Audm - New Yorker, Atlantic

Audm - New Yorker, Atlantic

By Listen In Audio Inc.

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2016-09-02
  • Current Version: 2.5.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 214.07 MB
  • Developer: Listen In Audio Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.2 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 1,532 Ratings


Audm presents the world's best long-form journalism, read aloud word-for-word by celebrated audiobook narrators. Listen to hours' worth of new stories every week, from publications including: * The New Yorker * The Atlantic * WIRED * Rolling Stone * The New Republic * New York Magazine * BuzzFeed News * Vanity Fair * The New Republic * The Daily Beast * The New York Review of Books * Outside Magazine * ProPublica * London Review of Books * The Atavist * Texas Monthly * Epic Magazine * The Texas Observer * The Times Literary Supplement * The Bitter Southerner * POLITICO Magazine * Esquire * Backchannel * Foreign Policy * Harper's Bazaar * Marie Claire * Road & Track * Popular Mechanics * First Things * Tablet Magazine * Pacific Standard * Guernica * World Policy Journal * The Marshall Project * The American Scholar * Places Journal * Coda Story * The Morning News Add stories to your playlist to download them, then listen on the go -- even with no Internet connection. Within a story, jump to any paragraph by tapping on it. Choose the narration speed you like best. After your free trial you will be charged. Payment will be handled through your iTunes account. The first charge will occur when your trial ends. Your subscription will automatically renew 24 hours before the end of each subscription period. You may cancel your subscription by going to iOS Settings > iTunes & App Stores > Apple ID > View Apple ID > Subscriptions > Manage. If you cancel in the middle of a subscription period, your cancelation will become effective at the end of that period. Terms of Service: Privacy Policy:



  • Giving up podcasts

    By pburenki
    I love a couple of hours before bedtime hearing interesting magazine articles. Since Audm I’ve just about given up podcasts.
  • Great idea but poor execution

    By berbereberhe
    What a promising app this is but alas it’s terribly executed from a dev perspective. If you pause and navigate to another application the app stops working all together for sometimes minutes and other times hours. Usually restarting your phone works but clearly not what anyone is in the mood to do. In addition the Download feature doesn’t actually download on your phone for offline access. After you download and try to access offline (on a plane for ex), it tries to buffer and connect with predictably no result. Often though downloaded content disappears all together. Sighhhh I had major hopes for Audm :/
  • Curio is better software

    By GJGS
    I wish I could bookmark articles to listen to later without the app automatically downloading them. Still, this app is much much better than it used to be (frequent crashing and losing track of progress) and I appreciate the improvements.
  • Needs better integration with iOS, but still great

    By Stuart Wilder
    I listen to this all the time, and as a result am much better informed. However this needs better integration with iOS so you do not have to keep returning to the app to restart a story or move to a new one. It also needs a Watch app.
  • The best investment

    By Petuniamarie
    I feel like I’m living my dream. Being visually impaired, there are times when I feel boring and uninformed and rely on a few smart friends to read the Atlantic or the New Yorker. This app makes me feel complete. Thank you!
  • Needs tweaking

    By bkd1
    I’m a big fan of audible, it allows me to “read” many more books than I have time to, listening to anything that strikes my fancy. As soon as the New Yorker started the experiment online with the long form podcasts I jumped to get Audm! What could be better? I am writing this because I think it could be better. My chief complaint is with some of the readers. It’s really hit or miss with certain ones simply ruining the experience for me. I like the quirkinesses if some of the articles. Audm had a great start. But now I find myself getting frustrated with the presentation. I wind up cutting it off in the middle-going to a new book in audible. I keep checking Audm. I see this app as a work in progress.
  • Audm is a failure

    By Alice McC
    Audm is a fraud. Limited and lame articles. Impossible to get rid of and to stop access and stop them stealing your money
  • Truly excellent!!!!

    By egretsrus
    There is a broad choice of periodicals and articles to cull from. The readers are top-notch actors, among the most popular with Audible users. Now you can filter articles by length...and I can verify that if you contact the developers of this app they will get back to you within 24 hours, almost always, and you will get a kind email with the answer to your question. What’s not to love?
  • Yes!

    By TSinOz
    What an excellent idea! I don’t have time to read all of the long articles I want to read - and now narrators with great voices can read them to me while I drive to work! I have not yet heard a voice I did not like, which is so important. The range of publications and articles is so extensive it’s actually hard to choose. Now I just need more time in my commute. My only suggestion is a way to delete the article from the feed once you’ve listened. But otherwise, well done and thank you, Audm.
  • Turn Your Commute Into Your Favorite Part of Your Day.

    By JJP33
    I love this App. It turns that New Yorker article you wanted to read but didn’t have time to read into a podcast you can listen to in the shower, or in your car, or on the subway, or walking to work, or while doing the dishes, or whatever. Amazing content, great interface. Makes life better.