Clubhouse has officially introduced a new way to invite friends to audio chats. The feature, called Wave, has been enabled for all users. Friends can now be invited by tapping the wave button.
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The audio-only social media platform is rapidly growing its userbase on Android, after a year of exclusive iOS availability. However, its success has led to a surge of competitors in the audio space.
Clubhouse, the invite-only audio social media platform which has been exclusive to iOS since its launch, has announced general availability of its Android app. It was released as a beta last week.
The beta app for Clubhouse is now available on Android for people in the U.S. The company once again plans to scale up gradually so the invite-only system and waitlists are being retained.
The popular audio app Clubhouse will be coming to Android soon according to the co-founder of the company. It comes a month after the firm hired Android software developer Mopewa Ogundipe.
Clubhouse has confirmed a security breach which allowed live audio to be siphoned. This follows concerns raised by multiple researchers around the integrity of the backend platform for the app.
Facebook is said to be building its version of Clubhouse, an audio-based chat service that recently rose to prominence after Mark Zuckerberg and other well-known personalities joined the platform.
Speaking on Clubhouse, Neuralink founder Elon Musk told that his company has wired up a happy simian to play video games. Videos on it could be dropping in about a month's time as well.