The audio-based social app was originally released on iOS.
Popular app Clubhouse was initially launched on iOS as an invite-only audio-based social platform. While it quickly grew to be one of the most downloaded apps in the past few months, it was only available on iOS, which instantly leaves out Android users.
But that should come to an end as the makers of Clubhouse have started beta testing the app on Android devices, which could confirm that a release is in sight. While no other details were revealed, it was said that the ‘rough beta’ will arrive at the hands of select years.
Along with that, various new features are also coming to Clubhouse, which includes accessibility options like VoiceOver as well as options to let attendees follow clubs.
Clubhouse gained popularity earlier this year after it featured notable celebrities like Oprah, Tiffany Haddish, Elon Musk, and Bill Gates. It also prompted several social networks like Twitter, Facebook, and Spotify to launch their own Clubhouse counterparts to join the increasing popularity of audio-based social apps.
No release date for the Android version of Clubhouse is set, but with beta testing underway hopefully, users don’t have to wait that long.