On the Google Play Store, Clubhouse has been released worldwide. Clubhouse is an invitation-only social networking platform that uses audio messaging for communication. A small group of iOS users worldwide have already used this social networking platform since it was launched in March 2020.
Having seen such rapid growth in less than a year, the company decided to take the next big step toward success by introducing its platform to Android users. Here is information regarding how to download the app. The app was introduced on May 9th on the Google Play Store but was only available to users in the USA.
Check out the tweet of the Clubhouse handle on the social media platform that their service is now “officially live” across the globe.
The app works just like it does on iOS. Having a Clubhouse invite lets users use the service, but the good news is that all existing users receive multiple invites to distribute, so there are plenty to go around right now.
Clubhouse streams, unlike podcasts, are real-time and therefore not saved, meaning that only individuals who have logged in can hear what’s being discussed. This translates to the Clubhouse experience being like that of listening to a podcast with a more participatory component.
Members can make virtual rooms on Clubhouse for communicating with other members, and those following you can join as listeners as well. Each speaker can invite him or her to speak, and not only members of the club can participate.