The Clubhouse Android app was released on May 21.
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Since the Android Clubhouse application was released on the platform, in less than a week, the application has reached 1 million downloads on the Google Play store. The invitation-only social audio app was originally launched for the iPhone in March 2020 and has already received more than 10 million downloads on the Apple App Store.
After gaining support from industry leaders such as Tesla, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, and Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, the audio social media application The tech world is very popular. Clubhouse recently stated that it is also working to introduce payment features in its Android apps.
The invited-only social audio app launched its Android app globally on May 21. Since then, the Clubhouse Android app has been downloaded over one million in the Google Play store. It is compatible with devices running Android 8.0 or higher. Even though the app is now available on the Android and iOS mobile platforms, it still requires new users to obtain invitations from existing users to gain access.
Your Android app for US users earlier this month. According to a report from Sensor Tower, an app analytics company, the move was carried out after the downloads of its iOS app on the App Store declined. The apparent decline has raised questions about the app’s viability and whether its success is related to the pandemic causing people to spend more time at home.
Many platforms have launched their own versions of pure audio applications to compete with Clubhouse. Apps such as Discord, Reddit, Telegram, and Twitter have released their own versions, such as Discord Stage Channel, Reddit Talk, Telegram Voice Chats 2.0, and Twitter Spaces.
Instagram also allows users to mute their audio and turn off videos when using its Live Rooms feature. Live Rooms was launched in March and allow up to four Instagram users to participate in the live broadcast.