AirMini™ by ResMed 12+


    • 2.2 • 383 Ratings
    • Free

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The AirMini™ by ResMed app is your personal sleep therapy assistant. With the AirMini's built-in wireless Bluetooth® technology, you can set up therapy, change comfort settings and track your sleep all on your smart device.

Developed by ResMed, the world's leading provider of connected healthcare solutions, the AirMini app helps you stay in control and informed. To learn more, visit

Note: This app does not support ResMed AirSense 10 or AirCurve 10 devices.

Starting and stopping therapy is close to effortless with setup and operation all managed on your smart device.

Daily statistics on usage hours, mask seal and events per hour are recorded for you to review after every sleep.

See how well you slept with a snapshot of your most recent therapy session posted on your dashboard.

Therapy pressure is set by your provider, but with adjustable comfort settings, your experience can be tailored to suit you.

Machine and mask setup tools guide you step by step from the very first day of your therapy journey.

The 'Upload Data to Cloud' function allows you to easily share your therapy data with your provider or physician.

The Test Drive tutorial gives you a chance to try out what therapy feels like and helps troubleshoot for mask leak, so that your first night goes as smoothly as possible.

What’s New

Version 1.6.1

We’re always trying to improve your experience with AirMini™.

This release also contains minor bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

2.2 out of 5
383 Ratings

383 Ratings

gfrad303 ,

Useful, but falls short

I use my AirMini device when traveling away from home. It’s small and portable and beats lugging around my larger ResMed AirSense 11 home device. For the most part, the AirMini app functions in a similar way as the AirView app for my Air Sense 11 device, which is a good thing. However, there are two aspects about the AirMini app that fall short. Firstly, the app indicates that nightly sleep data is uploaded to the cloud, but what cloud?? I’ve exchanged messages with my sleep doctor, the medical device company where I purchased the AirMini (as well as Sense 11) and neither know how to access the so-called uploaded data. I even reached out to ResMed directly and I didn’t get a useful response. Secondly, unlike the AirView app, there is not an option to generate a compliance report. Since my doctor and insurance company don’t see uploaded data from my AirMini, it would be nice to be able send them a detailed report. Sending them pics of each nights results displayed on a colorful wheel displayed on the app just doesn’t cut it.

Developer Response ,

The AirView program can accept and report on data from your AirMini machine. If they need access to AirView or they need assistance gathering your data from AirView, please ask them to contact our Technical Care team at 1-800-424-0737 and we can walk them through how to download the data and obtain what they need to read the data.

Ear Cleaner ,

App is useful, still needs improvement but making progress

I have had the air mini and app since they first were released. I have found both important travel “companions” and have started using them at home. I am still frustrated that the long-term data doesn’t seem to be stored anywhere. Most frustrating are the difficult standards for rating excellence which over time are discouraging (to this user!). To constantly get grades of 60-70 with an occasional 80 makes trying an arduous path. Furthermore the suggestions for improving are at best sketchy . This is especially true of mask “adjustment” (in instructions it says “not too tight”). Also amount of sleep and the negative points 6 hrs gets (isn’t it relative?). I strongly suggests an upgrade of accessible IT and a further research development to make this clearly a “winner”

FrostbiteFrank ,

The app is irrelevant; the Air Mini is the Greayest!

I started with a humidifying CPAP machine, but was intrigued by the Air Mini’s small size. I was dubious about buying one because it was marketed as a “travel” CPAP machine.

I had experimented with humidity using the other machine, and I realized that the humidifier is mostly a marketing gimmick: the machine puts out the same air you have been breathing all evening, at the same temperature. If you need humidification to breathe comfortably you would need humidified air all the time. [I live in Alaska and run a humidifier all the time in the winter. I don’t need a booster for the CPAP. machine.] I finally bought an Air Mini (same price as all the equivalent machines) and was immediately pleased with how quiet it was.

I have had no trouble of any sort with the Air MinI, and it’s small size makes it perfect for traveling. It is extremely quiet, and my machine came programmed.

It only takes up a small corner of my nightstand. If you insist on Resmed also offers a revolutionary new humidifying system that removes the moisture from the breath and uses it to humidify the next oncoming.

The app is like everyone else’s: it records length of sleep, mask fit, pressure, and number of apnea events. After a month I quit following it, and rarely check it. It’s main purpose is so that the doc can see.

App Privacy

The developer, ResMed, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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