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The AirMini™ by ResMed app is your personal sleep therapy assistant. With the AirMini's built-in wireless Bluetooth® technology, you can set up therapy, change comfort settings and track your sleep all on your smart device.<br><br>Developed by ResMed, the world's leading provider of connected healthcare solutions, the AirMini app helps you stay in control and informed. To learn more, visit ResMed.com/AirMini.<br><br>Note: This app does not support ResMed AirSense 10 or AirCurve 10 devices.<br><br>SMARTPHONE THERAPY<br>Starting and stopping therapy is close to effortless with setup and operation all managed on your smart device. <br><br>SLEEP TRACKING<br>Daily statistics on usage hours, mask seal and events per hour are recorded for you to review after every sleep. <br><br>PERSONAL DASHBOARD<br>See how well you slept with a snapshot of your most recent therapy session posted on your dashboard. <br><br>COMFORT SETTINGS<br>Therapy pressure is set by your provider, but with adjustable comfort settings, your experience can be tailored to suit you.<br><br>GUIDED SETUP<br>Machine and mask setup tools guide you step by step from the very first day of your therapy journey. <br><br>SHARE DATA<br>The 'Upload Data to Cloud' function allows you to easily share your therapy data with your provider or physician.<br><br>TEST DRIVE<br>The Test Drive tutorial gives you a chance to try out what therapy feels like and helps troubleshoot for mask leak, so that your first night goes as smoothly as possible.
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I wish ResMed would allow data from the AirMini to be merged with data from MyAir. I have an AirMini that I travel with 40-50 nights a year and have an AirSense 10 that I use at home. I use one or the other every night, so my report should be able to show that I use my CPAP therapy 100%. However, when my doctor gets a report it only shows data from my home machine that shows i am only about 80% compliant. It seems like this could be an easy fix to allow data to flow from my AirMini through my iPhone to the MyAir cloud and be included with the data on my home machine. If I am using my CPAP therapy 100% of the time, I want my report to reflect that regardless of which machine I use.
Things may change but after reading the first positive review and before attempting to pair the AirMini I UNPLUGGED THE CORD. Then I reconnected the cord and it walked me right through the pairing process which worked perfect the first time. At first I couldn’t find the app but when attempting to pair on my own by “winging it” the process provided the link for the app. After downloading and launching the app it was a couple easy steps and it paired right away. As slick and easy as computing is in this modern life we enjoy there are still massive numbers of variables in getting tech to work right every time, first time. All companies have inevitable flaws but it is way easier to resolve them than it was a mere few years ago. I searched ResMed in the App Store and had no luck but the system took care of everything in mere moments!
Both this app for the ResMed AirMini and the myAir app for the ResMed 10 provide incorrect analysis and are therefore useless. In addition, the data reported by these apps is not available for download, so there’s no way to get a correct analysis in some other way. The problem is that these apps report numbers of device usage hours wildly at odds with reality. It seems to get confused with naps and sleep nights that start too early or too late (for shift work for example). Alternatively, it may be getting confused about time zones. In any case the reported number of usage hours rarely corresponds to reality. I suspect the developer gave up on coming up with an algorithm to correctly determine when nights are and which nights should naps apply to (which is easy enough for a human to determine when looking at the data), though the problem may lie elsewhere. This app may work if you always go to sleep before midnight, always get up before noon, and don’t take naps. Otherwise, you’ve just spent a thousand or so dollars on a good machine with bad software. Unfortunate.
Opened my regular ResMed app to check my sleep from last night and it says I need to update the app. When I hit the “Update” button it opens the App Store and to a new ResMed Mini app. Ok, so I load that app and open it. Set up is exclusively for the ResMed Mini travel device and not for my regular device. So, basically I’m up the creek without a working app for my device. Update: Developer fixed the issue I described above. Can’t really rate this Mini app since I don’t have the Mini device so I’m changing my rating from one to four stars.
I was having issues like everyone else getting my smartphone to sink up via blue tooth to the air mini device until I started unplugging the power cord and plugging it after use plugging it back in prior to using it again. It always syncs properly if I just do that. If you leave the device plugged in all day even if the machine is off, for some strange reason the Bluetooth won’t sync up automatically and needs to reset by cutting off the power source.
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AirMini™ by ResMed is ranking in Medical & Health & Fitness
Last update was at Dec 17, 2019and the current version is 1.5.6.
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