Clubhouse, an audio-only social site, will be available for Android users in India starting May 21, according to a tweet from the company on Sunday. Last week, the company announced that it would begin rolling out Android support to users in the United States, and that the rest of the world would be added by the end of this week. Android support will be available in Russia, Japan, and Brazil by Tuesday, according to Clubhouse.
“Clubhouse is a space for casual, drop-in audio conversations — with friends and other interesting people around the world.”, company on Playstore
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The success of Clubhouse has also fuelled general audio interest, with last year’s company valuation growing to one trillion dollars. The iOS version of app has been in use for more than one year now. With rival Twitter bringing its competing Spaces platform to Android in March and Facebook announcing a slew of audio-focused features for the rest of the year, the competition is increasing. Clubhouse’s model is being replicated in India, with Chingari launching its own Fireside app that is similar to Clubhouse.