Clubhouse’s Android beta test, Nigeria partners with Microsoft – Techpoint Africa


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Good day,
Oluwanifemi and Emmanuel here.

Today we are discussing:

  • Clubhouse begins Android app Beta test
  • Nigeria’s partnership with Microsoft for Internet

Too late, Clubhouse?

Photo by Dmitry Mashkin on Unsplash

Not much has happened since Paul Davison, Clubhouse CEO and Co-founder, said, “Clubhouse will soon be available for Android users” several months ago. However, it was revealed at a weekly town hall event that the live audio chat app has started beta testing the Android version. There were no words on the timing of a full rollout.

Clubhouse has been exclusive to iOS users in its thirteen months of operation during which a Series C investment raised its valuation to $4 billion. With a competitor on almost every social app, Twitter Spaces — the most popular on the list — has beaten Clubhouse to Android.

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