Twitter is working on Twitter spaces for the desktop web browser. Twitter Spaces is a voice-only chat room feature that competes with Clubhouse.
Twitter spaces was first tested for iOS devices and then for Android smartphones. Twitter has not specified a date for when the desktop edition will be available to users.
A tweet by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong shows how Twitter Spaces for desktop Web browsers could look like. tipster Noah (@magusnn) show how the desktop edition of Twitter’s latest feature will look.
As per the report by The Verge, Twitter has confirmed that it is working on a Twitter space for desktop.
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) April 1, 2021
Twitter’s extension to desktop browsers was announced shortly after the launch of Discord’s Stage Channel. In Clubhouse users can perform audio-only calls with limited speakers and a huge audience. Twitter Spaces are supposed to be available to users this month.
The clubhouse was launched in April of 2020. It’s a private audio-based social networking app that’s currently only available on iOS. The clubhouse is now working to develop an Android app as well.
— noah (@magusnn) March 26, 2021
Telegram has released Voice Calls 2.0, which allows users to hold live voice chat sessions with an unlimited number of people. It will feature a hand-raising mechanism, invitational links, and voice-chat names, as well as the ability to capture voice chats for future reference.
Multiple networks, including Discord and Telegram, are launching their own Clubhouse competitors. Facebook, LinkedIn, Mark Cuban’s Fireside, Slack, and Spotify are all working on their own versions.
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