In the wake of acquiring a critical client base on iOS, Clubhouse at last began work on its Android application recently in January. At that point, the organization got a second round of financing drove by Andreessen Horowitz, and it shared designs to utilize the assets to build up an Android application, scale its technology and infrastructure, and present another Creator Grant Program. The organization is by all accounts adhering to its plan up until now, as it has now begun testing the Clubhouse application for Android on the beta channel.
Clubhouse as of late shared insights regarding its most recent release by means of a blog post, featuring a portion of the progressions presented on the iOS application. The post likewise uncovered that it had begun carrying out a harsh beta rendition of its Android application to a couple of analyzers, with plans to “welcome more Android users…over the coming weeks.”
For the ignorant, Clubhouse is presently just accessible on iOS. However, an expanding number of Android clients have shown interest in the application throughout the most recent couple of months. The application’s ubiquity has incited a few adversary platforms, including Facebook, Telegram, Twitter, and Instagram, to build up their own Clubhouse options. Along these lines, it just bodes well for Clubhouse to deliver its Android application straightaway, or it might lose a huge lump of its potential client base to Twitter’s Spaces or Telegram’s Voice Chat 2.0, which are now live for a few clients on Android.
As of now, Clubhouse hasn’t shared a delivery timetable for its Android application. Be that as it may, since it’s as of now accessible for certain clients on the beta channel, we expect a more extensive rollout in the coming weeks. You can study the progressions presented in the iOS application by following this link.
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