Twitter has already given Android users a free pass to enjoy its new proposal to interact through voice chats.
Some users started seeing Twitter Spaces in the Android app a few days ago, but now it is officially open to everyone. Don’t get too excited just yet, though, as Twitter has limited some of its features.
Twitter Spaces is now available on Android
However, you’ll find that from the Twitter app on Android, the ability to create your rooms is not yet open. It’s still a feature exclusive to a small group of iOS users, at least temporarily. But you will be able to join any Twitter Spaces you find or are invited to.
Let’s remember that just like ClubHouse, this Twitter proposal gives users the possibility to communicate through audio chats in private spaces. A function that boosts interaction on the platform, since you will not have to integrate any extra app and gives a bonus to those who feel comfortable expressing themselves through voice audio.
Of course, it also wants to attract the attention of ClubHouse users, who already know the possibilities that this dynamic can bring in a variety of scenarios. Also, Twitter also includes some extras to these private spaces, for example, subtitles, sending emojis as reactions, among others.
And on the other hand, it is working on new options to customize these spaces and give more information to those who wish to participate or who have already joined, for example, the ability to add a name to the spaces and even see who has joined the room.