Social audio network Clubhouse has recently opened its app for users on both Android and iOS devices.
Since its launch in its beta phase in 2020, the audio-only app has been an invite-only platform.
At inception it was only made available on iOS, however, the developer ran a beta testing on Android devices which commenced in May of 2021.
The developer has now recently announced that the social audio app is now out of its beta phase and won’t be needing an invite to join.
During the intense lockdown in 2020, Clubhouse released an invite-only version on iOS and since then has amassed a significant number of users including celebrities like Oprah Winfery, Drake, Kevin Hart, Chris Rock and the likes.
However, since Tesla founder, Elon Musk joined the app, other social media platforms have commenced working on their customized version of Clubhouse.
The social audio network is now finally exiting its beta phase to open its platform to both iOS and Android users.
Clubhouse has also deleted its waitlist system to enable those with clubs post their link to everyone and in addition, creators can invite their audience to join Clubhouse.
According to the developers, there will be an update release every 1 to 2 weeks. The Clubhouse team has also shared some figures showing that the number of daily rooms has increased from 50,000 to 500,000.
10 million users have joined the social audio network since its beta launch for Android. Clubhouse as also recently created a new website and logo.
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