Updated: Jun 2, 2021
Last week Clubhouse announced that its highly-anticipated Android app was finally out. Initially, it was limited to "friendly testers" in a closed beta. Today it's available for all on Android. Well, sort of "all" is still limited to those who have invitations to the audio chatroom service. But now, at least you can register for the app on Google Play.
Clubhouse is a hot minimalist app of last year on iOS, and users have requested and fussed over an invitation to its closed beta for over a year. Its charm is having the ability to pay attention to the period of time audio chats from the cadre of celebrities the service has been able to attract.
you're(You might conjointly host an audio chat yourself if you're into that kind of thing.) The app was a hit, which forced other companies to copy the model. Reddit, Twitter, Facebook, Spotify, and wire all have competitive services prepared or in the making. people who actually need to pre-order can do so for free on Google Play. If you have got an invitation, you'll punch it in and see what all the fuss is about.
In a Tweet on May 16th 2021, the company said the app will be available globally on android by the end of this week.
There are four new versions of the app denote inside the last week, chronicled on APK Mirror.
Other news outlets have guessed that Clubhouse is viewing Android as a means of keeping up its breakneck pace of expansion, as downloads of the iOS app have stalled, apparently saturating its market of potential users. Opening up the service to a billion or so Android users, and doing so as quickly as possible, would be the next rational thing to do.
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