Picture through Clubhouse

Last year, With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Clubhouse became one of the largest emerging social media platforms.

Over the past for a year and a half, millions worldwide had subscribed to the call-only voice app waiting list. The clubhouse is now finally open to the public, no invitation required.

By CNN, all iOS and Android users around the world can now sign up for an app that allows members to join virtual rooms to have live, unwritten voice chats.

Earlier this week, the company said its Android app had surpassed 10 million downloads and reached another incredible milestone.

Like the world slowly moving towards post-pandemic normal levels, Clubhouse recognizes that it is competing not only with other social media platforms such as Facebook’s Live Sound Rooms, but also with the return of real-life meetings. This may be one reason why the company has now opened the app to the general public.

After the application has consistently introduced more security features, is also a growing concern if it is equipped with the increasing harmful speech and misconduct in policing that will undoubtedly come with the wider launch.

“We know there there will be many more ups and downs in scale, and competition from large networks will be fierce. However, we believe that optimists will create the future – and we are excited to continue working to build a different kind of social network, ”said founders Paul Davison and Rohan Seth.

Download the clubhouse For Android hereand iOS here.

Picture through Clubhouse

[via CNN, images via various sources]



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