Are you excited for Clubhouse on Android?

Clubhouse Google Play Screenshot
Clubhouse Google Play Screenshot (Image credit: Google Play)

It may sound hard to believe, but the popular audio-sharing social app Clubhouse is finally available on Android. Clubhouse first launched on iOS in April 2020 and quickly gained popularity among influencers before spreading to the general public. It also influenced a host of competitors, from Twitter Spaces to similar attempts by the likes of Facebook and Slack.

This weekend we received confirmation that Clubhouse will is now available in beta on Android (U.S. only) via an invite system, but this is just a precursor to the app becoming more widely available soon. Whether you have one of the best Android phones or are rocking a good budget device, you'll soon have the opportunity to experience what all of your iPhone-wielding friends have been raving about. But will you?

Jeramy Johnson

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  • Why would anyone on Android be excited for what amount to nothing more than yet another attention seeking platform? They should have kept it in Apple's restrictive walled garden.
  • Never heard of it
  • Never heard of it before today and even after reading the first couple of articles here, I have no idea what it does. "Audio sharing" is a bit generic.
  • I’ve never heard of it, so no, I’m not the least bit excited.
  • WTF is Clubhouse?
  • it's actually not that bad. I sat in on a few talks last night. It was pretty good. Dane Cook was leading one, and I'm not a fan of his, but they had many good topics. They have junk rooms talking about weird stuff, but so does Reddit. You just have to pick and choose.
  • Didn't care about it either way
  • Honestly can't say I could care less! Stupidly overhyped.
  • Apparently influencers don't work on me because I've never heard of this app until right now, and based on what little you wrote in the article, I still have no idea what it is. So no, not excited at all.