Clubhouse, at last, starts beta testing its highly-anticipated Android application
Recently, iPhone-elite social application Clubhouse declared that it had at long last begun dealing with its Android application. As spotted by the people at XDA Developers, Clubhouse has affirmed in another blog entry that it has begun carrying out a “rough beta version” of its Android application to certain analyzers.
While there’s still no word on precisely when the Android version of Clubhouse will be released, it has affirmed plans of inviting more Android clients throughout the next few weeks. A portion of Clubhouse’s fundamental adversaries — including Twitter’s Spaces and Telegram’s Voice Chat 2.0 are as of now accessible on Android. More Clubhouse options from organizations like Slack, Spotify, and LinkedIn are required to hit Android in the coming months.
Facebook, which claims probably the best Android informing applications, is likewise dealing with its own Clubhouse rival called “Live Audio Rooms.” The long range interpersonal communication monster affirmed a month ago that Live Audio Rooms will be carried out “later this late spring.”
Perceiving how rapidly the rundown of organizations dealing with a Clubhouse rival is developing, we wouldn’t be amazed if more than twelve such applications are delivered before the steady form of the Clubhouse Android application opens up on the Google Play Store.