Clubhouse is now officially available on Android
For those who don’t know, Clubhouse is an invitation-only audio platform where you can communicate with people around the world using just your voice.
The app saw a huge increase in popularity after billionaire Elon Musk spoke on the app. However, since it was only available to iOS users, Clubhouse lacked a wider Android audience.
After months of speculation, testing, and more, the Clubhouse is finally available to Android users around the world. The official app is available on the Google Play Store.
On Google Play Store, this is the first app in search results for Clubhouse by Alpha Exploration Co. Make sure you don’t download the one from Clubhouse Software Inc., which has managed to confuse several Android users.
To be more specific, you should search for the “Clubhouse: Walk-in Audio Chat” app.
The Clubhouse Android app has all the features you will find on the iOS app
Speaking of features, the Android app comes with all the features one would find on the iOS app. Just like the iOS app, Android users need to join a group or get an invite code from another user.
Once you are there, you need to select the areas of interest such as technology, gaming, and business. Plus, like any other social media app, you can follow people and see which room they’re interested in or participating in.
You can leave any group or room at any time. In fact, Clubhouse will recommend users and rooms based on your interests.
Apparently, Twitter isn’t too late on Clubhouse’s popularity. As Clubhouse prepared for its entry into the Android world, Twitter launched the Twitter Spaces feature.
It has all the features of the Clubhouse app. Twitter spaces are accessible directly from the main Twitter application.
This means you can stay on top of your Twitter game and also enjoy Clubhouse-like features. Facebook is also working on a competing feature called “Rooms”. It’s already being tested for some users and is expected to debut this summer.
If you want to try the Clubhouse app, you can go to the Google Play Store link hereand install it on your android phone.
Dear everyone, everywhere: @Android is officially online worldwide!
– Clubhouse (@Clubhouse) May 21, 2021