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7 best audio porn and audio erotica apps

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Audio erotica is having its moment in the spotlight. Erotica apps, sex podcasts, audiobook smut, and audio porn voice actors on Patreon. Listeners are spoiled for choice in this relatively new medium.

Auditory experiences are becoming popular everywhere through things like guided meditation and education, so bringing that offering to our porn experience makes a lot of sense. Because of a complete lack of visual stimulation, listeners can visualize what they want to or simply go with the flow of the story.

Though it existed before 2020, audio porn hit its stride during the lockdown whereby humans everywhere were starved for connection. Now that we’re back together, though, the interest in audio porn appears to have only grown. This genre was typically targeted towards cis women in the beginning, with apps such as Ferly, and has now expanded far past that to become much more diverse — but, like most industries, audio porn still has a way to go.

There are dozens upon dozens of options out there, and while Ferly is moving away from erotic audio into more sexual wellness audio guides, here are some of the top audio porn providers with plenty of erotic content to enjoy.

Dipsea

For a diverse range of stories and soundscapes

Free 7-day trial; $69.99/year (no monthly option)

9Rating
Our #1 overall recommendation
There’s a little bit of everything for the audio porn generalist here, and there’s enough variety in the available content that anyone could enjoy the app. The yearly price is a bit steeper than the other options on this list, though, so if that’s a dealbreaker, you do have other options that are all highly enjoyable.

Content: Dipsea has three categories: Stories, Wellness, and Sleep. Stories are where you’ll find all of the audio erotica episodes. Wellness provides different lessons and series on things like guided self-touch, calming your mind and body, and exploring your limits. The Sleep category provides listeners with a few different items: 30-minute “soundscapes” which provide soothing sounds, like rainfall and fire crackling, “sleepovers” with different narrators guiding you to sleep, “dreamscapes” with different narrators talking you through destinations, and creative bedtime stories to end your evening with. Lengths of Dipsea’s available content vary, but most audios are under 20 minutes long.

Categories: Categories of different kinks, relationships, voices, vibes, and more are listed as tags to explore within the app. I was pleased with the variety within the available tags, and it appears that Dipsea is making an effort to add more representation in their catalog with the addition of a Trans & Non-Binary tag. Some of the standout tags are Black Voices, Latinx Voices, Asian Voices, Bisexual, and Disability. It recently started up a Greek Mythology story, and there are a couple of spooky/witchy-themed stories.

Accessibility: Overall, the app was easy to use and understand. I never felt lost or like I couldn’t find the story I was looking for. The search function is simple and comprehensive — you can search for a tag, voice actor, or a specific story title. Audios do not have transcripts, but there are separate stories to read within the app. Audios can be downloaded for offline listening, and during a listening session, you can add stories to the queue so you aren’t fumbling with the app in between audios.

Variety of voices: The voice actors Dipsea employs have great voices and are coached well during recordings. In the audio I listened to, there was a wide variety of accents, tones, and gender expressions.

Inclusivity and diversity: There was a welcome amount of diversity within the episode imagery and illustration in-app, which reflects the diversity within the audios themselves. There’s still room for Dipsea to grow, as the category for ‘Him + Her’ with voices from white actors still has the most content available, but real efforts are being made.

Quality: All of the audio recordings I listened to were of very high quality; it’s clear the production team at Dipsea knows what its doing and can provide great production value. Some stories are standalone, while others spread a more detailed story over as many as 20 episodes. The writing quality is solid and provides enough detail to ground you in the story without being distracted from the characters themselves.

Quinn

For those into male domination and male moaning

Price: $4.99/month; $2.99/month equivalent with an annual subscription

8Rating
A great choice for male moaning lovers
If the layout of the app doesn’t confuse you, Quinn is a great choice — especially if praise, MDom, and a little bit of male moaning is your thing. The price is very reasonable and the appeal of more audios by TikTok creators and even celebrities (hello, Jesse Williams!) is a huge pull.

Quinn’s Bread and Butter is erotic audio, and this is strictly the type of content it offers on its app. Quinn also provides custom playlists for different moods and themes, including one that highlights queer actors and another for supernatural vibes.

Categories: There is a long list of categories with plenty of options for anyone within relationships, kink, age, gender, and more. A unique feature of Quinn’s categories is that some of them relate to specific sounds within the audio, and you can choose to listen to the audio with no sound effects or those specifically with sound effects. Categories can be sorted alphabetically; the categories with the most audio are praise, boyfriend, and MDom (male domination).

