ABC listen to replace existing ABC Radio app

Staff Writer

The ABC has launched new audio app ABC listen, offering an improved digital experience or live streaming and on-demand content.  

Replacing the existing ABC Radio app, ABC listen offers enhanced navigation, search functions and personalisation. The main feature changes include a redesigned home page, trending podcasts and personal playlists.

“Our previous Radio app has proved extremely popular since its launch in 2012 and this new app marks a major step forward in our ability to provide seamless and easy-to-navigate access to our enormous range of on-demand and live audio content,” said Michael Mason, ABC director of radio.

ABC listen provides access to 45 ABC radio stations and audio networks across the ABC’s four national networks, as well as over 130 programs and podcasts.

Additionally, ABC has also announced the release of two new podcasts. Ladies, We Need To Talk is an eight-part series presented by Yumi Stynes, while six-part series How Do You Sleep At Night? is presented by triple j Hack’s Sarah McVeigh. 

ABC listen is available now for free download via the Apple Store and Google Play.

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Stephen Fifer
8 Sep 2020 - 1:28 pm

I am frustrated that the app continually drops out and interrupts my listening experience.

4 Mar 2021 - 10:34 pm

Your new app requires registration, signing in, WTF you are a public broadcaster tax payer funded why should I have to sign in to be able to take full advantage of all the programing content?
I refuse to do this so stick your app where you like.


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