Clubhouse, which has been on the agenda of everyone, big and small since its release, has created a new world of entertainment for people who have been confined to their homes due to the pandemic. Launched in April 2020, the voice chat app quickly increased its value to $4 billion.
The popularity of the Clubhouse, which also shone on the App Store’s list of most downloaded apps, has slowed.
The US-based social media network was taken down by exactly 9.6 million people in February. The Clubhouse, which has made a significant milestone in its field, was installed on the phones of 2.7 million people in March. Sensor Tower, which researches the market share of mobile applications, shared new statistics related to the application.
A Sensor Tower spokesman said the Clubhouse failed to reach the 1 million download limit in April. The app has been downloaded 922,000 times, a spokesperson told Business Insider. Of course, that’s still a big number. However, given the data from previous months, it is estimated that the clubhouse’s popularity may be in danger of ending or slowing down.
In the meantime, it is worth noting that the data released by Sensor Tower has nothing to do with clubhouse’s monthly users. Currently, the app serves 8 million monthly active users. On the other hand, one wonders how the company will prevent its decline; There is talk that by stepping into Android, it can turn situations in its favor again.
Clubhouse, which until now has only been available to iPhone owners, will soon enter the Android ecosystem. It has long been said that the application is in development. The developers finally made the expected announcement. He explained that a “rough” beta version for Android devices is being tested.
“We look forward to welcoming more Android users to the Clubhouse in the coming weeks,” said an official from the Clubhouse team. However, there was no clear day for when the testing process would end.
The first competitor to Clubhouse, which allows users to communicate via voice chat rooms, came from Twitter. Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, Discord, Reddit, and Telegram were also among the platforms caught in the Clubhouse wind.