Tinnitus Aid: help ear ringing 4+

Nature sound masks for relief

Phase4 Mobile

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.6 • 743 Ratings
    • Free

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Do you have tinnitus or “ringing in the ears”? Tinnitus Aid is a free version of our powerful Tinnitus HQ app.

Recent research shows that tinnitus can be treated by listening to sounds that have been filtered to remove your specific tinnitus frequencies.*

Choose from a wide variety of high-quality natural sounds and create sound mixes to help relieve your tinnitus symptoms.

Sample advanced bandstop and bandpass filters to identify your tinnitus frequencies and create custom sound masks for tinnitus relief.

The advanced filters can be applied to both ears or just one ear, and different frequency ranges can be used for each ear.

You can set a wide range of filter widths from 0.1 to 4.0 octaves, down to 1Hz resolution.

And you can adjust the volume level in each ear with a single balance control.

Upgrade to Tinnitus HQ to gain full use of these powerful filters and over 500 high-quality natural sounds.

Download Tinnitus Aid now to help relieve tinnitus symptoms and sample our advanced Tinnitus HQ app.

Tinnitus Aid features:

• Catalog of natural sounds recorded on location around the world
• Long high-quality stereo recordings
• Sample of Tinnitus HQ bandpass and bandstop filters that identify and mask ringing frequencies.
• Easy-to-create blended mixes of any 4 sounds
• Modern easy-to-use interface
• Beautiful high-definition images from around the globe
• Runs in background while using other apps or when the screen is locked
• Timer with slow audio fade-out

Download Tinnitus Aid now.

* See http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0138595, http://www.pnas.org/content/107/3/1207.full, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2918775/ for descriptions of notched sound therapy and its positive results.

* Please talk with your doctor about ringing in the ears and any other symptoms. Don’t use this or any other app as a substitute for professional medical advice.

Image credits: http://www.phase4mobile.com/image-credits-tinnitushq

What’s New

Version 2.4

• Bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
743 Ratings

743 Ratings

bigmommadibow ,

Review of tinniness app

The free stuff on this app works good if you don’t want to pay for the premium. However it keeps popping up wanting me to buy the premium which is annoying. Also ads are constantly popping up at the bottom and you have to report them to Google add blocker so that they don’t keep sending the same meds but somehow new ones keep coming up. I’ve only use this for one day and it seems to help a little bit with the constant white noise in my ear. The app is good except for pressuring you to buy the premium package and the issue of continuous ads popping up at the bottom of the page. Confirmed user of this app. Thank you

Developer Response ,

Glad you’re finding the natural sounds helpful for your tinnitus symptoms. The app offers free unlimited playback of a catalog of natural sounds, unlimited custom mixes, an auto-fade timer, and a sample of the advanced filters in the premium app. The HQ app adds advanced filters, 500+ additional sounds, and removes the small banner ads at the bottom of the screen. Please contact us via “Questions or Feedback” in the app, we’d be glad to help.

Sponglish ,

Sadistic app

I spent more than an hour trying to use this horrible app to determine the frequency my tinnitus rings at, but had no luck because every few minutes, as I was shifting frequency ever so slightly, the app would throw me off with a demand that I pay for a seemingly useless app because (take their word for it!), however bad the free version is, it’ll work great in the pro version. Bzzzz! Wrong.

Part of the problem is being interrupted all the time in the free app, but the GUI will be just as awful in the pro version. Specifically, when you’re scrubbing the waveform across freqs, you can shift small amounts with good control, but take your finger off the screen for any reason, and when you try to continue from where you left off you can’t because the wave jumps way off from where it had been as soon as you touch it.

I suppose I could have constantly watched the readout so I’d know where I’d left off, but I was trying to concentrate on listening to minute variations in sound.

They should have controls that let you move set amounts so it’s not so frustrating. And at the very least, they should give you an hour to try to find the right frequency before nagging you to buy the pro version.

Developer Response ,

Please update the app- the frequency control has been improved and this should resolve your issue. You can also enter a precise frequency down to 1 Hz resolution by tapping the frequency readout. We've added independent left-right ear filters and balance to the paid app as well. Please contact us in the app via "Questions or Feedback", we'd be glad to help further.

WR007 ,

Tinnitus Sounds

This by far the best app I have tried for my horrible Tinnitus! This app prevents the Very Very Loud High Pitch Ringing I experience just about everyday! I highly recommend this app if you have the “Curse” Tinnitus as I Call it!

I have the Tinnitus only in my left ear! I try to adjust it to only the left ear but it lasts for only a few minutes then it goes to both ears.

Any way to keep it adjusted to only my left ear?

Developer Response ,

Glad you find the app useful and thanks for recommending it!

Yes, the paid app provides advanced filters and Left/Right ear controls including turning one filter off. It also adds 500 sounds and removes ads. Please tap Upgrade in the bottom menu.

App Privacy

The developer, Phase4 Mobile, 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 Used to Track You

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  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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