The SFMOMA Audio app offers beautifully produced stories featuring personalities not often heard in museums. Dancers, musicians, poets, and TV personalities join artists and curators in giving a series of unique takes on the art and exhibitions in our galleries. Download the app today to see (and hear) art in a whole new way.
The SFMOMA Audio app is generously supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies and powered by Cuseum.
UX improvements and bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Used to be amazing, now it’s just OK
I visited two years ago and I was impressed by how well the app worked and what it could do. When you entered a new room, new contented popped up on your screen. It had videos and interactive maps.
Now it’s just a traditional audio guide, where you enter a number an listen to the audio clip. It works fine, but the app seems a bit dated and I can’t understand why SFMOMA had a great app and throw that away. Sad!
Good content but what happened to the innovative features?
I used this today with my AirPods successfully. The content is simply fantastic but I do remember using this a while back where I could keep my phone in my pocket and it would guide me around. I had to rumble with my phone constantly today and it took away from my enjoyment. I wonder what happened.
I tried to use this app today and i couldn’t get it to work with my AirPods. I ended up listening to a few of the audio clips by turning up my volume and using it like a speaker which I thought was distracting to other guests so I stopped after 2 or 3. The few clips I did listen to were okay informationally but I found the background noise in the audio a bit distracting. The whole experience was lackluster. Great idea but poor execution.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.