Android users waited quite a long time for it.
ClubHouse made them wait a while. So much so that the iOS users have essentially gone through every nook and cranny of the app, and seen the updates and logos change from time to time.
But now, Android users can download the app and install it as well.
It first launched a beta version for Android users in the United States, but since then has opened it up to Android users all over the world. At this point, the estimated value of the startup is now $4 billion.
That’s how much it has expanded since its launch last year. After its success with iOS users, the startup began work on the Android version early this year in anticipation to test it with various audiences before beginning its major rollout globally.
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Although competitors have arrived in Twitter’s spaces most notably, ClubHouse has maintained its dominance despite efforts from Facebook and other platforms trying to tap into the audio-only social enterprise’s prowess.
We’re still yet to see if CH continues to roll independently with its investors or is eventually bought out like Instagram or Whatsapp were by Facebook.