The good news: Audio-based social networking clubhouse has been bringing its app to Android after more than a year of iOS exclusivity, the company has announced. Sunday. The bad news: the beta is only available to US users, and, like the iOS version of Clubhouse, it is now just an invitation. So no one can record and join the app’s audio only chat rooms.
App Downloads Is said to be declining In recent months, so Clubhouse hopes that welcoming users on the world’s largest smartphone OS will save users from further rotation. The app surpassed 9.5 million downloads in February, down from about 2.7 million in March to just 900,000 in April, according to analytics firm Censor Tower.
In a blog post on Sunday, Clubhouse said it plans to gradually release the Android version to other English-speaking markets and later to other parts of the world. U.S. For those outside, you can sign up before accessing the Clubhouse page in the Google Play Store to be alert when you get an app near you
“Over the next few weeks our plan is to gather feedback from the community, fix any issues we see and add some final features like payment and club formation before releasing in more detail,” the company said.
In the summer, Clubhouse also plans to welcome millions of iOS users stuck on the iOS waiting list, which will improve the app’s infrastructure, including expanding language support and more accessibility features.
Clubhouse’s download rates may drop for any reason. There are some experts Theory Audio alone may have been an epidemic of social media hysteria, which helped people feel connected when they were stuck in their homes. With vaccines rolling in and reopening in many parts of the United States these days, people are simply in direct contact, thus pushing the clubhouse into the dust. Because it is also possible that interest is declining Every technology company Social Audio has developed a coffee gate app to go on the Hype train.
Another possible factor: two highs Security Snafus Tesla hit the company in February amid celebrity and celebrity signings, including CEO Elon Musk And Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. In a blog post on Sunday, Clubhouse acknowledged that it had struggled to continue its site’s ballooning development earlier this year.
“Earlier this year, the clubhouse began to grow very rapidly because people around the world began calling their friends faster than we expected. It shifted our focus to hiring, adjusting and organizational structure, rather than meeting and product aspects. ”
Clubhouse looks increasingly like the flash of pan experts, but who knows, this highly anticipated release on Android will change things. We’ll have to wait and see.