While not one of the most powerful social networks around, there is no doubt that Clubhouse manages to create a trend among industry giants. Following the success of the voice rooms application, we have seen changes in Facebook networks, from Facebook itself to Instagram, and we have also seen the arrival of Twitter ‘Spaces’ rooms.
All of this happened without Clubhouse setting foot on Android, because so far was limited only to the ecosystem that surrounds the iPhone
Clubhouse for Android is already in beta
Clubhouse announced earlier this year that it was already starting work on the app that would bring its social network to Android, but we hadn’t heard of anything else yet. Since then, dozens of clones have started arriving on Android in an attempt to take advantage of the absence of the original app but it’s about to end
Clubhouse has officially launched the beta version of its app for Android mobile phones, although at the moment it is in its infancy. The beta version was officially launched yesterday, May 2, but the developers haven’t added much more information about it beyond the fact that the machine has started working.
Android BETA testing begins.Android isn’t available yet, but we’ve started rolling out a first beta for a handful of cool testers. If you hear someone say they are using Clubhouse on the official Android app, give them a warm welcome! We look forward to welcoming more Android users to the Clubhouse in the coming weeks.
So it’s a matter of time before this first beta for Android. expand to more application testers and may we have the opportunity to sign up for it before its final release. Wait for Clubhouse to officially switch to Android. There are a lot less left.
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