Accessibility: Admittedly, I found the app to be a bit overwhelming and claustrophobic. Despite Quinn going with an understated and simple app design, there’s just so much to choose from that I found myself scrolling through all the content and not choosing anything for quite a while. Many different categories and scroll directions demand your attention, so unless you know exactly what you’re looking for, you might get a bit lost like I did. Audios do not have transcripts to go alongside them.

Variety of voices: There’s a voice on Quinn for everyone, with plenty of diverse voices and gender expressions. This is something Quinn markets itself for, and it’s fitting. Because Quinn has more of a community-like feel to it, the voice actors are representative of their community of listeners.

Inclusivity and diversity: There’s certainly a diverse catalog of kinks and general interests in Quinn, and the voice actors come from diverse backgrounds. Quinn is very inclusive in many directions, but I did notice a lack of representation for neurodiverse listeners, plus-size listeners, and those with disabilities. Room to grow!

Quality: The overall production value of Quinn’s audio is very professional and well done. The audio is crisp and the volume balance is appropriate. It’s unclear whether or not voice actors write their own scripts or if there’s a Quinn team writing the audios, but the scripts have a lot of variety and room for play.

Bloom

For the kink-curious and BDSM lovers

Free membership with limited content; $7.99/month or $59.88/year

7Rating
A great choice for kink & BDSM
With a little more diversity in the catalog and stronger writers, Bloom would be an excellent choice for anyone. For listeners who like to contribute to what they listen to, Bloom might be a great choice — Premium subscribers can submit their fantasies to be turned into audio stories on the app.

Content: Bloom provides audio erotica content created in-house in addition to content sourced from the community. There’s a separate section for what Bloom calls Guides, which are audios specifically for walking listeners through guided partner play, guided solo play, or affirmations. Bloom also offers Sleep content in the form of 60-minute audios with voice actors and different soothing soundscapes or meditations. According to the app, there is new content released every Friday.

Categories: There are many different categories to choose from, and on the Search tab you can look at content in each specific category. It provides the expected categories like dirty talk, roleplay, and romance, but also mixes things up with more niche kinks and categories like exhibitionism, DP, and sploshing. It does seem like the majority of audios lean towards the rougher, BDSM, and control side of erotica.

Accessibility: The Bloom app supports English, Spanish, and German. Every Bloom-created audio comes with a complete transcript, so you can always read along while listening or simply read instead of listening. Each episode also comes with a teaser or summary of what’s to come that’s no longer than two minutes long. However, after every single sample and full audio, the app shows a popup asking you to rate the episode and “Help Us Improve,” and it’s somewhat difficult to minimize. If you’re listening to multiple episodes in a row, that might take you out of the mood you’re trying to set. Overall, the app is easy to navigate to find what you’re looking for.

Variety of voices: There is a wide variety of voices both within Bloom audios and community audios, both in accents and gender expression. There are still only two categories for sex though, male and female.

Inclusivity and diversity: Bloom appears to provide some variety for queer and BIPOC listeners, but it’s not as obvious in the listed categories as I would have expected. Plus, the illustrations on the app feature mostly white characters.

Quality: I found the quality of Bloom audios to be hit or miss. Some had high production value, while others felt more amateur. Some audio editing choices were a bit distracting, like the inclusion of a heartbeat sound. In terms of the writing, some of the audio relied on worn-out tropes seen in a lot of porno-style scenes and could have used another editing round or two. The Sleep audios were found to have higher quality, and I enjoyed the peaceful sounds on the app. The Community audios were mostly lower quality, with some odd story and acting choices, making the difference in quality between Community stories and Bloom stories quite stark.

Guided by Glow

For the sensually driven audio lovers

Free membership with limited content; $12.99/month or $59.99/year

5Rating
A great choice for sensuality seekers
If you’re looking for something that feels like a meditation app with an erotic twist, Guided by Glow would be great for you. There’s a much stronger focus on sensuality than there is on erotica or kink. However, the app’s lag kind of negates the relaxing mood it tries to create with its audio; I did have to close and reopen the app a few times to get where I wanted to go. If you’re interested in the vibe, Guided by Glow is worth the shot.

