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The Clubhouse Android app is finally available in the Play Store

The Clubhouse Android app is finally available in the Play Store

Last week Clubhouse announced that its highly-anticipated Android app was finally real, at least in the sense that there were a few people using it. At the time it was limited to "friendly testers" in a closed beta. Today it's available for all on Android. Well, sort of: "all" is still limited to those who have invitations to the audio chatroom service. But hey, at least you can use the app to reserve a username.

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Twitter's Clubhouse competitor Spaces now widely available

Twitter's Clubhouse competitor Spaces now widely available

Twitter's "please don't call it Clubhouse" feature, Spaces, started rolling out to at least some users last week. Today the company announced that anyone on Android or iOS can now host a Space ... as long as they have 600 followers or more. Which seems like a weird limitation if you want to get people excited about a new feature.

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Clubhouse finally has an Android app, but it's only for 'friendly testers'

Clubhouse finally has an Android app, but it's only for 'friendly testers'

If you've been patiently waiting for an Android version of Clubhouse, the audio chat room app that's taking the web by storm ... well, you're going to have to wait at least a little longer. According to the platform's latest release notes, the Android app is now in testing for "a handful of friendly testers." Clubhouse posted no screenshots.

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You can now host Twitter's Clubhouse-style chatrooms on the Android app

You can now host Twitter's Clubhouse-style chatrooms on the Android app

It seems like every major tech company is in a mad dash to create a feature that's at least somewhat similar to Clubhouse. Twitter is no exception: it's been slowly integrating Spaces into the beta version of its Android app. As of yesterday, at least some users (including multiple members of the AP team) on the main app release have been able to create and host Spaces.

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After successfully copying Snapchat Stories, Facebook is setting its sights on Clubhouse next

After successfully copying Snapchat Stories, Facebook is setting its sights on Clubhouse next

The audio-only discussion/public forum platform Clubhouse is the hottest social media trend of the year, and Facebook doesn't want to be left out. The social network has announced a slew of audio features, including a podcast platform, a "Soundbites" audio creation tool for short audio content, and "Live Audio Rooms" for joining Clubhouse-like talks.

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Reddit Talk exists because everything in 2021 needs to be Clubhouse

Reddit Talk exists because everything in 2021 needs to be Clubhouse

Facebook is testing one, Twitter has one, Telegram (kinda) has one, and even LinkedIn is working on one — every social media network that takes itself seriously has a Clubhouse clone these days. The hot audio-only discussion/conferencing platform has inspired many competitors to come up with their own alternatives, and now the latest to join the party is Reddit.

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Spotify's latest purchase hints at Twitch-style live concerts

Spotify's latest purchase hints at Twitch-style live concerts

Spotify has been aggressively expanding into the podcasting space to diversify its offerings. It appears that the company has found a new frontier for its ambitions: live streaming audio. Spotify just purchased Betty Labs, the parent company of iOS app Locker Room, which is all about live audio chat rooms for sports fans.

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Clubhouse announces plans to start work on an Android app

Clubhouse announces plans to start work on an Android app

If you're often doing rounds on Twitter, chances are, you may have noticed people asking for Clubhouse invites. The audio-only social media app has gained a lot of traction as of late and has managed to create some substantial hype around its invite-only model. Another factor adding to that has been its availability being limited to only iOS users. Fresh on the heels of a new round of funding, the creators of the app have now confirmed that they're finally going to be working on an Android edition.

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