Music is too important for one-size-fits-all sound. Like eyesight, we all hear differently. That’s why we created headphones that learn and adjust to your range of hearing. Our patented technology maps the way you hear. We call this your EarPrint.
When you listen with EVEN, sound is tuned to your EarPrint in real-time, so you can hear the music you love like never before.
The EVEN App pairs with our new EVEN Headphones and allow you to create, store, rename and apply different EarPrints. This allows you to create Earprints for different environments such as while on a plane, or in the studio as well as for different users such as the members of your household.
You can also use it to explore how your hearing changes over time. That’s because the EVEN App features detailed visualizations of your EarPrints, and you can reset your EarPrint as many times as you like. You’ve never seen - or heard - anything like it.
Try the EVEN App and discover personalized sound.
The EVEN Team
- Minor updates for iOS13
- Improved support for the EVEN H4
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I have bad ears.
I used to be a headphone connoisseur until I destroyed my ears. Don't need to have all that fancy expensive equipment any more. Now I can get the dynamic spacial experience I miss. I'm going to sell my other phones. This is the first time I saved money by buying a new piece of electronics.
App is barely functional
The features that work are showing you your ear print graph and explaining what each of the frequencies mean, which is pretty neat.
However, the main reason to use the app, creating and managing ear prints does not work. The option to make a new ear print is flat out unresponsive to any touch input. The ability to rename the default ear print that you make when you first turn on the headphones also doesn’t work. The second you start typing something, the text field disappears so you don’t know what you’re typing and can’t save it anyway.
For an app that is meant to pair with $300 headphones and is designed to do basically three things, it’s pretty damning with 2/3 of those features are completely inoperable.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.