Curio: hear great journalism

Curio: hear great journalism

By Curio Labs Limited

Score: 4.5
From 481 Ratings


Curio is the best way to listen to audio journalism from leading, trusted newspapers and magazines, anytime, anywhere. CURATED. NARRATED. RELIABLE Listen to narrated articles on the go. Download now and discover curated stories from over 30 publications, including The Guardian, Financial Times, The Economist, Bloomberg, BoF, Inc., The Washington Post, Aeon and many more. LISTEN ON THE GO. ALL IN ONE PLACE. Uncover new ideas, people and current news that are shaping the world we live in. We'll keep you up to date whether you are relaxing at home, going for a run or shopping. Understand everything, from Brexit to Trump, from artificial intelligence to how your brain works - we have something for everyone. Enjoy short listens, long-form journalism, business insights, philosophy, fashion, world news and much more. A world of journalism and ideas is waiting for you. DISCOVER AUDIO FROM THE WORLD'S TOP MAGAZINES AND LEADING NEWSPAPERS. ALL IN ONE PLACE. We have three different options for you: Free - Listen to 10 free tracks of your choice Monthly premium - $7.99/month Annual premium - $59.99/year, our most popular and cost-effective plan with a 7-day free trial (Don't like it? Cancel it before the end of the trial, and you won't be charged) Premium features: Ad-free listening Unlimited access to thousands of hours of audio from Bloomberg, The Economist, The Guardian, Financial Times, The Business of Fashion and more Unlimited downloads to listen offline Unlimited bookmarks and saves on stories Personalised recommendations and curated playlists Please note that your subscription plan 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 subscription plan and turn off auto-renewal by going to your iTunes 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: Terms of use:



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    By Roggie Irce
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  • Figured out how to speed it up

    By GoodLuckNatalie
    I initially rated this low because the pace was so slow and I didn’t see a way to speed it up, but support contacted me several times to let me know how to speed it up so I am updating the review.
  • Queue

    By TomWhalen
    I have become addicted to Curio, but no whenever I try to open my queue, it crashes. Am I alone in this?
  • I’m at lost for words

    By what🙀
    I am addicted to Curio worth every DIME so happy I ran across this app.....
  • Superb app

    By akv186
    I have a hard time forcing myself to sit down and read but have an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. Curio is the solution- keeping me up to date while I am traveling, going to work, or just laying in bed. Glad it exists and am looking forward to its expansion and growth!
  • Really wonderful articles

    By ScottEdwards200
    Well read
  • Not Journalism

    By rokseaksyourmoney
    Looking at a list of the alleged journalistic publications are fake news. If you’re a conservative American forget about this app just look at where the articles are from Financial Times, Economist and Washington Post. The developers might as well have added the DNC press releases as “news” sources to spread their propaganda. The articles you’re listening to are through the eyes of liberal fake news reporters so they’re guaranteed to be pro-liberal pro-global and anti-conservative and anti-trump. Just listen to cnn or msnbc!!!
  • Great way of getting news in the busy world

    By Divster
    I have been using curio every single day for the past month and it’s a fantastic app for getting the important news for me. I really enjoy the application despite some bugs here and there. I really would enjoy if they have a beta program as they could squash bugs even faster.
  • Still pretty buggy

    By AJ_Grant
    In my first 5 minutes using this app it was very buggy. Apple Watch app crashes, playback controls get confused easily and even signing up for a subscription returns an error message.
  • Scam

    By adambshane
    Got tricked into subscribing to have stories from the same three publications read to me over and over. Complete waste of money. I’m stuck with it for a year because I forgot to cancel. Don’t take the bait.