10 iPhone hearing aid apps that preceded BioAid

By Jonah Comstock
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EasyHearingAid from Link Advance&Innovation

EasyHearingAid

EasyHearingAid is steeply priced at $14, although it does give the user a lot of control over the sound, with individual sliders for 13 different frequency ranges. Despite its name, the app claims not to be a hearing aid, perplexingly, and its description says it's intended for people just beginning to lose their hearing.

Kikitori from Grace Co. Ltd.

kikitori

Definitely the high end of the market price-wise, it's hard to imagine any number of features justifying Kikitori's $35 price tag. The app (Kikitori means "good hearing" in Japanese) has a lot of sound adjustment controls and a noise filter.