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Clubhouse has expanded to host half a million "rooms" per day since its launch a year ago, with the typical listener spending more than an hour per day in the online community.
The Live Audio App has deleted Clubhouse's system to allow anybody to join the platform, the company said on Wednesday, July 21.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the social app, which had phenomenal early growth, required previous people to be asked to join a waiting list by an existing user. A blog post said that it had always intended the app to open, but it invites user numbers to temper it.
The clubhouse is faced with launching similar audio chat services by social media firms such as Facebook, Twitter, and the streaming giant Spotify.
"We realize that we are going to have many more ups and downs as we scale, and there's gaining tough competition from the large networks," the company wrote in its post.
"Clubhouse, on the other hand, has always been a dream of ours. Everyone in the world should be able to participate in important discussions. And the best Clubhouse rooms are the ones where you meet individuals from all aspects of life."
Last week, the "Backchannel" function was added by Clubhouse that allows anyone to send direct messages on the site. Since the beginning of the backchannel, the company has been sending around 90 million direct messages. The function is designed to enable speakers to coordinate with co-hosts or share queries from the public apart from messaging friends on the platform.
Contributed by Lendcy Mae Mojica