IFTTT Archives - Cubex
By Rosie Williams
On 14, Mar 2017 | In Product | By Rosie Williams
The treatment technology in the Oticon Opn™ hearing aid utilizes the IFTTT (if-this-then-that) service to connect your hearing instrument to any other internet-connected device. This means you can connect to your email, social media accounts, doorbell, smart home heating system or washing machine.
Oticon have provided some how-to video’s to help Oticon Opn™ wearers connect their device to the IFTTT services & connected devices around the home.
Apple’s latest change to remove the headphone jack and replace the traditional plug-in ear phones with wireless AirPods has sparked some conversation. The interesting thing for us is the potential to change the way of thinking in the hearing industry due to this technology shift. The hearing industry have been using this type of technology in their hearing aids for a long time! Could forward-thinking companies like Apple be making connected hearing devices the thing to wear?
Apple’s latest change to remove the headphone jack and replace the traditional plug-in ear phones with wireless AirPods has sparked some considerable conversation. AirPods could change the way we use headphones with its instant ability to connect to your iPhone as soon as it is turned on, to adjusting the volume of playback music, changing a song, getting directions by activating Siri or making a call wirelessly. We have been using this type of advanced wireless technology to make life easier for people with hearing loss for some time! Could forward-thinking companies like Apple be making connected hearing devices the ‘thing’ to wear?
Open yourself up to a world of possibilities on the IFTTT network with the new Oticon Opn™
Available for personalisation at Cubex now!
New treatment technology in Oticon Opn™ represents a paradigm shift in hearing care and is the worlds first hearing aid with two wireless communication systems providing the fastest and most precise audiological performance and enabling easy connectivity to audio devices and the internet.