iOS and Android.

    http://www.resound.com/en-US/hearing-aids/apps/relief-app
    The app is a tool for anyone who has tinnitus. It should be used in combination with a tinnitus management programme or plan set up by a hearing care professional. The app uses a combination of sounds and relaxing exercises that aim to distract your brain from focusing on tinnitus. Over time the brain learns to focus less on the tinnitus.

    The app lets you manage your personal library of sound therapy files and allows you to create your own soundscapes from environmental sounds and small pieces of music. It will also track your usage, so you can see which sounds work best for you, and it contains some secondary stimuli like colours and exercises to help keep your mind occupied.

    you can listen to the sounds on the app using headphones or if you wear ReSound wireless hearing aids, you can stream the sound directly to the hearing aids and the sound you stream will be adjusted to compensate for your hearing loss. You can also stream to other hearing aid if you have a compatible streamer however your hearing loss with not be compensated through other devices.


  • [b]Starkey Relax – Free. iOS and Android.[/b]

    http://www.starkey.com/blog/2015/05/Relax-Tinnitus-App-New
    The Starkey Relax app is an informational resource and self-management tool, which is intended for incorporation into a hearing professional’s sound therapy protocol for patients diagnosed with tinnitus. Sound therapy uses sound to decrease the loudness or prominence of tinnitus.

    Starkey Relax allows you to customize 12 relief sounds by modifying the volume, frequency response, and rate of fluctuation, providing you with highly-personalized relief sounds for your unique tinnitus. With Starkey Relax, you can create new, customized relief sounds coupled with soothing images to best suit the changing behaviour of your subjective tinnitus.

    You can play Starkey Relax relief sounds through your Apple device or any connected speaker/headphone. You can also stream the relief sounds from your Apple device to Made for iPhone hearing aids or 900sync hearing aids (via the SurfLink Mobile device) from Starkey, Audibel, NuEar, MicroTech, and AGX Hearing.


  • Tinnitus Calmer – free. iOS and android.
    https://www.beltone.com/hearing-health/tinnitus-calmer-app.aspx
    The app is a tool for anyone who has tinnitus. It should be used in combination with a tinnitus management programme or plan set up by a hearing care professional. The Beltone Tinnitus Calmer app uses a combination of sounds and relaxing exercises that aim to distract your brain from focusing on tinnitus. Over time the brain learns to focus less on the tinnitus.
    The app lets you manage your personal library of sound therapy files and allows you to create your own soundscapes from environmental sounds and small pieces of music. It will also track your usage, so you can see which sounds work best for you, and it contains some secondary stimuli like colours and exercises to help keep your mind occupied.

    Just download it and listen to it as you normally listen to music from your smart phone. If you wear Beltone wireless hearing aids, you can stream directly through them; the sound you stream will be adjusted to compensate for your hearing loss.



  • Tinnitus Therapy Lite – Free and pro version £3.33 Android and £4.49 iOS.

    http://www.soundoasis.com/sounds/tinnitus-therapy/

    This app has been created by Sound Oasis who manufacturer a range of tinnitus products. The Lite version of the app provides a sample of a few tinnitus relief sounds, a fully functional playback timer, and soft off volume management.

    In the Pro version, there are a wider variety of sounds to choose from as well as being able to personalise the sounds to your own tinnitus and creating personal settings. Any future sound updates and enhancements will also only be available in the pro version.