The Android app for Clubhouse is currently in progress it could be launched in May 2021. The audio-only social networking app is currently only available on iOS.
Mopewa Ogundipe (@mopewa o), the app’s Android creator, teased in a recent tweet that the team is working on the Android app with a Google Pixel smartphone.
Morgan Evetts (@morqon) hinted in another tweet that the app could be available as early as May 2021.
After its initial release in April 2020, the Clubhouse has seen tremendous success. According to Sensor Tower, an app analytics company, it had more than 10 million downloads in February 2021.
How it started How it's going 😊 pic.twitter.com/SPc5A3mUZd
— Mopewa (@mopewa_o) April 11, 2021
Earlier this month, the app announced the launch of a monetisation feature for the creators. Clubhouse further stated that it would not earn any money from it.
The company also mentioned that it would initially test the feature with a small group of creators before rolling it out to all users.
Telegram introduced Telegram Voice Chats 2.0, a new feature in its app that competes with Clubhouse.
It is also an audio-only chatting platform that allows users to record their calls for future reference, hold live voice calls with an unlimited number of participants, use hand-raising mechanisms, invitational connections, and voice chat names.
Similarly, Twitter has confirmed that the Twitter Spaces app will be available this month. Facebook is also testing the Q&A app which has a mixture of Instagram Live and Clubhouse.