Noopl in the Press

Here’s what the press is saying about Noopl

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“Noopl is the smartest gadget at CES 2021 — and I really want one”

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“If you struggle to hear conversations in a bustling restaurant or busy supermarket, Noopl might just save you a fortune on hearing aids.”

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“This ingenious iPhone gadget lets you focus on conversations in noisy environments...Very impressive!”

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“While we might not be spending our evenings in noisy restaurants, this can also help users hear better at the store where masks muffle speech.”

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“Noopl looks like one of the more interesting hardware startups to come out of CES”

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“This could seriously reduce the instances of “what did you say?” once we get together again.”

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“Noopl works with your iPhone to improve the way you hear other people.”

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“Not recognizing the acoustic and physiological origins of the problem lead many couples to assume the worst from their partner.”

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“...allows you to easily and very accurately reduce the background noises within any crowded areas so that you can better listen to what those that are accompanying you are saying.”

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"It doesn’t silence everybody else, but it does give clarity and prominence to the voice you want. It’s like a focusing device for sound."

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"Noopl offers users a simple, affordable solution to address a common problem – hearing clearly in background noise."

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“It works incredibly well. We were really blown away by what’s in it. It’s got improved speech processing featuring Chatable AI 2.0...We got a chance to test it out. We really loved it. The directional thing works awesome and it can enhance if you’re somebody who has like me tinnitus or somebody who sometimes has trouble hearing isn’t quite perfect anymore, this can help you especially in noisy areas. Highly recommend it.”

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“The uses are never-ending...  After just a few hours using the pocket-sized Noopl, it’s easy to see the tremendous results.”

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"Noopl’s continual dedication to their customer’s ability to experience meaningful connections is what sets them apart. They’re constantly looking to enhance their products so that nobody will miss a thing when communicating with others."

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Interview with Fred Fishkin: Noopl creates assisted hearing technology using iPhone and AirPod Pro

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Scott Hickman and Dr. Tim Trine discuss the benefits and use cases of Noopl, and how it is already massively helping people with difficulty hearing, in an easy and straightforward way.

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"This is a great product for somebody who's interested in hearing better in background noise but not quite ready for hearing aids."

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"The Noopl device still delivered well for me streaming a very clear speech signal even in competing levels of noise."

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Audiologist Matthew Allsop reviews Noopl for Hearing Tracker.

"If you are someone who wants to improve your hearing in noisy environments but aren’t quite ready for hearing aids, the Noopl iPhone accessory is ideal."

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Awards

Tom’s Guide: Best Startup

Newsweek: Best of CES

"Noopl will be music to the ears of anyone who’s ever struggled to have a conversation in a restaurant, coffee shop or other public space, and all it takes is an add-on for the phone you already have."

PCMagazine: TechX Awards 

The Most Innovative Products and Technologies of CES 2021

TechHive: Best of CES

“Say what? Hearing loss is no joke once you hit the magic age of 40, but a new gadget debuting at CES could make for a more effective alternative to a hearing aid”