By Curio Labs Limited
I subscribed to curio due to failing vision. Your stuff is hard to see and read for vision impaired. Make everything bold so with poor eyesight can see things! I find offerings scant and few current offerings. Don Baack
Success would be to publish audio versions of good journalism. This app seems to think its job is surfacing audio versions garbage blogposts or d-rate podcasts. Less of the garbage and more good journalism and writing.
Waste of money. Very small library. They automatically opt you in for a year subscription following the trial instead of a month which cost me a lot of money for something I didn’t want. It feels incredibly scammy.
Not really sure why my “preferences” include troves of opinion articles or those associated with self help, entertainment and wellness. Any shot of adding pertinent financial times or Wall Street journal articles?
I’m a victim. Just what you wanted to see. A 53 year old here, who’s mother plopped me in front of TV as a babysitter. Mom unknowingly confessed this when speaking to me with my kids upbringing. “Plop them in front of the TV and you are good for hours.” My response? “Mom, no wonder!” Thinking of my addiction to the boob tube. Subsequently reading is not my favorite but when I ever find the time, although always too short, I enjoy it! This app seems to bridge the need for technology while “reading” articles and keeping me current in so many areas. Thank you and well done.
Just what I was looking for!
Reads the material in a hyper deliberate and distracting tone. Could not bear to get through the full article.
It’s what I want. The articles are interesting and they come from an intellectual perspective that is biased toward a British viewpoint. That’s fine with this American.
So much to learn
It’s amazing that I can access articles from so many news sources in one app! And I love that I can just listen to stories on the go. And the fact that content on the app is curated means I don’t have to search through dozens of news articles on the web to find just what I’m looking for. Bravo!