Thursday, July 29

Clubhouse is out of beta and is now open to all | Digital Trends Spanish

Finally, the day came when you don’t need an invitation to enter the Clubhouse. The application has finished its beta phase, so there are no longer waiting lists or anything like that: anyone can create an account and start using the audio rooms without restrictions.

This release comes just a year later since Clubhouse started as a beta limited to very few users. In a post in the official blog, the creators of the social network say that this is a new chapter in the life of Clubhouse, completed with the recent launch of instant messaging within the application itself.

According to the company, since the Android launch last May, the number of users has increased by 10 million. And people spend more than an hour on average inside the Clubhouse, not only listening to what others have to say but also talking and generating conversations.

Clubhouse promises regular app updates, which should be released every two weeks at the most. In addition, just at its premiere the new version arrives for both iOS and Android, which they hope will receive many new users and that these not only enter for the novelty, but also stay in time.

Because if there is something clear at Clubhouse, it is that the competition will not be less. Without going any further, they write it explicitly: “we know that there will be ups and downs along the way and that the competition with larger social networks will be very tough”.

With the above, they clearly refer to what Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are doing, which have integrated into their services something similar to that of Clubhouse: audio rooms in which many users chat (or listen to the conversations of others).

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