Some time ago, we announced that the audio social network Clubhouse would be coming to the Android platform. Now paul davison, the creator of this platform, has explained when the app will be released.
Representatives of the social network Clubhouse shared the good news about the launch of the expected version of the app for Android. At the weekly meeting, Clubhouse co-founder Paul Davison said the company had been working hard recently on the Android version of the app, explaining that this process could take several months. It seems clubhouse will come to the Android platform late this spring or early summer.
Earlier this year, the Clubhouse blog announced that developers had begun work on the Android version of the app, but the company did not specify a specific date. Many of the next statements also contained vague promises about the importance of supporting Android device users and accessibility of the app to a wider audience.
Meanwhile, opponents were beginning to be inspired by this feature of the Clubhouse. Twitter, for example, took advantage of the clubhouse Android app’s delay to give more users on different platforms access to the new Spaces feature. Shortly afterwards, Twitter announced plans to officially launch Spaces to a wider audience in April.
Clubhouse is late to Android platform
Davison also spoke about the invitations and said he wanted to make the application public because many distinguished speakers had not yet come to the Clubhouse. The lack of an Android client has already caused some difficulties for the company. Some app developers have created their own solutions and are not even afraid to use the same icon. This often confuses Android users looking for Clubhouse on Google Play. Because there are also hackers who distribute malware under the guise of the Clubhouse app.
The company also made a series of other interesting announcements. In particular, the addition of creative and monetization-oriented tools to the platform is on the way. Your company also has the possibility to start paid voice chats.