Clubhouse reaches one million users on Android

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Clubhouse is available to all mobile phone users with Android operating system since last Friday, all over the world, and to use it you just have to download the official app from the Google application store, Play Store.

Clubhouse says it will reach parity between iOS and Android users in just two weeks

Only in the first weekend, they have registered over a million new Clubhouse users on Android, as the company has communicated during its usual weekly event. According to its directors, they hope to achieve parity for iOS and Android users “in the next two weeks.” It is not unreasonable, considering that Android has a market share of 90% of the smart mobile phones in use in the world.

It is estimated that there are more than 15 million users on iOS, according to the registered downloads, although there is no official number of users of the application that has been released for the moment. It should be remembered that the app has been available only for iPhone users for more than a year, which generated a lot of expectation among users of the Android operating system.

However, the delay in the arrival of the Android app and the appearance of rivals such as Twitter Spaces – available now for iOS and Android users with more than 600 followers on Twitter – ended up undermining its popularity, something that Clubhouse hopes to overcome with the arrival of your Android app.

More tips at Clubhouse

It is not the only announcement that Clubhouse has made recently, which has extended the possibility of sending payments to users, in recognition of the content they share, to all users of the iOS app in the United States. Previously only 60,000 users had access to this functionality, which is now extended as a step prior to its worldwide launch and for all Clubhouse users, both iOS and Android, although at the moment it is not known when this could occur.

It should be noted that this functionality expands just when Twitter has also launched Tip Jar, the possibility of sending money to tweeters in the form of tips to recognize their contribution in the social network.