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Is the ReSound Portfolio of Smart Hearing Aids Available with Android Phones?

Jennifer Seelman

March 16, 2015

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Is the ReSound portfolio of smart hearing aids available with Android smart phones?

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We’re excited to announce that the ReSound portfolio of smart hearing aids will be available with the Samsung Galaxy S5, one of the most popular Android smart phones, via the ReSound Smart App™.  It enables the same kind of compatibility advancements that we initially launched for the iPhone, such as setting volume levels, adjusting treble and bass settings, geotagging, and more.  It will be available for download on Google Play in February 2015, and we’ll expand to include other Android devices later this year.

As with our MFi technology, no intermediary device is needed to use the app with the Galaxy S5. There’s no streamer or bulky piece to hang around the neck.

For more information please visit www.gnresound.com and the ReSound Expo Page on AudiologyOnline.


Jennifer Seelman

Director of Marketing and Communications, ReSound

Jennifer Seelman is Director of Marketing and Communications at ReSound.


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