Just as the iOS app, Clubhouse was all the rage among users at Apple, one of the social media giants, Twitter announced that a similar audio chat feature was available only to its users. A month after this announcement, a beta version of the application, namely “Twitter Spaces”, was launched on the social media platform.
Initially, the beta was released for iOS and Android users, but now taking things to another level, Twitter has made this app accessible to desktop personal computer users as well as through the development of ‘spaces for the web, which means that with this step a wide range of people can use this audio chat at the same time, as was first spotted by Noah.
The principle of operation is the same, which means that there will be no limit to the number of listeners and up to ten (10) people can share their thoughts, but the power to control and regulate them. speakers will belong to the host itself. The only difference is that desktop users will see more rooms for users in a space. With this new accessibility feature, Twitter has dramatically increased the number of people who can now access this audio-only chat and interact with each other. It will also be a great opportunity for broadcasters to increase their audience as well as increase the number of people they can share their opinions with.
The feature is still in its beta state and Twitter recently increased its test pool, but officials are confident the full release will be made possible in the coming weeks. These recent developments are under increased pressure on the Club House as it is still in its beta phase and does not have its Android version either. As a result, Twitter Spaces turns out to be more appealing to users than the Club House. This statement could also be verified with the latest figures which clearly show the downward slope suggesting that people are gradually losing interest in this audio chat platform.
It’s clear that Twitter spaces are turning out to be a rival feature for Clubhouse and turning out to be a fierce competition for the position of being the best audio-only chat, which would slightly increase concern for the previously trending app, however, ClubHouse could only reach its peak if it follows the development of Twitter leads.
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