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Description

The best moments from great podcasts, hand-curated for you.

Hark is a new way to experience the best of podcasts. Hark editors are podcast-obsessives who clip moments of podcast genius and curate them into Harklists - our own take on podcast mixtapes. Each day, we create Harklists to make you laugh, give you multiple perspectives on a topic, and find your next favorite show. All in less time than it takes to listen to a single episode.

And when you love a clip so much you don’t want it to stop, Hark will play you the full episode, and you can even subscribe to the podcast. Because, oh yeah, Hark’s a full-featured podcast app too. And it's free.

What you can do on Hark:

LISTEN

Listen to Hark Daily, our editors’ favorite moments in news, culture and more, curated each day.

Explore the expanding array of Harklists on topics including News, Politics, Music, Science, Comedy, Business, Tech, Books, Sports, Pop Culture, Health & Wellness, Food, Art, and more.

Experience “Best of” Harklists featuring the greatest moments from our favorite podcasts, like RadioLab, Reply All and Baby Geniuses

DISCOVER

When you love a clip, tap “Continue Listening” to hear the full episode. 

Subscribe to your favorite podcasts to get the latest episodes in Hark.

Get suggestions for podcasts to subscribe to, based on the Harklists and clips that you listen to on Hark.

CREATE & SHARE

Create your own Harklists and clips, adding your own audio intros - to make your own meta-podcast. 

Share Harklists and clips you love with pals - no more “go to 52:37 to hear this amazing moment.”

What’s New

Version 1.2.6

Minor under the hood enhancements make this the best Hark yet.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

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.

Tom Ruprecht ,

You Need This

If you feel like you’re drowning in podcasts people insist you should be listening to, I have one more recommendation that’s ironically going to solve your problem.

Hark curates the best of podcasting world allowing you to catch the stuff you truly NEED to hear. The interesting factoids that will intrigue you. The hilarious stories that you can share with friends. I get it, you only have time for the good stuff—Hark gets you the good stuff.

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 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

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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