What Is Clubhouse? The Social Media App That Everyone Is Talking About
Clubhouse allows users to post audio clips instead of text. The company describes itself as a "new type of social project based on voice" in which "people everywhere (can) talk, tell stories, develop ideas, deepen friendships and meet interesting new people."
Paul Davison and Rohan Seth, founder of Nanosonic Technologies announced that the company was estimated at $100 million by 2020.
When users download the app, they can access various virtual rooms. When a user enters a room, the device automatically switches on the audio. The owner of a room is the one who decides who can chat and want to join in the conversation. CNBC classifies the online shared information sharing capability as "like walking into a conference room where a panel or Q&A is happening."
You can enter at any time. On their website, Clubhouse has said that people have used the app to talk about a variety of topics.
How to join Clubhouse
Clubhouse boasts of exclusivity — you have to get invited by an existing member before being able to sign up. The New York Times estimates in December 2020 that there were 600,000 users of the service. (In contrast, Facebook has 2.7 billion users while Twitter only has 330 million users.)
It's not clear when those who're interested in joining the club will be able to do so without an invite. iPhone users can reserve a username without an invitation. They are still not able to reach us on their mobile. It claims that the intention is to "grow it gradually."
This means that it doesn't break, and that the makeup of our culture is diverse. Second, we're a tiny team, and we haven't yet completed all the tools for bigger culture.
The app's invite-only point introduces individuality into the app. There are also a number of popular people among the users of Twitter, for example, Oprah Winfrey, Jared Leto, and Chris Rock.
The difference between Clubhouse and other social media app
What differentiates Clubhouse from other social media platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more, is the audio-based format. The company claimed the that audio-only, camera-free atmosphere is a "very special medium."
"You don't have to worry about eye contact, what you're wearing or where you are," Voice can bind people to nature and each other. It is human to use it to communicate.