I have always believed that technology can be a force for good. It was one of the reasons why I decided to join Mimi late last year; alongside my belief in the power and the potential of its technology to make a positive impact on people’s daily lives.
At Mimi, we are guided by our core values when we design user experience. We celebrate the diversity of people, as a part of the beauty of being human. It is our responsibility to create inclusive solutions that give everyone a great user experience regardless of their capabilities, gender, ethnicity, language or any other differences.
In the 14 years since World Hearing Day was started by the World Health Organization (WHO) to raise awareness about hearing loss, technology has evolved at lightning speed. We are constantly connected to our headphones, watching more TV and listening to more music than we were in 2007. But, we are not doing enough as a global population to take steps to protect our hearing health.
With its recent iOS14 update Apple is shining a light on hearing health, and giving a nod to Mimi in the process, as it improves accessibility for users with a new feature for headphone users.
Everlisten has launched their first app this week, the result of an integration using Mimi Health’s new medical device. The app is the first Mimi Health partner integration, since the launch of the Mimi Health Hearing Test.
Mimi has launched a new SDK (Software Development Kit) which enables the Mimi Hearing Test to be easily integrated into partner products.
On Sunday November 1 2020, Mimi Hearing Technologies CEO, Philipp Skribanowitz, spoke with rbb 88.8, the public service broadcaster of Berlin and Brandenburg, to chat about Mimi’s partnership and the new “Bestes Hören” feature in the rbb 88.8 app.
Mimi Hearing Technologies have announced the launch of Mimi Sound Personalization technology in the new X by Kygo Xellence True Wireless Earphones. First announced at CES 2020, the partnership will bring the Mimi Sound Personalization experience to X by Kygo user’s in the brand’s first True Wireless headphone release.