Audm - New Yorker, Atlantic

Download Audm - New Yorker, Atlantic for PC

By Listen In Audio Inc.

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2016-09-02
  • Current Version: 1.6.12
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 45.43 MB
  • Developer: Listen In Audio Inc.
Score: 4.5
From 1,060 Ratings

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Audm - New Yorker, Atlantic for PC Description

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 * New York Magazine * BuzzFeed News * Vanity Fair * POLITICO Magazine * Esquire * The Daily Beast * The New York Review of Books * Outside Magazine * Backchannel * ProPublica * London Review of Books * The Atavist * Texas Monthly * Epic Magazine * Foreign Policy * The Texas Observer * The Times Literary Supplement * Harper's Bazaar * Marie Claire * Road & Track * Popular Mechanics * First Things * Tablet Magazine * Pacific Standard * Guernica * World Policy Journal * The Bitter Southerner * 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 $6.99/month for access to the entire Audm catalogue. 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 use and privacy policy:


  • Decent, Could be Better

    By bkd1
    I like the content for the most part. I love being able to listen to long form articles! Some of the readers have an affectation which is not necessarily desirable, it can at sometimes be distracting. But this app has 2 major glitches: 1. It does not turn off. My phone battery and headphones ran way down in my purse. I turned it off and clicked out several times to no avail. I had to remove and reinstall. 2. When one story ends suddenly an unfinished one starts. I tried to adjust it but it keeps happening. Makes no sense. Who wants to finish one and have the middle of another thrust upon us? Maybe the unfinished one was a bore? I applaud Audm for starting up! There should be an article/short story app.
  • Great idea

    By Cakarelli
    Just signed up for this app. So far so good...
  • My favorite app ever!

    By mariblan30
    Audm changed my life! I am subscribed to a few mags (The New Yorker, New York, etc.) but have always had that nagging anxiety not having enough time to thoroughly read them. Enter AUDM- the pressure is gone! I now listen to the articles all the time- cooking, cleaning, exercising...And it put some new publications on my radar I was previously not familiar with (like Atavist and Outside for example.) I had some problems with the app initially, but contacted the developers and they walked me through fixing those, very patiently and graciously. I tell about Audm all my friends and family, and a few people are now subscribers. Thank you Audm!
  • If you're anything like me, you need this.

    By realitylover
    I love listening to podcasts and audiobooks. But there is absolutely no way I am going to subscribe to (undeniably excellent) paper magazines and then sit down to read them. When I have a magazine subscription, the magazines just pile up and mock me for not reading them. Audm is the solution. I can now enjoy wonderful articles from The Atlantic, The New Yorker and the surprisingly great Outside magazine—plus many other quality publications. Everything is read by pros, you can see the text scroll as it's read, it's easy to rewind or go to the beginning of a paragraph, you can speed up or slow down the reading... it's a great interface. And it costs less than even one magazine subscription would. I love Audm, and I'm sure you will, too.
  • Audm Gets Better and Better

    By StAgnesEve0
    I have subscribed to Audm for several months now and the app, while still a little glitchy, just keeps improving. I am somewhat visually impaired, and it is a real pleasure to have the New Yorker, the Atlantic, the NYRB, the London Review of Books and other quality journalism read aloud to me. Audm has become my indispensable app and I listen every day.
  • This app has changed my walk to work

    By adjrfi
    It’s so great to know I can always find something worthwhile and expressively read to listen to as I walk to work. Excellent selection from all the publications I would read if I had more time. And then if I take the subway home, I can instantly find the spot where I left off listening and switch to reading mode.
  • Great content, clunky app

    By Bartlett St. Steve
    I must agree with Greatdreamer1980’s original review (written over a year ago) - those same problems still persist: frequent crashes, poor bookmarking, completely inadequate internal search engine, the list goes on and on. Sadly, I can only continue to pay if this disaster is updated. As it is, it’s not worth 99¢ (and the actual price is $6.99 MONTHLY!). Greatdreamer1980 must have been paid off to change his review, and it is to the credit of the developers that they have allowed the original one to stand. It is still completely accurate in my experience.
  • If you like audiobooks, you’ll love Audm!

    By Audio and Podcast Addict
    I am an audiobook addict, and I was so excited to discover Audm. It’s like having an audio subscription to the best magazine journalism out there at a much lower price than subscribing to the audio versions of the magazines individually, and not all are even available that way. Audm almost always has the articles I want to read, and the app is easy to use.
  • Sir

    By Hugh Bigg
    For someone who walks for exercise and enjoyment, Adam is the perfect companion. An hour long walk will not only improve my health but also my world view! The stories on Adum are ones that I would normally read anyway, so it also opens up time that I can other things ... i love this app!
  • Audm

    By ziatam
    I will not continue with a paid subscription after the free trial period ends. The first and only article I tried to listen to, from the New Yorker, stopped and stuttered and skipped repeatedly like an old LP. Clearly there are still significant bugs to be worked out.