Adum is a new app for the iPhone and iPad that offers a long-list of audiobook narrators that you can listen to; that include websites like The Atlantic, WIRED, New York Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar and many other publications.
With Adum, you have the ability to add stories to your playlist, download them, and then later listen to them on the go — even if you have no internet connection. You can also jump to certain paragraphs within each story as well, and even choose the exact narration speed you want your device to read to you, and can choose between it being slow, medium or fast.
But something to take into consideration, is that this app does have a trial. And afterward, you will get charged $6.99 a month, in order to access the whole entire Adum catalogue of news publications. But of course you can cancel anytime through your iTune’s account if you want to, and don’t always have to go through with the subscription even if it renews itself.
So if you think the new Adum app is something you could see yourself downloading and using, then you can always be sure to check out its main page at the App Store, where it’s currently going for free for any iPhone or iPad with an iOS 9.0 or later.