Description

Connect to your EVOKE hearing aid, stream sound and control the functions of the world’s first truly smart hearing aid. Every time you personalize your listening experience, EVOKE learns.
The EVOKE app is compatible with 2.4GHz EVOKE hearing aids (E-F2).

With the EVOKE app you can:
- Personalize your listening experience
- Let the hearing aid automatically adapt to your needs
- Adjust hearing aid volume and mute hearing aids
- Control streaming volume from your iPhone
- Adjust directional focus to aid listening
- Create personal programs with your sound adjustments
- Add locations to programs for automatic selection
- Adjust the pitch of the sound (bass, middle and treble) using the equalizer
- Access “Help” and troubleshooting tips in the app
- Access the “Find my hearing aid” feature

We continue to improve our compatibility list. Please visit our website (https://global.widex.com/en/support/evoke-hearing-aid-app/compatibility) for the new devices we support.

Product number: 5 300 0014

What’s New

Version 1.5.2

Bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
207 Ratings

207 Ratings

michaelb1234 ,

Evoke app

I can hopefully get to a point where I love the app but it falls short of expectations because it has glaring bugs. For example, equalizer setting do not persist. There is an option to Save As but not an option to simply Save the changes to an existing program. Also, deleting a program does not delete the program. Also programs show in the instructional manual are not available in the app. I asked my doctor thinking that he could add the programs but he told me to call Evoke support. If am using latest version of iOS on iPhone 10 Max. Evoke version is current. I am not convinced the developers have a hearing problem otherwise these issues would have been fixed. Walk in their customer shoes for a few days and the bugs will become
very apparent

Michael518 ,

Nice App, but Soundsense is no big deal

It’s nice to have the app to create additional programs and to adjust the left and right levels independently.
Soundsense is really overhyped. All it does is adjust the EQ on an existing program which you can then save. It does it by doing multiple A/B comparisons, but the net is still just an EQ setting. They call it Bass/Middle/Treble, but I have a hard time calling anything over 100 hertz bass, so it’s really Middle/Treble/High Treble. You can only do the Soundsense once for a favorite you save, so to tweak it at all, you just adjust the EQ. It’s a novel approach, but I’d much rather have more bands of EQ.
Using your own background photos is a nice feature. It’d be nice to also be able to use your own icons, though, since the ones they have are very limited and if you create a lot of favorites, you have to duplicate icons which to me kind of defeats the idea of icons. I also wish it didn’t call all of them “favorite”. I get that it can’t reliable pronounce whatever you choose to name it, but it could say “favorite one”, “favorite two”, or something like that to at least distinguish between them.
It’s a good start, though, and hopefully future updates will add more useful function.

ddddkkkl ,

Unbelievable

The volume level fluctuates by itself left and right set to sync, then on of the aids volume will jump from 40 to 95 and make you want to yank them out and throw. Will not switch from iPhone to iPad without turning Bluetooth off on the one device you were using, go to new device, charge Bluetooth follow same set up as install through accessibility, open and close hearing aids , wait while wheel spins after about 3-4 minutes, surrender and repeat, after repeat #3 or 4 it will connect to new device in which you will have forgotten what you were going to do. Approx 3 days later you will try again and it will work, you will run to tell your wife that you have it figured out, and half way through conversation the volume on one or both will jump to 100 and the massive feedback loop will have you and your dogs flipping from side to side on the ground screaming till you can pull them out and reset volume. They have made me more alert and paranoid not knowing when....., and this kids happens every time a iOS update comes out. Have fun!

App Privacy

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

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

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