Clubhouse: Drop-in audio chat
Download the Clubhouse iOS app for iPhone & iPad at apple app store
Clubhouse, is becoming the latest social media-based phenomenon, its voice-only app,Not quite a WhatsApp or private messenger, Paul Davison and Rohan Seth’s start-up first won the hearts – and, more importantly, pockets – of Silicon Valley in spring 2020. Since then, Clubhouse has risen from a Southern California talking point to become the main attraction of the media and music industries, with big names now clamouring for a chance to access the invite-only app.
Clubhouse is a space for casual, drop-in audio conversations—with friends and other interesting people around the world.
Go online anytime to chat with the people you follow, or hop in as a listener and hear what others are talking about.
Clubhouse will continue to be heralded as new users sign up, as it attempts to maintain its gleam in the face of being a new app, even if it really serves as a rehash of older experiences. It’s managed to influence one of the biggest micro-blogging sites in existence right now to think about audio once again and beta test similar functions. However, once you get past the smoke and mirrors, the user experience is a lot like that of other applications in its field. Pockets of enjoyment are there; however, that comes at the cost of routinely witnessing, either by hearsay or directly, some form of abuse, especially if you’re a minority – a crisis that tech companies in the age of social media, including new entrants like Clubhouse, have yet to truly master.