Bluetooth hearing aids are hearing aids that, thanks to Bluetooth wireless technology, can be connected to all the digital media devices we use on a day-to-day basis such as smartphones, tablets and PCs, and televisions. The technology, which works in exactly the same way as our mobile phones, allows data to be exchanged between electronic devices. Once devices are paired, the user can receive phone calls, watch TV or make a video call. The advantages are almost endless: easy audio enjoyment, smooth handling, immersive and faster communication as well as better sound quality. All it takes to manage Bluetooth hearing aids is an app, available on both iOS and Android.
Not all hearing aids have Bluetooth, so be sure to check that the hearing aid you are considering to buy has Bluetooth functionanility.
If you are wondering how to connect Bluetooth hearing aids to digital devices, the answer is simple: activate the functionality on both electronic devices. Once you have ensured that Bluetooth is active on both and the deviced are paird, you will be able to start enjoying better and clearer sounds.
And if you happen to have misplaced your hearing aid, finding it is easy: just open the associated app and select the appropriate function. Convenient and immediate.
The apps on the App Store and Play Store are different and depend on the model and brand of the hearing aid you have. However, all of them have various functions that allow you to manage many aspects of your hearing aids, such as adjusting the volume, checking the battery level, customising the sound, but also getting support from hearing specialists.
The Amplifon App is available for Android and iPhone and allows you to:
Bluetooth hearing aids offer a wide range of benefits, from the freedom to move and hear clearly to increased comfort and discreet use. Whether you're enjoying a podcast, making a video call, or asking Siri or Google a question, Bluetooth technology delivers numerous advantages, and the potential for even greater advancements in the years ahead is promising. In the future, we expect to see smaller, user-friendly devices with extended battery life, still powered by Bluetooth.