Very soon, the clubhouse would be launched to the general public, and you really do not want to miss out on it. partially thanks to taking on the much rather and unconventional form of audio-only communication, the Clubhouse would become one of the biggest names when it comes to social media platforms ever since last year.
Soon Clubhouse would be Launched to the Public
Given that its popularity, it might really surprise you to discover that the social media network remains an exclusive club that would require other members to invite you first before you would be able to get in. it was slow ironically to grow outside of iOS. Opening their doors to android users just blew open the floodgates and clubhouse and would no longer be an exclusive starting sometime this summer.
Clubhouse explained recently that its slow expansion was intentional, even when it was faced with new rivals in that audio-only social networking space. It was looking forward to placing it focus on other important aspects of building the community and stabilizing features first rather than getting bogged down with the server maintenance or rushed bug fixing from lots of reports that would be coming in. it now looks as if it has reached a point where it is ready to actually get it doors open to everyone.
Clubhouse on Android
In one of its tweets highlighting, it recent Town Hall, Clubhouse has recently revealed that it already has more than 2 million Android users. That’s rather very impressive considering and the Android app only went live earlier in May and that it is not even in feature parity compared to the iOS. It does not prove that there were that many people just waiting for the clubhouse to come on their favorite mobile platform before stepping in.
It has also revealed its plans to make the network available to the general public starting this summer, assuming everything goes well. Well, until then, it would be placing its focus on tasks that would make the network feel more complete to get the clubhouse ready for the sudden flood of users hopping in without invitations.
Of course, the clubhouse’s public opening would be arriving at a time when Twitter and Facebook, among others, are already stepping up their games in that same space. Twitter has even decided to start testing its ticketed spaces as a monetization system made available for both creators and Twitter itself, something that the clubhouse possesses and has also launched recently in a very minimal way.