Clubhouse: The audio-only chatroom app was discovered for making conversations with the communities of the same interests. I’d like to say, the new Twitter Spaces is an implemented version of the Clubhouse app. This audio drop-in app was initially developed only for iOS user around August 2020 if I’m not wrong.
This app requires an invitation code for a user to sign-up into the app from an already user. This auditory communication app can accommodate up to 5000 people via rooms.
Android is finally here! You can download the Clubhouse beta right now in the US, & around the world in the coming days/weeks.
Before you ask…yes, still invite-only. We're managing growth so we can build more sustainable infrastructure before the floodgates open. Soon(ish)! pic.twitter.com/EdltTZS0hD
— Clubhouse (@Clubhouse) May 9, 2021
Earlier this year, the Clubhouse app has become the hot potato of tech. Maybe, It is too late for the company to make a proper release as there are already a big number of fans waiting to use this app. However, the app made its place in the play store earlier today.
The developer Alpha Exploration Co. is very much monitoring the beta version. The Clubhouse beta rolls only into the hands of the US as of today. The developers said that “We’ll be only fixing all the bugs and managing the growth for the coming days so we can build a sustainable community for the upcoming audience.” This very much conveys, It’ll take a longer time than expected for the developers to bring the promised app into the freestyle audience.
What do you think of the Clubhouse app about its very new way of approach to building its community?