- Clubhouse Beta Android Version Out for Android users.
- The clubhouse has introduced a test version of its app on the Google Play Store.
- Presently, the Clubhouse Android beta is limited to the US market only.
After being unique to iOS for greater than 12 months, Clubhouse, on Sunday debuted its Android app on the Play Retailer. The transfer will permit Android customers to expertise the favored audio-based social community for the primary time.
Clubhouse Beta Android Version:
The clubhouse has introduced a test version of its app on the Google Play Store, after spending a year on rival Apple’s iOS platform. Users in the United States can download the app from the Play Store and sign up for the service – but you’ll still need an invite to join.
However, the company says the Android app will come to other English-speaking markets and then the rest of the world. The arrival of Clubhouse on Android, the world’s most popular mobile operating system, will only help increase the popularity of the app.
Davison and Seth said in a company blog post:
“With Android, we believe that Clubhouse will feel more complete. We are so grateful to all of the Android users out there for their patience.”
“Whether you are a creator, a club organizer, or someone who just wants to explore, we are so excited to welcome you to the community.”
The company added that while using clubhouse, users can do regular work like playing video games, working out, create visual art, etc and the “app will ensure that your voice is heard”.
Clubhouse’s Android arrival comes after more than 10 million downloads on Apple’s operating system. The social audio app lets individuals collect in audio chat rooms to debate numerous matters, whether or not it’s sports activities, tech, motivation, and many others. Rooms are often divided into two teams: those that are speaking and people who are listening.
Clubhouse competition rears its head
Facebook last month introduces Live Audio Rooms that allow users to listen and participate in live conversations similar to Clubhouse.
Last week, Twitter announced its audio chat product called Spaces for users who have more than 600 followers.