Clubhouse began its beta testing in the US in the first week of May with a limited number of testers. But after a week, its Android beta version was launched across the country. Its developers shared via tweet that this app is soon reaching the rest of the world at its exact time including Brazil, India, Japan, Nigeria and Russia.
Android rollout continues!
???????????????? ???????? Japan, Brazil & Russia coming Tuesday
???????????????? Nigeria & India on Friday AM
???? Rest of world throughout the week, and available worldwide by Friday afternoon
– Clubhouse (@Clubhouse) May 16, 2021
According to the tweet, Android rollout of this app will continue throughout the week and by Friday afternoon the Clubhouse app will be available all over the world. This will be the public beta version of the app. Its stable Android version launch has not been announced yet.
Clubhouse’s popularity skyrocketed when Elon Musk and other celebrities were seen in the chats of this app. Now other social media platforms are also trying to create their own version of this app. Along with social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, Discord and Reddit, others have also launched its rival apps. Twitter launches Twitter Spaces, Discord launches its Stage Channel, Instagram has its own Live Rooms. At the same time, Reddit has launched Reddit Talk and Telegram has launched Voice Chats 2.0.
Apart from this, Facebook and LinkedIn are also working on their options. Meanwhile, Mark Cuban’s Fireside audio chat and podcasting app is expected to be launched soon.
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