Twitter is coming up with a feature, called Spaces, which will allow users to create their own rooms and share audio clips on Twitter.
Clubhouse is an invitation-only audio-chat application launched in April 2020 by Paul Davison and Rohan Seth of Alpha Exploration Co. that facilitates auditory communication for groups of a few individuals up to over 5,000 people.
It became popular among users after billionaires Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg made appearances on this fast-growing platform that’s reportedly commanding a billion-dollar valuation and massive rise in user growth.
If you’re still hunting for a Clubhouse invite, you might have better luck jumping on the live audio bandwagon through Twitter. No invitation required!
The social network is aiming to make its audio alternative, Spaces, available to all its users globally by next month. The feature will be included in the Twitter app itself and lets users create their own rooms, also known as Space for others to join, as well as share audio clips via tweets and direct messages.
We’re working on something we think you’ll love — Twitter Spaces!— Twitter (@Twitter) March 11, 2021
Still in test mode but rolling out soon. Here’s a peek at what everybody’s talking about… pic.twitter.com/KMXzmKzbDp
It’s “a small experiment focused on the intimacy of the human voice,” Twitter said when it launched Spaces in December.
Android folks, our beta is growing! starting today you will be able to join and talk in any Space. SOON you’ll be able to create your own but we’re still working out some things. keep your 👀 out for live Spaces above your home tl— Spaces (@TwitterSpaces) March 2, 2021
Spaces is currently available to anyone on iOS and Android for joining and listening in a room. But the ability to create a room is available only to select iOS users, According to Twitter. The Android beta test for Twitter Spaces started earlier this month.
“Introducing Spaces, Now you can tweet and talk.”