Clubhouse, the audio-based chat platform, is, in the end, testing an Android version of the app with “a handful of pleasant testers.” The platform is solely available with iOS customers so far. Clubhouse received huge popularity in the final few months, and companies like Twitter, Telegram, Facebook, and extra are trying out a similar in-built audio-based chatroom. Clubhouse co-founder Paul Davison had remarked that the company was once working “really hard” to come to Android, and the platform would additionally lose its invite-only status, eventually.
The latest development was once noticed via The Next Web that claims (via a press note) that the Clubhouse Android beta is now not but live.”We started rolling a tough beta version out to a handful of friendly testers. If you hear any person announcing they are the use of Clubhouse on the official Android app, please supply them a heat welcome! We can’t wait to welcome extra Android users to Clubhouse over the coming weeks,” the note stated. Meanwhile, the iOS model of the app is getting improvements to VoiceOver accessibility support.
It makes it easier to be aware of who is speaking for our VoiceOver customers and participants can use the ‘Magic Tap’ gesture (double-tap with two fingers) any time inside the room, and the system will announce who is presently speaking. It is additionally bringing “better prompts to follow your club” and “more plumbing for increased discovery.”
Twitter has began rolling out Spaces, its reply to Clubhouse, to greater Android and iOS customers in India. In late February, the micro-blogging platform used to be trying out the function with 1,000 users from marginalized groups. Instant messaging platform Telegram additionally up to date its Voice Chat feature recently, which added Clubhouse-like elements such as title, increase a hand, and more.