Last January, Clubhouse confirmed that its popular voice chats social network will be coming soon to Android, without giving an approximate date for its launch on Google Play until now.
A couple of months is what it seems that Android users have to keep waiting to be able to use Clubhouse on our devices unless you want to use its unofficial application now.
Clubhouse on its way to Android
Clubhouse co-founder, Paul Davison, has confirmed in an interview that they are working very hard to bring their app to Android, but that it would take a “couple of months”. So Clubhouse would not come to Android until late this spring or early summer, barring delays.
Paul Davison explained the company’s approach to scale to a larger market like Android, with billions of devices in the market. In order not to see the experience negatively affected they will have to make the effort to go at a slow pace while rivals like Telegram or Twitter have launched their alternatives.
As the social network grows in users they see more foreign language groups in their feeds, making it harder for them to find friends and the best content, reports co-founder.
Maintaining the success of Clubhouse is the new challenge the company has to address. To do this they plan to make several changes, such as tweaking the feed, giving more control over notifications and new customization options before scaling their app to a larger user base.
In the coming months, they also hope to eliminate Clubhouse invitations to make their voice social network available to everyone, and they report that Android is important to that step along with the localization of their app.