Clubhouse Android app finally launched on the Google Play Store on Sunday, after being exclusive to iOS for more than a year.
The app still follows an invite-only model.
The beta version of Clubhouse for Android is only available in the United States, but the company claims that the Android app will soon be available in other English-speaking countries, followed by the rest of the world.
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In an official blog post, the company announced the release of the Clubhouse Android app.
The launch of Clubhouse for Android, the world’s most popular mobile operating system, can only continue to boost the app’s popularity.
The Clubhouse Android app was initially tested by the company earlier this year.
Users outside the United States can pre-register for the app on the Clubhouse page of the Google Play Store.
Users will be notified when the app is available in their region.
Millions of people follow the most popular social media app, including celebrities and tech titans like Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg.
The social audio app allows users to congregate in audio chat rooms to discuss a variety of topics, such as sports, technology, motivation, and so on.
People who are talking and those who are listening are divided in a group.
There has been a growing interest in audio-based social apps as a result of the success of Clubhouse.
Earlier, Twitter rolled up Spaces for more of its people.
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Meanwhile, Facebook is working on an audio-chat feature that could be integrated into Messenger.
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LinkedIn, a Microsoft company, is working on a similar feature.
Earlier, Telegram too joined the party by launching its own audio chat service.