Launched at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, USA, Nuheara said the IQstore would transform the way people hear with game-changing and affordable solutions.
The IQstore features two apps designed for tinnitus relief and AUTOCROS for those with unilateral hearing challenges, allowing customers to choose supporting features important to them.
“Democratising healthcare for millions”
Nuheara chief executive officer Justin Miller said: “We believe in giving the consumer the power to tailor their hearing solutions and allow them to have direct access to their chosen level of service and cost on a subscription basis.
“We are committed to democratising hearing healthcare for millions of consumers who need support and are currently priced out of purchasing assistance on products.”
He said the IQstore fortified Nuheara’s market position as leader in hearing healthcare for mild to moderate hearing loss.
Adapter for TV watching
Nuheara also recently launched IQstream TV, an innovative adapter for TV watching that delivers crystal-clear sound to both BOOST and MAX hearing buds.
Users can adjust their volume independently and balance the level of the TV with other sounds in the room, so they can participate in conversations while catching every word on TV.
With the MAX product expected to be available in the second half of 2019, Nuheara anticipates growing recognition by government health providers that affordable and accessible hearing solutions should be readily available.
- Jessica Cummins