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The “NPR One” App Is No More

The public radio service is introducing a more expansive mobile app

National Public Radio is sunsetting its NPR One mobile app to focus on what it calls “your one-stop mobile app destination for the best of public radio.”

Introduced on Tuesday, Dec. 13, the new app brings together features from NPR’s previous mobile apps — NPR One and the former NPR app — to offer audiences news updates, stories, interviews, podcasts, live radio and headlines in one place.

The original NPR app launched in April 2008. An updated NPR One app was launched in 2014 as a concentrated effort to blend NPR and member station news reporting into “a localized, on-demand experience,” according to a NPR press release.

The new NPR app. (Credit: NPR)

Now, the NPR app features headlines from the NPR newsroom; a library of podcasts, with curated recommendations from across public radio; access to NPR’s flagship news shows such as “Morning Edition” and “All Things Considered”; and a stream of local and national news.

“This app is a monumental achievement for public radio. It gives our audience unprecedented access to the best content from public radio all in one place,” said Emily Barocas, deputy director of NPR One.

The NPR app is available on iOS and Android mobile phones and tablets. More information is available on NPR’s about pages.

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