Mimi Hearing Test 4+

Test your hearing

Mimi Hearing Technologies

    • 4.7 • 21.8K Ratings
    • Free

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The Mimi Hearing Test is the easiest way to assess your hearing ability. This hearing test will give you understandable results in about 6 minutes.

- Modern hearing assessment: Easy-to-use and in-depth testing of a wide range of frequencies.
- Get instant results: We turn your auditory data into tangible insights to help you reflect on your hearing health.
- Track your hearing: See how your hearing has changed over time.
- Export results: Print your results to share with friends or healthcare professionals.
- Export to HealthKit: Easily connect from the Health app and compare your hearing results.

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The Mimi app is currently calibrated for Apple EarPods, Apple AirPods, Apple AirPods Pro, the Sennheiser HDA 200 & 300. The accuracy of your test results will depend on the type of headphones you use, as well as the ambient noise level. The results we provide are intended as a first step in testing your hearing. Please always seek advice from a medical professional.


The Mimi Hearing Test is not intended to self-diagnose, -prevent, -monitor, -treat, -alleviate or to exclusively compensate any disease, injury, disability or handicap. If you think you have hearing problems, please consult with your doctor, or other qualified healthcare professional before using this App. However, you are welcome to use this app, in order to prepare or to support your visit to a doctor or other qualified healthcare professional. Use this App at your own risk. The creators don't take any responsibility for direct or indirect damage that could result from its use.

This application is developed by Mimi Hearing Technologies GmbH, and integrates the Mimi Health Hearing Test (HTS-01), a class I medical device under the EU Medical Device Directive, which is manufactured by Mimi Health GmbH. Mimi Hearing Technologies GmbH is the distributor of HTS-01 and the responsible party for further application development outside of HTS-01.

What’s New

Version 5.5.0

Minor fixes & improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
21.8K Ratings

21.8K Ratings

206Charlie206 ,

Mimi mimics professionally performed audio gram.

I have been followed by a professional audiologist for several years. My last audio gram was 6 months ago. While it was “mild-to-moderate” hearing loss that was stable since the previous audiogram 2 years prior, I decided to be fitted with hearing aids because of difficulty hearing conversations in certain settings. During the free trial period, I found that the $6,000 HAs amplified ALL the sound, even with <conversation mode> turned on. Overall, my hearing functionality did not improve much. And the over-the-ear style was a nuisance when masking and unmasking. I found that I was only using them in the evening around home.

I have returned the expensive HAs and am trying out a set of Apple AirPods Pro ($180) which are programmable using Mimi. The Mimi audiogram seems to match the professional audiogram quite closely. I’m hoping that uploading to the Apple I-Phone AirPod app gives me the results I am looking for!

Hgtv lover ,

Consistent with professional results

I did the test twice out of curiosity. I have known hearing loss and tinnitus, a unfortunate family inheritance, and have been wearing hearing aids full time for about 12 years. I did one test with on the ear headphones, another with wired Apple earbuds. Not exactly the same, but the outcome was the same and consistent enough with results of professional hearing tests that I can recommend this app for screening purposes. Since unaided hearing loss is a factor in some many areas, including social isolation, loss of the ability to distinguish words, and even dementia, I recommend that anyone suspecting hearing loss follow up. Addressing the problem is far better than suffering and the level of daily energy it takes to function when you do not hear well. Modern hearing aids are marvels of technology and improve all the time. My only issue was understanding the very clear instructions on “the button”, holding while hearing a sound and releasing when it stops, and the portrait only orientation on the ipad. My phone does not have a 3.5 connector, so had to use the ipad. Linking to Apple Health had to be done on the phone, and required an account with Mimi, but eventually I was able to link it, and see the results in Health.

Thvedt ,

Does it work at all?

[UPDATE: Another reviewer found a workaround. I deleted my hearing ID (there’s a “x Delete Hearing ID” label to tap in the app), and it started to work again. I’ve upped my rating by 1 star, though I’m not sure it’s deserved — that’s a pretty bad bug, and a non-obvious & data-destroying workaround.]

I had tried it some months ago on non-calibrated headphones, and now that I have AirPods Pro, I was curious to try it again. It didn’t recognize the AirPods, so I chose the non-calibrated option. After going all the way through the test, the app tells me something went wrong. Just “something.” No useful error message. It asks if I’m connected to the Internet. Yes. Yes I am. I’ve tried several times, always with the same result. I deleted the app and re-installed it, but that didn’t change anything. Update: The new version 5.3.0, according to the release notes, “significantly reduced the probability of an unexpected error.” Well, maybe, but it’s still a frustrating and useless app for me. It still doesn’t see my AirPods Pro as being calibrated, even though the app description explicitly lists that exact model. Worse, after going through the whole test, I still get that vague “something went wrong“ message, and no results.

App Privacy

The developer, Mimi Hearing Technologies, 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 Not Linked to You

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

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

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