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NPR One is a handcrafted stream of audio stories. Public radio made personal.

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NPR One is news,magazines, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit NPR website who developed it. apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 4303+ times on store. You can also download APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

NPR One is a whole new way to listen to stories, shows, and podcasts from NPR and your local public radio station.

It’s public radio made personal.

A handcrafted experience.
NPR One starts with the latest headlines then moves to a flow of stories that matter - narratives that increase your understanding, create connections, enrich your life and enliven your mind. All thoughtfully curated by hand, every day.

Always learning from you.
Just pop in your ear buds, tap your phone and NPR One starts flowing. And NPR One gets to know you. Skip what you don't want, or tap the lightbulb to say a story is interesting. We'll turn NPR One into your own personal radio station.

Love to listen on the go? Get the most out of NPR One with Android Auto and Android Wear. Skip, pause, and search at a glance without even touching your phone.
Staying at home? You can Chromecast NPR One to your TV or Cast for Audio devices. 

Personal, not prescriptive.
Though your stream is personalized to deliver the stories you want, you’ll still hear the top news of the day and the stories you had no idea would captivate you.

Connected locally.
Even with the breadth of public radio at your fingertips, you won’t lose touch at home. Local news is woven seamlessly into your listening experience. Local stories, locally reported, are delivered daily. Community is everything.

• A personalized stream of NPR and local station news and stories
• Skip, rewind, pause and share
• Search for your favorite shows, programs and podcasts
• International, national, regional and local content
• A simple, intuitive interface
• Sleep timer with five presets

It’s simple. It’s intuitive. It’s there for you. (Wherever ‘there’ is.)

As fast as the world is changing the way it listens to public radio, NPR One is changing the way we deliver it. NPR is here to deliver the public radio experience wherever you are. Whenever you can connect.

Here we go. It’s NPR One.

*Data Protection Choices*

At NPR, we understand how important privacy is to you, and we are committed to transparency about how we collect, use and share your information. Please take a moment to read our privacy policy:

By downloading this app:
*You agree to NPR's terms of use, available at
*You acknowledge that NPR may process your personal data as described in NPR's privacy policy, available at
*You agree that NPR uses devices identifiers, tracking technologies, and information about the device you use to access NPR's apps to enhance your viewing, listening, and user experience, personalize content, personalize messages from NPR's sponsors, provide social media features, and analyze NPR's traffic. This information is shared with social media services, sponsorship, analytics, and other third-party service providers. See details in NPR's privacy policy.

App ChangeLog

  • We know performance matters, so we’ve re-architected and rewritten major portions of the app experience with the goal of resolving bugs and making it easier for us to bring you future updates faster.

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  1. Adrian Babilinski-avatar

    Adrian Babilinski

    I love everything about it except that it crashes when I connect my Bluetooth device

  2. Haley Saunders-avatar

    Haley Saunders

    Haven't used it yet but the UI is 1000x better than the npr news app.

  3. Deni Popluharova-avatar

    Deni Popluharova

    Great content and I'm a donor but the app is not user friendly with Samsung Galaxy 20. The podcasts I follow don't show on the top and I have to look for them. When I leave the podcast, it's hard to come back to it and it doesn't remember where I stopped. It starts from the beginning. The back button takes you 15 sec back but no similar forward button to skip over ads. When the downloaded podcast finishes, the app doesn't automatically go to the next downloaded episode.

  4. Kevin Harris-avatar

    Kevin Harris

    The app is better than the previous version, but I think forces prioritization of current NPR news content over whatever the user was last listening to. Just this morning, I paused a podcast to go do some other things, and when I returned to resume the app skips to the hourly news. It's pretty annoying, and borderline makes the app useless for podcasts. Plus, the "Listen All" feature for podcasts doesn't consistently play podcasts in ascending chronological order.

  5. Mais S-avatar

    Mais S

    Great content but they made a lot of changes in the UI which made the app NOT driving friendly - 1) Autolaunch restarts with today's news instead of continuing the program you were listening to. You have to look into Recently Heard to get back to your program and the program restarts from the beginning instead of where you left off. 2) Downloaded Listen Later no longer plays in a series. Instead, it plays the first then goes into the news - never returns to my Listen Later list.

  6. Jordan B-avatar

    Jordan B

    Major bugs to fix: -Thinks I live in DC. Lost location detection. Closing; close, force stop; & uninstall-reinstall didn't fix. Uninstall-resintal fixed for one day, then it switched back from Miami to DC. -Cant change location w/o sign-in. -Followed shows list is constantly wrong & ever-changing. -Recent playback issues. Add please: -Forward skip button . -Faster play would be great.

  7. Corey Stradling-avatar

    Corey Stradling

    Great idea, horrible execution. While it curates content, it's probably the worse podcast player I've ever had the misfortune of using. Constantly skips to the next item with no way to return to where you were. Constant issues across platforms. It's the app, not the device.

  8. Teppo Dama-avatar

    Teppo Dama

    I love it for access to local and national NPR and affiliate content, but it keeps just... stopping. The phone didn't go to sleep. The app didn't close. The internet connection didn't drop. It just pauses itself, and sometimes even loses track of where in the segment it was, so I have to either start over or hunt for the last thing I heard.

  9. Terry O'Connor-avatar

    Terry O'Connor

    Clunky app. I basically use it to listen to planet money. I have to look each time for my favorite show. The app needs a overhaul programmer nerds: check out the "CBC listen app" the Canadians did it better. Also for you NPR listeners there are some great shows for your ear holes like; spark, the debaters (comedians debating silly things) laugh out loud, podcast playlist, day 6, and more...

  10. Hilary Brown-avatar

    Hilary Brown

    My echo has been repeating "up next, a news update from your local npr station" since last night. It will not move on to the next story. There is no news update. There's just that repeated line. There's some issue with npr one and alexa. It is SO ANNOYING. I actually need to listen to the news, not just a voice telling me news is coming like a dystopian nightmare.