The app will be available in India, Brazil, Nigeria, Russia and Japan starting Friday. Make the official announcement Clubhouse tweeted: “Android rollout continues! Japan, Brazil and Russia will be available on Tuesday, Nigeria and India on Friday, the rest of the world during the week and available worldwide until Friday afternoon.”
Android rollout continues! 🇯🇵🇧🇷 🇷🇺 Japan, Brazil and Russia come on Tuesday🇳🇬🇮🇳 Nigeria & India on Friday AM🌐 Rest… https://t.co/59AOXziZdG
– Clubhouse (@Clubhouse) 1621182901000
Originally the clubhouse was only available on for the first year iOS. Despite the restricted access, the app managed to reach 10 million users in the first year.
The voice-based social network is valued at $ 4 billion in the latest fundraiser. The app has grown in popularity over the past year and is used by several high profile celebrities, investors, politicians, and entrepreneurs. Clubhouse started work on the Android version of the app earlier this year and started beta testing this month.
Various online reports suggest that Clubhouse has decided to expand to the Android platform in order to maintain growth. The app has struggled to maintain a pace of growth over the past few months.
The Clubhouse Android app is currently missing a number of functions. For example, users cannot follow a topic, create or manage a club, make payments, or link their social profiles. However, the company is working on integrating the iOS features into the Android version of the app.
For those who didn’t know, Clubhouse is a voice-only audio-only social media app. Once you are in the clubhouse, you can get in and out of different chats depending on your area of interest. You have the choice to occupy yourself with your thoughts or just to listen to what is happening in different rooms.