The popular Clubhouse app is working hard on an Android version. This was said by CEO Paul Davison last week. There is no specific release date yet, although it will definitely take “a few months” before Clubhouse is available on Android.
Club House It is a social medium where you can join specific rooms. There are no more than 5,000 speakers in each room, who meet on a variety of topics. The organizers of these rooms may choose to stay for famous guests who are passing by.
Since the start of the year, the club’s popularity has skyrocketed. Now that live meetings are still banned in many places, the app offers an interesting alternative. However, not everyone can enjoy it, as Clubhouse is still only available for iOS at the moment. Additionally, you must be invited by another user before you can create an account.
Hence, the call for the Android version of Clubhouse is getting louder, but CEO and co-founder Paul Davison is clearly not in a hurry. In January he said in a Blog post The company will “soon” launch an Android version. A month ago it became known that Clubhouse had hired an Android developer.
Last Sunday, during Townhall at the Clubhouse, Davison again received questions about the Android version of the popular app. The CEO confirmed that the company is “working hard” to gain access to Android, but that it will take “a few months”. The site states that TechCrunch.
Davison also explained why this is taking so long. The Android version will automatically require a massive increase in Clubhouse size and according to him the app is not ready for that yet. According to Davison, more users on the current interface may cause a bad user experience.
So the Clubhouse plans some important alterations first. Among other things, the activity summary may change. Users will also have more control over their notifications and suggested rooms when opening the app. These should be improvements Club House Ready for more users. The app could then arrive on Android by summer. The system to which new users should be invited may also disappear soon afterwards.