Clubhouse finally comes to Android: you can now register on Google Play to be the first to have the app

Still eager to have the Clubhouse app on your smartphone? We have good news for you! After an exclusive year on the App Store, US users will finally have the application available in the beta version of Android to participate in the audio chat rooms.

Don’t think of the phrase ‘my joy in a well’, as Clubhouse will be launching into other international markets in the coming weeks. However, non-United States users will be able to make a prescription through Google Play to receive a notification at the time the app is available in your country.

The company says on its blog that it wants to collect potential problems to try to solve them, and it wants to finish adding the final features, such as payments and club creation.

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Clubhouse adds that access to the platform will continue to be by invitation, which means not being available to any user. Nonetheless, the app plans to start moving iOS users who have been on the waiting list, while the company finishes perfecting the app.

The announcement of incorporating into Android is a huge growth in popularityAccordingly, Clubhouse stated that “This had its downsides, as the load stressed our systems, causing widespread server outages and notification failures, and pushing the limits of our early discovery algorithms.”.

Other competitors

Mark Zuckerberg will add audio rooms to his Rooms video conferencing platform

The innovation means that other applications are interested in releasing similar audio features. Twitter launched the ‘Spaces’ function, Discord added ‘Stage Channels’, and other platforms like Facebook O LinkedIn could add the possibility of having similar functions.

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