On the off chance that you opened your telephone earlier today to see a Twitter application update, you may have been excited — and afterward confused — to see an advertisement for Twitter Spaces, the audio chat rooms that the social network recently launched to contend with the comparable Clubhouse application. “Introducing Spaces,” the iOS update says, promising that “Now you can Tweet and Talk.”
However, while you will not really discover the ability to make another Space except if you’re one of a select few, the organization currently says it’s wanting to launch Spaces to everybody one month from now.
Amusingly, we overheard the news in a Twitter Space itself, hosted by the organization. Twitter’s plans aren’t set in stone, yet the gist is that they’re attempting to get the product into a state where anybody can have a Twitter Space beginning in April. April is the goal. In the then, clients on the two iOS and Android can both join and talk in existing Spaces.
Twitter Spaces are only one of an array of new features the ordinarily feature-resistant organization has declared in the previous few months, and we have a wide-running interview with Twitter product head Kayvon Beykpour where he examines the entire set, including the organization’s Snap and Instagram-like vanishing Twitter Fleets, and Super Follows where you can pay to subscribe to additional Twitter content from your number one makers — a business which helps us to remember platforms like Substack and OnlyFans.