The Android version of Clubhouse was launched about a month ago. The rapidly growing audio app introduced its iOS version to the market last year with a huge success, and since then it has been showing no signs of slowing down.
The app caught the attention of many A-listers and the general public, making it one of the most sought-after apps in the market. The invite-only app completed its one-year run with the iOS version only. After making waves during its first year, Clubhouse recently launched its android version.
According to Clubhouse, the app has already exceeded 2M users on Android alone, doubling its base in just a week following a global launch. As Eightpoint Technologies has learned, the audio chat app is planning to lift the invite-only limitations in the near future, making Clubhouse available to everyone.
It’s worth mentioning also that last month the social audio app started letting all users pay other creators, with that being the first monetization tool built right into the app. Clubhouse won’t be taking a commission on the payments, meaning that creators will be getting the full amount users send them.
According to The Verge, “Not everyone will be able to receive payments just yet, though; that will be rolling out in waves, starting with a small test group”.