Twitter opens its audio chatroom “Spaces” to Android users

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Twitter has opened Spaces, its audio chat room, to Android users, the company tweeted Tuesday.

Twitter announced a limited version of the Clubhouse competitor in iOs in January.

While any of Twitter’s iOS app users can join Spaces, only a few can host them at the moment. Twitter mentioned it was giving Spaces a “very small feedback group” to start, with women and people from marginalized groups given priority. Now, users of Twitter’s Android app can listen and join Spaces as well.

The announcement tweet did not mention when Android users will be able to host Spaces; it will look like Android users can listen and speak to conversations in Spaces  but not host their own chats just yet.

Twitter has been ramping up its forays into voice-based features over the past months. In addition to launching Spaces in beta, it introduced audio tweets last June in iOS for a limited number of individuals. The audio tweets allow users to record and send audio messages up to 140 seconds long.


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