The Mimi Hearing Test is the easiest way to explore your hearing ability. This hearing test will give you understandable results in about 6 minutes.
-- Modern testing paradigm - Easy-to-use and in-depth testing of a wide range of frequencies (125 Hz-12 kHz)
-- 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. We can remind you to regularly take another test.
-- Export results - Print your results to share with friends or medical professionals.
-- Compatibility with HealthKit - Easily import your demographic data from the Health app and compare your hearing results.
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| Limitations |
The Mimi app is currently calibrated for Apple EarPods, Apple AirPods, beyerdynamic Aventho (wired) & 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.
| Disclaimer |
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.
The Mimi Hearing Test is a medical device according to Directive 93/42/EEC in Europe. The App has not been certified as a medical device by the FDA (USA).
Added an opt-in consent feature for future hearing research.
Minor updates and bug fixes.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Spot on accurate
I’ve been having some problems hearing so out of pure curiosity I decided to see if an app out there could tell me anything. Based on the reviews I decided to give it a try, full knowing nothing replaces a Dr. After going through the test it showed a mild hearing loss. I ended up getting referred to an audiologist her results were identical, in the more detailed aspect I now need to see an ENT for possible surgery. Fluid can’t be seen behind my ears but the detailed testing shows flat for the pressure. So glad this app isn’t a gimmick it’s a handy app to track your hearing. Job well done!
Results seem inconsistent
My right ear does not hear well at all. While testing it, the app repeatedly told me that because I hadn’t heard anything for ten seconds I should restart. I ignored it and continued but this happened three times so I couldn’t help but feel a bit punished for my bad hearing.
Mini identified that ear at 33% hearing capacity and my other ear at 90%. Their final overall verdict was that I have no hearing loss whatsoever (the best category!) despite the fact that the descriptions put me at moderate hearing loss, the second worst category. I don’t understand how I can be at 1/3 of my hearing in an ear and still qualify as no hearing loss and there seems to be no information in the app on why this would be other than that they use WHO standards.
Let me assure you that having one good ear doesn’t always mean I can easily hear everything. The left side of my head does not point everywhere at once.
Excellent hearing test app for audiogram creation
Tried a Bluetooth earbud pair, Apple tuned wired earbuds, Sony WH-1000XM2 Bluetooth over the ear headphones for three separate hearing tests. Results aligned with professional audiology tests and also proved that I can hear better with over the ear headphones! Testing must be done in a very very quiet room - I have a professional home studio so it was dead quiet in it when I did my tests.
It does not allow hearing tests with Bluetooth hearing aids to see how much improvement do they deliver - something that my audiologist did test and show me. Having this capability would be awesome and allow self testing as well as figuring when to replace the filters and buds on a hearing aid.
Another area of potential improvement is in associating hearing diagnoses with the slight, mild, severe hearing loss categories for educational use. Allowing selection of known diagnosis and providing details for education would be extremely beneficial too.
Hearing aids and testing are two areas of a lot of scams going on, and allowing hearing aid profile adjustment with cloud based services for Oticon and other vendors would help reduce the medical spending as well.
- Mimi Hearing Technologies GmbH
- 63.2 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.