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Clubhouse ends invite system, opens the app for everyone


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Clubhouse ends invite system, opens the app for everyone

“The invite system has been an important part of our early history,” Clubhouse founders Paul Davison and Rohan Seth wrote in a blog announcement.

After remaining in Beta for one year, the pioneer of live audio chat apps, Clubhouse, has finally been made public. The company announced in a blog post that users no longer need an invitation or be on the waitlist to use the services of the live audio app. It is now open to everyone. Earlier, the app required either an invite from an already existing user or the interested user had to join a waitlist through a request to join the platform. 

“The invite system has been an important part of our early history,” Clubhouse founders Paul Davison and Rohan Seth wrote in a blog announcement. They said that adding users in waves and integrating new users into the app’s community through Town Halls and orientation sessions helped Clubhouse grow at a healthy rate without breaking, “but we’ve always wanted Clubhouse to be open.”

Clubhouse took off during the early days of the pandemic and engaged a lot of prominent voices, starting a new wave of the prominence of live audio chat apps. Later Facebook, telegram, Twitter, Discord, Spotify, and few others followed the trend and included the voice chat rooms and voice events into their existing platforms.

Also, after being exclusive to iOS for ten months, the app was made available to Android in May this year. But finally, after a long wait, it is now available for everyone. You can download the app and start using the app straightaway after registering.


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