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Audiometry

For the first time on iPhone

For the first time on iPhone

Audiometry

by Bina
Audiometry
Audiometry
Audiometry

What is it about?

For the first time on iPhone!

Audiometry

App Details

Version
5.1
Rating
(254)
Size
15Mb
Genre
Medical Utilities
Last updated
April 11, 2014
Release date
December 1, 2008
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App Store Description

For the first time on iPhone!

An effective hearing test that measures your threshold of hearing for sounds of different frequencies.
Find out just how far your ears can hear ranging frequencies.
Most of the people should be able to hear up to around 15kHz. From around 17kHz upwards, we get into a range that only the under 20's can hear.

General:

The human auditory system is sensitive to a wide range of sounds, both in terms of frequency (pitch) and intensity (loudness).The lowest sound (in pitch) we can typically hear is about 20 Hz, and the highest sound 20KHz. However, we are not all equally sensitive with all differing frequencies.

Features:

• With this version, you will test your frequency threshold, using static volume tones.
• Using the iPhone headphones, you will be asked to adjust the iPhone volume, for clear and effective playback tones.  
• Your left and right ear will be tested alternately with every frequency, from the above frequency ranges.
• After the test has been completed, you will get a report of your hearing frequency response.
• History module lets you save your tests

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For Version 3.0
Some users reported a problem after updating from version 2.0.
Uninstall and reinstall (free charge) has solved this issue.


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New features to be released on the next version (free update)

- A new test to find out also your intensity threshold (measured by dB).
- Generate a dB/Hz graph according to your test result.