music player app
The Whooshi music player app has everything you love about music players and a little magic.
Create your personal audio profile in just a few minutes. Pass the hearing test, and Whooshi will do the rest, using sophisticated algorithms.
Plug sound effects in and get a new musical experience.
Portable sound amp
It will make your favorite headphones wireless and will amplify the sound.
The Whooshi amplifier fits the hand perfectly, which makes track-switching, volume- and play-controlling very simple.
It is easy and firmly fastened to clothes, so go for a run, ride your bike, and train with Whooshi.
Up to 8 hours of listening
Transmit music to any device
Qualcomm® aptX™ HD
HiFi DAC by Cirrus Logic®
Weightless and powerful
at the same time
Built-in microphone for calling
Works on all platforms
(iOS, Android, and Windows)
33 Feet Range
How does Whooshi hearing test work?
You no longer have to make it louder to hear better. The Whooshi player app will create your personal audio profile in just a few minutes.
The algorithm uses the test result and adapts the music to your hearing level, considering the headphones’ peculiarities.
Listen to the music as it was planned by the sound engineer.
The magic of Whooshi sound effects
Down with complicated equalizer settings. The Whooshi team, along with professional sound engineers, have developed ten unique musical effects.
Instant cool processing is now available not only for photos but also for your music. A variety of effects will allow you to enjoy different musical genres: from soul jazz to hard rock.
Listen to your favorite tracks with Whooshi effects.
Whooshi – perfect companion
When you play
Connect headphones wirelessly with game console.
Keep noise down at night.
When you do sport
Play sport comfortable without limits and extra wires.
Small clip is tightly attached to outfit.
When you drive
Use the audio system for calls.
Easily connect your smartphone via Bluetooth.
When you want to hear every detail
Tailor sound to your ears and hear
everything the way it’s meant to be heard.