Ear Assist Lite

Ear Assist Lite

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Ear Assist amplifies sound from the microphone straight to your headphones to give enhanced hearing. It works like a hearing aid.

Turn up the volume on the world around you.

HEADPHONES REQUIRED.

Ear Assist turns up the volume on real life to help hear things that may be difficult to hear. For people who have trouble hearing, Ear Assist may help. With some makes of bluetooth headset, you can place the phone farther away from you and listen as if you were sitting up close (tested with the Motorola HT820 Headset).

Ear Assist amplifies sound coming through your phone microphone straight to your earphones. To fine-tune the incoming signal, use the graphic audio equalizer. Just point your phone's microphone towards what you want to listen to.

Privacy Notice:

We do not, nor do we have any desire to, spy on you.

We do not collect or store any information about the users of this application. Once you download it, it runs on your phone and never communicates with our servers.

As a free app, we make money only when you click on the banner ads. So, if you like the app, please visit some of our sponsors and click on the ads.

Tags: 藍芽聲音放大, ear, ear assist pro, ear spy lite.

Recently changed in this version

-- Ability to unlock features through tweet.


Comments and ratings for Ear Assist Lite
  • (59 stars)

    by Jerry Collins on 13/04/2014

    Awesome App. Thank you

  • (59 stars)

    by Macie Hitt on 06/04/2014

    Don't know how to record though

  • (59 stars)

    by Trevor Ligammari on 02/04/2014

    Good Thing to have

  • (59 stars)

    by Terrance Wagner on 28/03/2014

    Doesn't work on samsung s4

  • (59 stars)

    by charlie bombolo on 07/03/2014

    Does absolutely nothing!

  • (59 stars)

    by Leon Oosthuizen on 02/03/2014

    The found appears to be delayed by a split second. Very irritating!!

  • (59 stars)

    by Carol Gnz on 25/02/2014

    I tried this with the tv. It was slightly louder, but the double sound between the actual tv and the earbuds made it harder to hear. Also the sound was tin-ny. Not worthwhile.