The audio chat app Clubhouse was released on iOS and iPad OS as a media platform with a semi-exclusive atmosphere for invitation-only chat rooms. Soon, it will be rolled out from beta testing to Android phones.
The beta schedule hasn’t been decided yet, and there are no plans for where to start first. It’s just that the “rough beta” is heading towards “a few friendly testers.” Blog post From the concept of the parent company.
The post described other updates that will be added to Clubhouse. This includes basic additions to the new platform, such as prompting new participants to listen to the club for a few minutes and then follow it. VoiceOver Accessibility There’s also gesture support to help users understand who’s talking, as well as improve suggestions and notifications.
Clubhouse: iOS only for now
Launched earlier this year on iOS, Clubhouse will provide listeners with audio-only access to the host’s room, which will lead discussions featuring celebrities such as Oprah, Elon Musk, and Tiffany Haddish.
However, Android users were kept calm and other companies scrambled to release alternatives like Twitter Spaces, but some counterfeit apps appearing in the Google Play store were malware It is reported to be included. Whether the Android version will be released before the other reported rivals land is another big unknown, and competition can be fierce. New York TimesAccording to LInkedIn, so is it. TechCrunch,and Spotify We’ve got a voice-only app for musicians and podcasters to reuse to chat with their fans.