Content: Guided by Glow provides exactly what you might think: audios that guide listeners through certain meditations, activities, or scenarios. Most of the content centers around a single narrator with different moods or interests in mind. Voice actors are called “guides.” Not all of the audios involve erotica or self-touch, but the ones that do also include a meditation of some kind. The content overall is much more focused on sensuality and sensory guidance.

Categories: This content is for the yogi and astrology girlies out there. There are different tag choices like hot and heavy, group, quickie, and BIPOC, in addition to pelvic health, meditation, and ritual. Some audios are specifically marked as having solfeggio frequencies at different levels.

Accessibility: The app is very slow to respond and crashes at times, which makes it a bit difficult to use. There’s no search or filter function; to browse content, you can only go to a specific tag or category and scroll through the related audio from there. Each audio page lists the main relevant tags, the title, a summary, and the audio’s length. There are no transcripts for the audio.

Variety of voices: There are three choices for voices: female, male, and non-binary. As of this writing, there are only four stories under non-binary, so there’s still a lot of room to grow. The BIPOC category has dozens of stories; there’s also a category specifically for heterosexual male listeners, though it’s quite small with two audios. There’s room to grow with additional representation.

Inclusivity and diversity: There are three choices for voices: female, male, and non-binary. At the time of writing, there are only four stories under non-binary, so there’s still a lot of room to grow. The BIPOC category has dozens of stories; there’s also a category specifically for heterosexual male listeners, though it’s quite small with two audios. There’s room to grow with additional representation.

Quality: The audio quality for these stories is top-notch, and the voice actors chosen are engaging and fun to listen to. Each audio has meditation music underneath that calms you and encourages you to take your time; the balance between the talking track and the music was well done. The writing was simple but solid, easy to understand but engaging enough to hold your interest. I noticed some of the voice actors added some unscripted banter at the beginning of some of the audios, making it feel a little more off-the-cuff and less scripted as if you were in person together.

Femtasy

For those needing a little extra self-loving

Free 14-day trial with a yearly pass (no trial with monthly pass); $53.88/year or $12.99/month

4Rating
A great choice for enjoying some self-love
Femtasy holds a lot of promise, but it’s just not quite there yet. Especially with a price tag that matches some of the other apps on this list, I would recommend other options over this one for now.

Content: Femtasy mostly provides audio erotica with some love letters, affirmations, and meditations mixed in. There are three types of audio: Stories, Sounds, and Soul. Stories are specifically for “electrifying fantasies”; Sounds are audios of real sex sounds; and Soul audios are guided self-love recordings.

Categories: Femtasy includes categories of length — you can search for videos that are super short (under 5 minutes), short (5-10 minutes), medium (10-15 minutes), and long (greater than 15 minutes). There are different kink categories to choose from, like BDSM and authority figures. You can choose from different scenarios like woman and man, threesomes, and woman and woman. Intensity can be soft, rough, or intense. An interesting choice: infidelity is one of the categories, and there’s a significant amount of content under it.

Accessibility: The Femtasy app is pretty easy to navigate, and it has a simple design. You’re able to hide audios you’ve already listened to, and finding favorited audios is easy in the Playlists tab. Audios do not come with transcripts. Autoplay can be toggled on or off when listening to items in your queue. When you’re searching for content, you can filter out things to not show in the results.

Variety of voices: There are only a handful of voices, and most of them appear to be from the UK and male. Supposedly there are a few real-life couples that provide their voices in audio on the app.

Inclusivity and diversity: There is very little diversity in Femtasy’s catalog. Out of over 600 audios, only 90 are labeled queer. The photographs used for imagery in-app mostly feature white models. The app does support English, German, and French, and there are German and French audios offered as well. Femtasy has a long way to go with diverse and inclusive content.

Quality: The audio has a few issues that distracted me from fully enjoying the experience. The dialogue and other environmental sounds don’t blend well together, and some of the voice actors have promise but need more experience and practice. Some of the language and writing in stories feel a bit clinical and awkward, and they could use a little more creativity and fun.

Coral

For guided pleasure with a partner

Free membership with limited content; $59.99/year

5Rating
A great choice for partnered pleasure
Coral is uniquely built for a couple working on connection, intimacy, and sensuality together, which makes it very different from the other apps in this list. This isn’t the app you’d choose to simply listen to audio erotica when you’re in the mood — the goal of many of the audios is pleasure, not climax. If you want to improve your overall sexual health, especially with a partner, Coral is a good choice if you’re willing to deal with some of the app’s hangups.

