Baha® Smart App: Getting started
Benefits of using the Cochlear™ Baha® Smart App
- Control your Baha 6 Max Sound Processor directly from your smartphone.
- Adjust volume, change program and activate streaming from Cochlear™ True Wireless™ devices.
- Personalise your hearing experience.
- Receive assistance and get helpful operating tips.
- Locate a lost sound processor.
How to download the Baha Smart App?
The Cochlear Baha Smart App is free to download from the App Store in approved countries.
The Baha Smart App works with the Baha 6 Max Sound Processor and a compatible iPhone.
For up-to-date iPhone, Apple Watch and iOS compatibility, please refer to www.cochlear.com/compatibility
Use Apple Watch for quick access to adjust volume, or to change program, select a Favourite, or activate streaming from wireless devices. The Apple Watch will also display notifications such as sound processor battery warnings.
Before downloading, installing and opening the app, you need to pair your sound processor to your iPhone. This is done via your iPhone Settings. For instructions on pairing, watch our pairing animation.
Once you’ve started the App you can tap ‘Demo’ to start learning about the different functions and features, or tap ‘Get started’ to proceed with connecting the App to your sound processor.
To control your sound processor with the Baha Smart App, you will need to log in with your Cochlear Account details. If you do not have a Cochlear Account, you can create an account by tapping ‘Create account’ and following the on-screen instructions.
Once logged in, the app will go through a series of steps to ensure a secure connection can be completed. If there are any issues, instructions will be presented to you on the screen. Once complete, the app will automatically proceed to the Home screen.
Can I pair bilateral devices to my iPhone?
Yes. If you have bilateral Baha 6 Max Sound Processors, you need to pair both of your sound processors with your compatible iPhone. To do this, pair both sound processors at the same time (during the same pairing window), and ensure that they are correctly set up as a ‘left’ and a ‘right’ device.