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Android users are now cool enough to join the Clubhouse

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Clubhouse is officially launching on Android devices

Booming voice-based social media network, Clubhouse is officially launching on Android devices.

The announcement was made by the company during its weekly town hall meeting which is hosted on the app.

Clubhouse began testing the app on non-IOS devices this month and it will officially launch the new Android service this week.

It will be available in beta on Google’s mobile OS today in the US, reports The Verge. This will allow users to sign up and participate in its audio-only chat rooms.

Clubhouse raises $4 billion

The company has also been busy raising venture capital, with the most recent round seeing investors value Clubhouse at around $4 billion.

The app allows participants to host or listen to live conference-call-style conversations.

However, the app has recently faced a slump in popularity with downloads declining 70% in March.

Facebook takes on Clubhouse

This comes after Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook is planning to launch an audio product similar to Clubhouse Audio.

It follows an explosion in the popularity of audio-based social media interaction, which came to prominence with Clubhouse.

Facebook isn’t the only tech giant to launch similar apps, with Twitter also rolling out its own version called Spaces and Discord adding Stage Channels.

Clubhouse partners with NFL

Clubhouse also recently announced plans to partner with the National Football League.

The NFL will host a series of draft-themed rooms on Clubhouse, an audio-driven social platform.

The company plans to open up the app with rooms for player assessments. Also, conversations with football team alumni.

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