Twitter Spaces brings live audio conversations to Android

Starting in the next few days, users with access to the beta will be able to listen and speak in conversations through Spaces

Twitter has expanded its experience of live audio conversations Twitter Spaces, similar to the popular voice social network Clubhouse, which is now available in beta for users of mobile phones with Android operating system, as well as more users in general.

Twitter Spaces was announced in November and in December 2020 it already began to be tested among Apple’s iOS mobile users, at that time among a reduced number of users in beta, although now the function has been extended to a larger number of communities of the platform.

Twitter has announced in a statement the arrival of the Spaces beta also for Android mobiles. Starting in the next few days, users with access to the beta will be able to listen and speak in conversations through Spaces, and the ability to host is coming soon.

Spaces offers a similar operation to the Clubhouse voice social network, and allows you to have live audio conversations moderated by a host, in which you can participate as a speaker or as a listener.

Joining a space on Android is possible through the purple aura displayed on the Fleets line, by tapping to join, or also through a link shared through tweets or direct messages, for example. Android people can also use emojis to react, view captions, and receive invitations to speak in a space.

Source: dpa

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