Audm - New Yorker, Atlantic

Audm Chromebook App Download

Download Audm For Chromebook

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2016-09-02
  • Current Version: 2.22.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 266.87 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.2 or later.
Score: 4.79884
From 5,006 Ratings

How To Download Audm - New Yorker, Atlantic On Chromebook

If you're looking to Download Audm on your Chromebook laptop Then read the following guideline.

Audm presents the world's best long-form journalism, read aloud word-for-word by celebrated audiobook narrators. Listen to many hours' worth of new stories every week, from publications including: * The New York Times * 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 * First Things * The Marshall Project * Places Journal 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:



  • Terrible user interface

    By Gussie Finknottle
    This app fills me with rage. It doesn’t let you sort or filter. Search is bad. Please fix it.
  • Missing feature to skip forward quickly

    By Paisley & Argyle
    Unlike Apple Podcasts and every audio app, there isn't a bar that you can use to drag your finger along to the exact point of the track you want. You have to repeatedly tap the "skip forward 15 seconds" button. I often listen to Audm to help me sleep. So if I fall asleep at 10 minutes, it takes a long time get back to 10 minutes.
  • Amazing Idea, Horrid Technology/Experience

    By DiyaSensei
    To pay what I pay for this and it be this awful of an app STILL is just crazy. Constant skipping/glitchy audio cuts/pauses literally every single paragraph change. Absolutely cannot handle the Google Maps cutting it, half the time it either 1. skips chunks of the article during the directions being read, 2. Somehow interferes with the directions from being fully read, or 3. Both 1 and 2 occur THEN it stops reading the article entirely, AND the Google Maps directions will stop playing! Putting the infuriating playback glitches/bugs aside, the interface itself is godawful. It’s not organized in a smooth manner; the queue system is ridiculous and often doesn’t retain the order you set; and it never ever works offline for me (even the articles I downloaded in advance for that purpose). The absolute minute a comparable competitor arises, I am leaping ship eagerly, and HEAR ME OUT THERE! i will totally pay even more for a good app that does this same product!
  • The pauses are driving me mad

    By ameeryo
    Before I started using Audm I read a review saying that the pauses between paragraphs are too long and I thought, "that sounds like a nitpick. I'm sure it's fine." Then I started using the app. And the pauses bugged me. And I thought, "I'll get over it." I did not get over it. Instead it got worse. More maddening with every pause. More infuriating. More disastrous. I realized I had to delete the app the maintain my sanity. Other than that it's pretty solid. Good narrators. Would love a more comprehensive selection from my favorite magazines, but you can't have it all. I'd have stayed subscribed if not for the pauses. Good luck.
  • Incredibly buggy app

    By 00Hein
    It crashes and corrupts the queue.
  • Great App

    By Newslady101
    Love this app and some of the readers are superb! Gabra Zackman was incredible in her presentation of the Steve Bannon, American Rasputin article published by The Atlantic. The writing of this article was incredible and the reading of the article was so entertaining. This app selects high interest stories and they are all very well read. I highly recommend!
  • Too many pauses; fewer voice professionals

    By Dewey Cheatum and Howe
    I'll hang on for a while but there needs to be more content and better performers. Of late, there seems to be more and more looong pauses at the end of sentences, paragraphs and quotations. Is this because they are not using performers and instead article-writers? Whatever it is, very disappointing. I have to fan through pieces to discover ones where there are not long and distracting gaps. Missing out on some great articles as a result.
  • Cute used off-line

    By Bkbkbkuneva
    This app is great when you have an Internet connection, but contrary to how it is supposed to work it is broken and does not allow for listening without an Internet/cellular connection. I have tried contacting support five different times with no response. I deleted and reinstalled the app twice, tried to adjust any appropriate settings, but it still is in operable for off-line listening. Great idea, but needs refinement.
  • Needs some additional features.

    By alsamagra
    I love Audm for many reasons - especially the long form journalism from the New Yorker, Atlantic, NYT, Mother Jones, etc. However it would really benefit from some improvements. 1. It can be buggy and sometimes clears my history/queue unprompted. At other times it gets stuck on the same article (it keeps suggesting that I’m about to listen to an article that I listened to and cleared from my queue a couple of months ago). 2. Most frustrating is that there is no way to save certain articles that I’ve listened to and may wish to revisit later. It’d be helpful if there was a playlist feature that would allow me to sort and save different articles. 3. The content can be inconsistent. Sometimes I want to listen to all of the articles and sometimes there isn’t much added on a given day and nothing really appeals. Other times it gives you a part of a series but not all of the accompanying articles. Why only upload the introductory essay to a series on private equity firms from Mother Jones?
  • Lame interface. Some lame narratirs

    By Paid member
    Why is a gloomy, ironic story read by a sincere, sunny narrator? Why does the app so often barely function?