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Apps to check your hearing

Published On: Oct 10 2013 10:33:52 AM CDT   Updated On: Oct 24 2013 02:28:38 PM CDT
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In the world we live in there really is an app for almost everything – including to check your hearing.

While you should always consult your doctor if you’re concerned about your hearing, here are some apps that claim to be able to test your hearing on your phone or tablet.

SafeNoise: This app helps educate you about the dangers of loud noises.

Play It Down: This app provides a test for your hearing. http://www.playitdown.org/

Hearing Check: This app will help you test your hearing by having you enter numbers on your keyboard after you hear them. http://www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk/your-hearing/look-after-your-hearing/check-your-hearing/take-the-check.aspx

Hearing Test: This app features a hearing test from the Better Hearing Institute. http://www.nowihear.com/

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