A spokesperson for the microblogging site said on Thursday that Twitter’s goal is to provide its real-time audio capabilities to all users by April.

Twitter’s Spaces competes with Clubhouse, an invitation-based audio-based social networking startup that became famous after the appearances of tech celebrities Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg.

In late February, Twitter tested the feature from 1,000 users, starting with women and marginalized groups.

In March, the social media platform began to launch Spaces for Android users around the world. According to the company, at present, Android users will not be able to host the space, but they will be able to join and talk in the space, and hosting is coming soon.

Last December, this feature allowed users to create public and private audio chat rooms on the Weibo platform for the first time. But its testing is limited to iOS and has now been extended to include Android users.

“We are expanding so that more people have the opportunity to join Spaces and listen! Launched in the next few days, people using Android can now join, listen and talk on Spaces,” Twitter said in a statement. Twitter first confirmed that it is providing the feature to Android users in the following ways: tweet In late January.

When announcing the launch, Twitter executives emphasized that for Spaces, this is still in its infancy, adding that their first task is to establish moderation, and pointed out that this is why they take a cautious approach to launch such as recording conversation The reason for the feature, you can find supporters in podcasts and space money, which may make this feature more attractive to Twitter influencers.

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