News release

Date: 30th April 2015

Apple Watch controls hearing aids

Now you can control your hearing aids with your Apple Watch – using this new free app from hearing aid company Resound.

UK, 30th April 2015ReSound, the Danish hearing aid manufacturer, has launched the first app that allows hearing aid wearers to control their instrument from their new Apple Watch. This is the latest in Smart Hearing – with the most discrete control available anywhere.

This free app allows control of volume, treble and bass levels, pre-programmed settings for different places (local restaurant, café, sports stadium, office, home) and view of the setting selected – right from their wrist. The app is called ReSound Smart™ and is available now from the App Store.

This development in hearing aid technology, connectivity and control follows swiftly on from the launch last year by ReSound of the world’s first made for iPhone hearing aid – ReSound LiNX.

“ReSound will continue to introduce cutting edge technology for its latest range of digital hearing aids,” comments GN ReSound UK’s managing director David Nygren. “ReSound partners with leading innovators to bring the best in connectivity, control and functionality to its aid wearers. They are not known as the smartest hearing aids in the world for nothing.”

ReSound calls this combination of audiology, connectivity, design and apps ‘Smart Hearing’. It delivers hearing aid wearers the most advanced and natural hearing experience.

Consumers can get immediate access to the ReSound Smart app for Apple Watch by visiting the App Store and downloading the latest version of the ReSound Smart app (3.0.1). More information about ReSound’s portfolio of smart hearing aids can be accessed by visiting

About ReSound:
ReSound is one of the top five hearing aid manufacturers and is based in Denmark. The company was founded in 1943 and has been producing top quality, well-designed hearing aids that have helped hearing impaired people rediscover sounds. The company’s mission is to reconnect people to the world with products that are invisible, rival natural sound and are intuitive to use. This work, often in collaboration with other leading technical innovators, is set to redefine the hearing aid for the 21st century.

For further information please contact:
Simon Brookes
07740 428 952

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