Curio: audio journalism

Curio: audio journalism

By Curio Labs Limited

Score: 5
5
From 243 Ratings

Description

Listen to the world's best journalism on the go. At Curio, we handpick content from leading publications and turn them into beautifully narrated audio you can listen to at any time, anywhere. Find out if cats have an existential crisis, why should go on a sabbatical and whether artificial intelligence should be more or less intelligent. With Curio, you will be able to listen to professionally narrated stories from over 30 publications like The Economist, The Guardian, Financial Times, The Washington Post, Aeon Magazine among others. Join now and become the most interesting person in the room. HOW IT WORKS Download Curio and listen to 10 free tracks. After that you can select one of the following Curio Unlimited Listening subscription options: $7.99 per month $59.99 per year With Curio Unlimited Listening you will have: * Ad-free listening * Unlimited access to thousands of hours of audio from The Washington Post, Financial Times, The Economist, Aeon, The Guardian, and more. * Unlimited downloads to listen offline * Unlimited favourites and saves on stories * Personalised recommendations and curated playlists You can cancel your annual plan at any time during the first 7 days via the iTunes settings, and we won't charge you. Please note that your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours before the end of the current period (either the $7.99 at the end of your current month for the monthly plan or $59.99 at the end of your current year for the annual plan). You may manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your account settings after purchase. Any unused portion of free tracks or a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. Privacy policy: https://my.curio.io/privacy Terms of use: https://my.curio.io/terms

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Reviews

  • For busy people

    5
    By gopohoppi
    Definitely a top pick for busy people who can't afford much time to read entire the article and they also want to read only "selected" articles
  • I really do recommend it

    5
    By Nipagemini
    Have had no problem with the app. It works amazing and genuinely makes my "reading progress" easier than ever
  • Top notch

    5
    By Kathleen_IN
    I get a lot of information in when reading is impossible. Simple to use and easy to cancel the subscription if you are no longer interested in listening to audio articles
  • Hands down the best

    5
    By Patricia@471
    Quality is more important than quantity. That's what I've always heard from my teacher, my mom and my friends for a long time. Life is actually short, listen to what matters guys
  • 100% satisfaction

    5
    By Vann Mia 94
    It works quite good to help me listen to my favorite articles and do my chore at the same time. Well worth the price
  • Truly impressive

    5
    By C_Olivia1989
    Allows me to save a specific article to listen later and I also can share it to my friends easily. Haven't found any downsides yet. Keep up the good work
  • Way better than reading as usual

    5
    By samantha ava
    Curio had been one of my favorite apps. I'm constantly driving and this app allows me to listen to new articles while on the road. I wish they could add more articles about Cooking & Health
  • It's pretty good

    5
    By moapOrin
    I'm a picky reader and this app is exactly what I was looking for. The subscription cost is reasonable and well worth every cent I've spent
  • I prefer listening than reading

    5
    By ChikkPub
    My go to app for listening to most curated articles from more than a dozen of publications and I'm able to download the article I love for listening without having an internet connection. That's so great
  • What a wonderful app

    5
    By WuubiVera
    Actually reading an article is quite time-consuming and requires a lot of your concentration if you don't want to easily forget what you've read. That's the reason why we should switch to listening instead of reading

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