My Starkey 12+

Take control of your hearing

Starkey Laboratories

    • 3.3 • 188 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Take control of your hearing experience with My Starkey. Create custom settings. Get personalized tips. Track health goals. Control volume and more. My Starkey puts you in charge of your hearing journey and overall wellness. All at your fingertips.

Created with the help of hearing aid wearers, this easy-to-use app allows you to:

HEAR BETTER ANYWHERE.
Make instant adjustments for clearer speech and reduced noise – even in the toughest listening environments. Plus, customize sound settings for your favorite places. Equalizer and volume? You control them. With My Starkey, your hearing aids are just the way you need them. At all times.

GET TIPS, TOOLS AND RESOURCES.
Adapt to hearing aids faster with quick how-to's, tips, and videos. All tailored for where you are on your hearing journey. Access remote hearing aid adjustments from your hearing care professional – right from your armchair. Lose a hearing aid? Use My Starkey to track the location and simplify your life.

MONITOR HEALTH AND WELLNESS.
Monitor daily hearing and physical activity to help you stay healthy. Set and achieve goals for hearing, steps, exercise, and beyond. Get personal and detailed insights into your activity levels. My Starkey can even detect your falls and notify the people you choose – keeping you safe while active.

And much more.
It’s never been easier to take control of your hearing journey. And live your best life – with My Starkey.

What’s New

Version 2.1.0

Your hearing experience has been enhanced even further with several performance updates.

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
188 Ratings

188 Ratings

stumpnocker ,

Connectivity

I’m really liking the App and easy use of the menu. Connectivity between my I Phone and hearing devices when steaming music is very poor. My phone is located directly on my belt, so it’s only 2.5 feet apart from my devices no matter which side of my belt the phone is attached one ear piece always breaks up intermittedly. However in AI mode and i place my phone directly in front of my TV soundbar i can walk around my home anywhere and it stays connected to my ear pieces. Hopefully Starkey can improve connectivty with newer versions of the App. I have been with Starkey for over twenty years and i receive new hearing aids every three years. The evolution of all these devices is amazing! Keep up the good work.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for the feedback. The hearing aids use Low-energy-Bluetooth. I have found when the phone is on the hip, and I'm outside in the open, the connection will drop. If I place the phone higher up in my shirt pocket, it does a much better job.

Old Dusty Dog ,

App Drains Device Batteries

I sent in a review a few days ago but it did not get posted. I started using this app a few days ago with my new Genesis hearing aids. I have been using the Thrive app for nearly four years with Starkey Livios. In my opinion, Thrive is laid out better, but the biggest problem I have with this app is the fast battery drain on either the iPhone or the iPad. If the hearing aids are paired with either device, no matter how far apart they are from each other the battery on that device will drain down at least 50%, even when the app is off and the hearing aids are in the charger. I switched devices and paired them with the other device (only one device at a time is supported). The battery on the connected device drains quickly. This is a big problem, especially with smaller phones that have smaller batteries.

Update: I believe a recent app update has fixed the problem. Thank you. I changed my rating to 5 stars.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for the feedback. The battery drain on the Apple devices while connected to the hearing aids and app should not be a huge battery drain problem. Please ensure you are on the latest iOS. If you would like to email us from the My Starkey App we will reply with specific troubleshooting steps.

Olemax II ,

Mostly Good (updated)

The last firmware update fixed most of the bugs. Tap control is still a joke, only works when I don’t want it to, such as pulling a garment over one of my hearing aids. Tapping doesn’t actually work at all. My audiologist “fixed” it, to no avail.
The tinnitus program helps significantly, but it’s not a cure. I would be great if it was a separate program, rather than an overlay on one the other programs I like to use for it’s intended purpose.
The other wish list item would be to have an Apple Watch app to change some basic settings, such as Edge Mode, answering the phone, volume, music player stop/start, and program changes.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for the feedback. Please work with your Professional to resolve the double-tap concern.

App Privacy

The developer, Starkey Laboratories, 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:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Location
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

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