Clubhouse's Android alternative released - ShiftDelete.Net

Clubhouse’s Android alternative released – ShiftDelete.Net

Spaces, Twitter’s Clubhouse-style voice chat app, is released for Android. Twitter’s answer to Clubhouse application, which was only available on iOS until now. Twitter Spaces now available on Android.

The Spaces feature, which is still in beta, stands out with the number of users it hosts in chat rooms. However no longer iOS and Android anyone using it can participate in conversations. For now, only iOS users can host Spaces, but Twitter says those on Android will soon be able to create their own rooms. The company is “still working on things”, according to an announcement Tweet.

The Android version of Spaces offers limited features yet

Positioning it as the Clubhouse’s closest competitor, Spaces has made a in the announcement, Android folks, our beta is growing! From today you will be able to join and talk in any room. You’ll be able to create your own room SOON, but we’re still working on some things. ” shared his note.

While Spaces is clearly designed to compete with Clubhouse, Twitter is working on other audio-centric functions. Last summer, it started testing a way for users to add audio clips to Tweets, a feature that reaches a wider audience. Following criticism about the feature’s lack of accessibility Twitterannounced plans to add automatic transcripts for video and audio earlier this year.

Gaining importance with the increasing popularity of Clubhouse voice talk featurecontinues to attract the attention of other social media companies.

Spaces After Twitter, which was the first competitor to Clubhouse, a similar feature is expected to come by Instagram.

Spaces, which is expected to reach more users with the Android version, continues to gain strong trumps against Clubhouse.

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