Clubhouse has revolutionized the way we communicate online through the Internet and social networks, introducing a new format with audio rooms. Spaces where we can have relaxed conversations, or panels of regular and more serious debate.
In effect, this American social network has introduced a typology so attractive that established competitors have already rushed to replicate their functions, including them on their respective platforms. Take the example of Twitter and Spaces.
The social network remains an exclusive of Apple’s iOS
Although the Clubhouse remains an exclusive of the Apple platform, its iOS system, it is certain that Android users have also been putting pressure to be able to use this social network. As a result of this feedback, the company now gives us new guarantees.
Thus, progress in programming and compatibility of its functions with the Google operating system is now confirmed. Those responsible for the app claim that the Android version is already being tested in beta.
There are therefore a handful of Android users who are already using Clubhouse for Android on their mobile devices as part of the testing phase. According to forecasts, it may be made public in the course of next June.
The Clubhouse for Android exists and is already in the testing phase!
The news were aired through the official blog Clubhouse where the latest news from the iOS app (iPhone) is also included. Then we see that the company is effectively committed to finishing the Android version of the app as soon as possible.
The global beta is therefore expected to become available in the coming weeks for Android. Finally, the stable and globally available version may take about a month to finally receive the green light from the company.
It should also be noted that Clubhouse started work on developing the Android app at the beginning of the year. Meanwhile, rival platforms like Twitter have brought their Spaces, making them available globally for both platforms.
Clubhouse invitations can continue on the Android app
Telegram also has its 2.0 Voice Chats, not to mention Facebook, which is finalizing preparations for something exactly (or summarily) identical. Very soon, we will have spaces for debates on any social network.
Finally, we hope that the Clubhouse Android app will deliver the same functions as its iOS version. Its arrival at the Google Play Store has been delayed and, in the meantime, the main competitors continue to work hard.
It should also be noted that the point of joining the Clubhouse has not been clarified. While on the iOS platform we lack an invitation to join the social network, nothing has been said about the application, or not application, of this same system to the Android app.
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