boAt, an audio wearable brand, has launched a new in-house developed “boAt Hearables App”. The new app features a self-diagnostic mode, an advanced feature that makes the customer experience richer and better. The new app was developed to address the Bluetooth connectivity issues that boAt customers have been complaining about lately. Also, the app helps to check the MIC status, speaker status and battery status of the BoAt device. Self-diagnostic mode* is only available on the Rockerz 330 Pro and Rockerz 333 Pro at the time of writing, and is expected to support the company’s other audio products soon. The new Hearables app claims to provide an easy way to customize Hearable button function settings, and users can download more over-the-air software updates to make it even better.
In the first phase of the application, boAt will help its customers connect and configure their hearing aids, and troubleshoot problems if they encounter them. The company has been told that it will also be ready in the coming weeks, with some updates already in the works, including support for all legacy and latest personal audio devices. In the second phase, boAt will also add personalized audio profiles, custom EQ options, integrated streaming services, high-definition audio personalization, and more to the app to improve its productivity.
The app was designed and developed by boAt itself, with support from an experienced NPI team and software engineers working at boAt Labs, the brand’s Bangalore R&D lab. It is said that boAt is committed to the dual mission of India’s Atmanirbhar Bharat (an independent India) and making India for the world by enabling technological innovation and R&D in India. How do I install the new Hearables app on my phone?
You can download the new boAt app from the Google Play Store and sync it with the boAt Bluetooth headset. For Apple device users, the iOS version is expected to roll out within a few months, boAt reports.