Content: Coral is geared toward couples who have trouble with connection and intimacy in the bedroom — although anyone interested in better sex can find value in the app’s content. You can share the content and experience with a partner with one membership. There are lessons, guided exercises, discussions, stories, and quizzes with new content added weekly for paying members.

Categories: Within the app, there are tabs for Play, Talk, and Connect. The Home tab also lists predesigned Journeys for you and your partner to go on together. The Play tab provides audio and exercises for both solo and partner play, guided communication, oral pleasure, self-pleasure, and kink. Some of these guides are auditory while others are written.

Accessibility: For some exercises and sounds, pressing play isn’t very intuitive. There’s no play button at first — you press the screen somewhere to clear the top message and a play button appears for you to press. The app itself has some lag and got stuck for me while loading something a few different times, requiring me to close the app and reopen it. I do appreciate that the audios all have transcripts for those who would rather read or need to read.

Variety of voices: For the most part, the guided and educational audios are read by women. There is a very small collection of erotica audio labelled as “NSFW” that does provide some variety with queer voices.

Inclusivity and diversity: There are some educational and guided audios for listeners with disabilities, and there are some audios directed towards queer and BIPOC listeners. On the whole, though, there doesn’t seem to be much diversity in Coral’s content.

Quality: The audio and writing quality of the educational audio was solid and the voice actors were well-directed for the most part, although some of the guidance felt a bit too clinical at times for the sensual topic being discussed. The white noise added to the background of some of the audio was well-balanced and calming. The erotica stories, however, seem very much like an afterthought. Some of them aren’t edited at all; the transcript provided doesn’t match the audio, and the voice actor’s mistakes and additional takes weren’t edited out, which is very distracting.

Emjoy

For tracking your sexual health journey

Free membership with limited content; $10.99/month

7Rating
A great choice for sexual health tracking
Emjoy was a welcome surprise and I think it’s a great option for listeners who want to learn some new techniques while enjoying a variety of scenarios and vibes. I appreciate the ability to track certain sexual health goals in the app and receive audio recommendations based on those goals. If this is something you’re looking for, Emjoy is a solid choice.

Content: All of Emjoy’s content is created by sex therapists and OB-GYNs. There are over 400 erotic stories and 1000 audio sessions to listen to and new content is released every week. The app offers a Wellbeing tab and a Stories tab. In the Wellbeing section, you can educate yourself on how to take care of your sexual health better. In the Stories tab, there’s a wide variety of stories to listen to and enjoy.

Categories: There are different categories you can filter stories from spiciness, gender, sexual activity, vibe, and relationship. Sexual activity includes different kinks and more common search terms like on the phone and 69. Vibe includes the overall mood of the audio, like whether it’s romantic or rough.

Accessibility: The Emjoy app was very easy to understand and use, and I never felt lost looking for anything. Searching for different types of stories was easy and intuitive. Unfortunately, the audio does not come with transcripts to read along.

Variety of voices: Emjoy does provide some voice diversity in both race and gender expression, but both could be even better.

Inclusivity and diversity: Emjoy provides an entire well-being session set on trans and non-binary bodies, which is a unique offering. Emjoy was the only app on this list that provided “them” as a relationship option in categories like “he + they,” “she + they,” and “you + they.” There does seem to be room to grow with BIPOC, plus size, and disability inclusivity.

Quality: The writing quality of these stories is solid. I particularly appreciated the attention to detail in the BDSM audios, where all the ground rules and consent rules are explicitly stated and agreed to. The stories overall were creative and enjoyable to listen to and I can tell they had a sex therapist’s touch. Volume balance from audio to audio isn’t consistent, so I was turning my headphone volume up and down constantly between different stories, but the audio quality was crisp.

My recommendation: Dipsea

For each of these apps, I was looking for a balance of all of the important elements: spice level, engaging story, pleasant app experience, studio-quality production, and inclusive and diverse representation.

Dipsea was the best audio erotica app that struck the right balance and wasn’t too weak in any single area. The app has something for everyone, and it’s clear that it’s growing in an even more diverse direction. If you’re looking for an audio porn app to try, I’d recommend Dipsea.

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