The Social Networking platform Twitter has opened its audio chat room called Spaces to Android users,
The company established a limited version of the Clubhouse competitor on iOS in January.
Wherever any Twitter users can easily join the Spaces app on the iOS version, only a few of them can host them at the moment.
The company said it was giving Spaces to a very small feedback group, people connect. Now the users of Twitter can join and listen to the Spaces on Android.
Also, the company doesn’t mention when Android users will be able to access Spaces and build a community on the audio platform.
The company has ramped up its forays into voice-based features over the past several months. Furthermore, Twitter launching Spaces in beta it introduces audio tweets last Jun on iOS for a limited number of people.
It allowing users to record their audio and send audio messages up to 140 seconds long. Also, it supported voice-based direct messages in India last month for Android and iOS apps.