Turn your mobile device into a Smart Connect control center: The Connexx Smart Connect App allows you to control your Smart Connect & hearing aids and how they interact with all of your favorite audio devices. Whether it is watching TV, listening to music or talking on a Bluetooth phone – control is easy and discreet via the Smart Connect App.

The app will only provide all the functions when used with a Smart Connect streaming accessory and configured by your hearing health specialist.

App features:
• Manually control the focus direction of the hearing aid microphones (PL 80 & 60 and TL 16 & 12 devices).
• Connect audio sources quickly and easily.
• Battery status of your hearing aids and Smart Connect is clearly displayed.
• Change hearing programs without the need to touch your Smart Connect.
• Change the volume easily and discreetly.
• Adjust bass & treble to balance the quality of sound.

Intended use:
The Smart Connect App is a tool whereby the patient can adjust convenience functions of a hearing aid, within a framework given by a hearing health specialist, e.g., ENT doctor, audiologist or acoustician.

Device compatibility:
The Smart Connect App is compatible with iPhone 4s, 5, 5c, 5s, SE, 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, iPod touch 5th Gen and iPad running iOS 8.1 or higher public release.

Hearing aid compatibility:
The Smart Connect App is only compatible with the latest generation of Rexton 6c & 4c [80 / 60 / 40 / 30] and Audio Service G4 & G3 [16 / 12 / 8 / 4] hearing aids.

Smart Connect and Smart Connect App:
The Smart Connect App fully supports the Smart Connect and its audio streaming capabilities. If Smart Connect is not present, access to the most basic features is available by acoustic operation.

Control signals:
The Smart Connect App generates short control signals when used in Smart Remote mode which may be audible.

To ensure correct operation and for safety reasons:
1. While using the app do not hold the loudspeaker of this device to your ears or the ears of others.
2. While using the app do not use the device with headphones, headsets or other audio playback devices.


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What’s New

Version 2.30.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

• Microphone-pattern adjustment incorporated in the stand alone mode
• General bug fixing and improvements


Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
151 Ratings

151 Ratings

bvwRedux ,

Stupid and noisy compared to what it could be.

Could be GREAT. For example imagine hitting the MAIN CENTER button on the neck loop dongle and talking to Siri on an iPhone or Google speech on the Androids. But it doesn't. Imagine the hearing aids being QUIET while you are switching iPhone apps, getting a text, or turning the iPhone screen off. BUT THAT QUIET CAN'T BE HAD. Instead you'll suffer annoying beeps and tone sequences of no particular logic or usefulness. Imagine if like Alexa or Siri or google speech you very smart hearing aids could whisper in your ear which program you are on, or which sound level you are at- in your own language! BUT NO THATS ALSO NOT TO BE HAD.

Imagine if you could select among the full suite of available programs. That would be good too. Instead only you hearing aid professional can preload the few programs into the hearing aid. No help from our amazing smartphones allowed. Is it stupidity or lack of energy and courage that makes these hearing aid apps, for sivanto's ones are NOT UNTYPICAL. Why is the industry foisting off these very dumb and barely functional apps on hearing aid users? Get into new age already! So primitive!

The hearing aid are great. The smartphone connectivity is barebones. Very cheap Bluetooth headphones and speakers do as well. Or better.

Skeeballs ,

Ok but

I would give this product higher rating but the audio notifications are too much for me to handle. The sound is quite loud and there doesn't be an obvious way to turn off the audible notifications or turn down the audible notifications. For example I was driving with my hearing aids in, got a text message and the audible notification before the text message just about blew out my eardrums. This is especially dangerous when driving. They also pop up when using turn by turn navigation as well as news story's popping up on the phone. If they come out with a newer version where this functionality can be adjusted I would give this product more stars, as it is im considering retiring the product to Costco because of this.

tudorette ,

Seriously frustrated

I bought this with my new hearing aids in January. So far I have returned the Bluetooth four times. And replaced each time. It keeps cutting out when you turn your head to the right or left. It also frequently drops the call or signal. And doesn't hold a charge. I'm really frustrated. My ancient Bluetooth Motorola 500. That's probably 15 years old. Is more reliable today then this Bluetooth. Although it does have a couple of good features. You can set it for different settings. Like being in a live performance, adjust the volume while you're on a call. One star is barely what I can get. My hearing aid dispenser at Costco. Has contacted tech support several times and they seem to be unaware of some of these issues. Yet when I look at reviews I see all the issues I'm been having. But after these reviews. I don't see any comments from tech-support to be issues. Or evidence they are trying to improve.

App Privacy

The developer, Sivantos Pte. Ltd., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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