Apple Research App has been updated with a ‘Speech in Noise’ Test and COVID-19 Survey

Pururaj Dutta
Appleosophy | Apple Research App has been updated with a 'Speech in Noise' Test and COVID-19 Survey
Source: Apple

Apple had released the “Apple Research App” in November of last year. This app focuses on Heart & Movement Study, Hearing and Women’s Health. Apple has developed this app keeping Privacy & Security in mind. This app allows iPhone & Apple Watch users to share their health data after enrollment.

Apple has today released an update to the Apple Research App with a new ‘Speech in Noise’ test and a COVID-19 Survey. The last update released for this app was on March 26th which included bug fixes and improvements.

According to Apple, This New Update (Version 1.3) includes bug fixes and improvements along with:

“- New ‘Speech in Noise’ test in the Apple Hearing Study to help understand participants’ hearing ability under various circumstances, including the presence of background noise
– New survey in the Apple Heart & Movement Study to help understand the impact of COVID-19 on daily life”

The Apple Research App is available for the iPhone 6s or later running iOS 13.2 or later. You can update this App on the App Store by tapping here.

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Pururaj Dutta
Author: Pururaj Dutta

Pururaj is the Editor and Manager of Redfruit Media Brands, including popular platforms like Appleosophy, TechPod Social, Apple Summit, and Silicon Report. As a tech enthusiast, he enjoys exploring & reviewing new products, and sharing his insights with the community. With a strong passion for technology, Pururaj is dedicated to providing accurate and insightful information to his readers.

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