Clubhouse has launched an Android version of its live audio app. Initially popularized by Elon Musk, the app was hounded by mainstream journalists for allowing “unfettered conversations,” and downloads have since fallen.
A beta version of the app hit Google’s Android store in the US on Sunday, with the company stating that the app would be tweaked and fixed based on user feedback, before being rolled out “more broadly” in the coming weeks. The app still has a waiting list to join, and new users can invite friends. This exclusivity, the company says, is aimed at keeping growth “measured.”
Android is finally here! You can download the Clubhouse beta right now in the US, & around the world in the coming days/weeks. Before you ask…yes, still invite-only. We’re managing growth so we can build more sustainable infrastructure before the floodgates open. Soon(ish)! pic.twitter.com/EdltTZS0hD
— Clubhouse (@Clubhouse) May 9, 2021
Clubhouse launched in a similar fashion on iOS in 2020, and the app soared in popularity earlier this year when the likes of Elon Musk, Oprah Winfrey, and Drake began singing its praises. (RT)
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