Rising audio-chat platform Clubhouse’s Android app surpassed 2 million downloads since it was first released on the Play Store last month. The company also announced new details about what’s to come this summer.
Clubhouse was only available for iOS users until early May when the company finally started beta-testing its Android app. Soon later, the app was launched on Google Play Store for the users in the United States and launched worldwide two weeks ago.
The company shared a tweet announcing that the app has surpassed 2 million Android users in just a week after the global launch.
Although the app is finally available on the Play Store, Android users are still not able to get access to most of the features that its iOS version offers.
Good news for Android users because the company also announced that the general release will arrive sometime this summer, completing the future parity and removing the invite-only limitations so that anyone can join the platform.
Even though the company hasn’t completed the general release yet, it’s successfully managed to become a strong competitor in the mobile ecosystem. Many social media companies including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Discord, Reddit and Telegram have already launched/announced their Clubhouse-rival services.