Hark Audio 12+

The best of podcasts‪.‬

Hark Audio Inc

    • 4.0 • 65 Ratings
    • Free

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The best of podcasts.

Hark is an new way to experience the best of podcasts. Time Magazine included it in its "Best Inventions of 2021" list and Hark was recently featured as "New & Noteworthy" in the App Store.

Here’s how it works: Hark editors curate genius podcast moments into ‘Harklists’ - podcast mixtapes - that let you discover new voices, stories, perspectives… and new podcasts!

We create Harklists on everything from “History’s Most Audacious Heists,” to “Unleash Your Inner Optimist,” “NBA Weekly,” “Little Known New York Food History,” “Celebrating Joan Didion” and so much more.

Every week, you’ll receive “Your Weekly Hark” - a Harklist of podcast moments curated just for you.

And of course, you can use Hark to listen to all of your favorite podcasts too. Hark is an easy-to-use, full-featured podcast player that lets you choose your listening speed, create a queue, pick up where you left off and listen on CarPlay or smart speakers.


Tune in to Hark Daily and tap into the most zeitgeisty podcast conversations of the day.

Explore the expanding array of Harklists on everything from Books, Comedy and Science to Tech, Food, Sports, History and more.

Experience “Curated by Podcasters” Harklists, created by the hosts of favorite podcasts like Song Exploder, Nice Try and Rough Translation.
When you love a clip, tap “Play Full Episode” to continue listening.

Bookmark episodes, Harklists and clips into your queue to listen to later.

Import your current podcast subscriptions from Spotify and Apple Podcasts with the click of a button.

Make your own podcast clips and Harklists.

Enjoy a weekly playlist of podcast moments, chosen just for you.

Listen on your mobile device, in your car and voice-controlled speakers.

All in a beautiful free app curated by people who love podcasts too.

Let your ears wander with Hark!

What’s New

Version 1.6.8

We've updated the home page of Hark with enhanced personalized recommendations for Harklists, podcasts and episodes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
65 Ratings

65 Ratings

vegathavillain ,

App is pretty great so far

App works well and has a nice aesthetic, i haven't listened to much besides the podcasts I imported from apple.

One bug I’ve come across in the profile section, if I hit the history tab then the activity tab the app instantly crashes.

Also it would be great if the app kept your place in the last podcast you listened to, i was about 70% through a 3 hour podcast on Friday and by today the app completely forgot about that and I had to search for where I left off.

Other than that it’s pretty great so far.

Zig029 ,

Great podcast discovery tool.

A lifeboat on the open sea of millions of podcasts.
The way topics and clips from podcasts are organized makes it easy to navigate; on a recent weekend I learned more about topical subjects (NFT’s and the Electoral College) by sampling a few short clips on each from different podcasts, ran across a fresh interview with one of my favorite authors on a podcast I didn’t know existed, and dug into some music topic archives where I learned about the Beatles and the roots of “back masking”, and how the Beastie Boys recorded their first single.

Fun community way to discover new podcasts, hear highlights about new topics from a variety of podcasts and points of view, and dig deep into topics.

mspassell ,

It’s the best.

I am a podcast NUT and Hark is the app that my brain would have dreamed up if it could have. It’s beautiful and is chock-full of podcast moments I can’t find anywhere else, literally, and that I can’t stop listening to. A Harkllist, like the Song Exploder one, took me to another place. I pretty much forgot where I was when I was listening to it. I think this is solving the podcast discoverability problem for both listeners and podcasters. Spending time in Hark is such a treat…it’s impossible to not be moved by what you hear, impossible not to take something away with you when you leave.

App Privacy

The developer, Hark Audio Inc, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Identifiers

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Search History
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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