With figures like Elon Musk making the Clubhouse platform more popular in the past few weeks thanks to its fresh new concept of drop-in audio conversation where people can drop in and have a talk, the service is able to garner momentum thanks to the current state of the Pandemic which requires people who are staying at home to keep up with the community around them.
The Audio chatrooms concept is now becoming much popular and big tech companies seems to be betting on this new mode of communication and implementing them within their platforms as social media giants like Facebook is said to be making its own already.
Twitter on the other hand is also in to take a bite which the company call Twitter Spaces and report says the company might have started testing it out on Android platforms already.
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The feature has been exclusively on iOS with other iOS-exclusive features like voice tweets but the feature has reached the hands of numerous users as test. The Voice tweets is yet to make it to the Android platforms but only time will tell.
As for the porting on Android system, some users are reportedly installing the new feature based on a specific beta version of the Twitter app. (which you can download right here to see if it works for you).
While there isn’t an official rollout of the feature yet for Android platforms, there is no way of getting the feature on the stable versions of the Twitter app for Android.
And indeed: captions seem fairly wonky according to Android Police’s coverage, not to mention that you can’t start your own space, only join others’ spaces. The fact that it’s currently being worked on is pretty good on its own, and we can’t wait until the final rollout comes.