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Description

Bose Connect unlocks the full potential of your Bose Bluetooth® Product.

EASY ACCESS TO EVERYTHING
Get quick access to the key features on your products, like the auto-off timer, volume control, and battery readings. And it’s the easiest way to manage multiple Bluetooth connections. But that’s just the beginning.

SHARE THE MUSIC
MUSIC SHARE lets you listen together. Now two pairs of Bose® wireless headphones can share the experience - listen together, at the same time, while one of you DJ’s. New PARTY MODE lets you sync two SoundLink® speakers for double the audio…ideal for listening in two different places, and new STEREO MODE immerses you in music by separating the sound into Left and Right channels across two paired speakers for that amazing stereo experience.

GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR HEADPHONES
CONTROLLABLE NOISE CANCELLATION on our QC®30 headphones lets you decide how much of the world to let in by adjusting the level of noise cancellation right in the app. And the built-in HEART RATE MONITOR for our SoundSport® Pulse headphones displays your heart rate clearly in the app.

AND SO MUCH MORE
From viewing product details to personalizing settings, get the most out of your Bose wireless products. It even downloads the latest software in the background and only installs it when you’re ready. See how our simple app can make all the difference.


* NOTE *

Bose Connect works with Bose Frames, QC®35, SoundSport® wireless, SoundSport® Pulse wireless, SoundSport® Free wireless, QuietControl™ 30, SoundLink® wireless II, ProFlight® headphones, and SoundWear Companion speaker, SoundLink® Color II, SoundLink® Revolve, SoundLink® Revolve+, SoundLink® Micro, and S1 Pro® speakers
 

Some features may not be available for all products.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Bose Corporation is under license.

https://www.bose.com/en_us/legal/california_privacy_notice_of_collection.html

https://worldwide.bose.com/privacypolicy

What’s New

Version 17.0

- A few tweaks and fine-tuning to make the app more stable and less buggy.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
219.8K Ratings

219.8K Ratings

Dfom ,

UPDATE to previous 1 star review

Upgrading my Apple devices to iOS 14.3 resolved ALL of my previously issues with Bose Connect. Subsequent to the update to 14.3, the app works flawlessly the very first time I started it up; it immediately paired with my first Bose Soundlink Resolve, effortlessly found and paired with my second Soundlink Revolve (to enter Party Mode), and even the stereo mode fired right up. I have now used Bose Connect, from full start-up, on 5 occasions without any of the noted operating issues.

I am really pleased with the outstanding sound quality of my Bose Soundlink Revolve, so I was exited to discover that Bose Connect could effortlessly pair multiple Bose devices (Just like Sonos, right? WRONG!). I purchased a second Soundlink Revolve, installed Bose Connect and have had nothing but problems since. Thinking my new iPhone 12 may be the problem, I installed Bose Connect on an iPhone 10. Same exact problems experienced. The Connect app is an unmitigated DISASTER. The app interface has a simple, no frills design that displays seemingly easy illustrations to pair and engage “Party Mode”. I just doesn’t work. In reality, you are lucky to get even one Bose speaker to operate. If you can actually get Party Mode to engage, one or both of the speakers produce audio cut-outs or stuttering. It gets much worse if you engage stereo mode. Is this the best Bose can do to support the interoperability of it’s fine speakers?

AffinityforTruth ,

Owner of Bose QC35II

Purchased the QC35II in February of this year, the Bose connect app at that time was limited in it's functionality for the QC35II Headphones. When linking the headphones to the app this literally snuffed or bricks functionality on the headphones previously advertised when purchasing. I could not adjust the application of noise cancelling via the on device buttons, not adjust phone call or voice settings. I am very glad that Bose has since improved the iOS Bose connect app to allow QC35II owners to have full control on their headphones functionality. I can now adjust the voice over prompts to be off, and change the "Voice Command Button" away from being for ALEXA or GOOGLE, to now be exclusive for changing Noise Cancelling Levels from High, Low or OFF. I can now control the headphones simultaneous (self)voice playback feature to mute or off, which has been an anonyance of mine especially when using my headphones for ZOOM, DISCORD, or GOOGLE VOICE sessions when connected via Bluetooth on my desktop (Windows 10). Seems that Bose has been listening to customer reviews and criticisms. Thanks Bose for the important improvements. 5 stars from me for resolving these issues.

Noegood ,

Greatness

I am an older professional male who has own a previous model of BOSE headphones and I took it for granted that other manufactures had similar products......so I tried to own and enjoy the SONY 1000 series headphones. After one day of use I was relieved that it had troubles connecting to my iPhone because I was able to return them without a restocking fee. Here is why I was relieved. The 1000 series Sony have HORRIBLE sound when making or receiving phone calls. BOSE connected immediately and allowed me freedom to walk away from iPhone so I didn’t worry about becoming untethered at work by walks up to 20 feet away. This is a BIG thing for me since I wear them all the time during calls. Yes microphones are in the headset so I can continue conversations with my phone left on my desk. The connection to SERI (sp?) is also on the head set and it also allows me access to the internet while away from my hand held iPhone. THAT IS HUGE. I even choose to pay extra for the Rose colored headphone since it is readily identifiable...for obvious reason regarding sticky fingers. Tone is fantastic. Relieved/grateful is my word to the engineers who designed these units.

App Privacy

The developer, Bose Corporation, 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:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

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

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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