Twitter Spaces, the social network that takes out of Clubhouse's drop-down voice chat rooms, now appears to be spreading more widely on Android.

Twitter Spaces, the social network that takes out of Clubhouse's drop-down voice chat rooms, now appears to be spreading more widely on Android


Spaces are slowly rolling out to those who already signed up for the Twitter beta, but more users seem to see the option on their phones. Spaces, like the Clubhouse, allow you to create a chat room that everyone can access as long as they have the original broadcast or chat room connection.

Twitter Spaces for Android was only officially confirmed as returning at the beginning of March 2021, but the fact that it's already rolled out to a much larger audience is incredible. As previously stated, the “Spaces” option on Android is now more commonly available. Simply tap the "Compose" button to see if you can create your own Space. An expanded FAB should show "Spaces" alongside "Photos" and "Gif." The choice is currently visible on multiple accounts and devices, indicating that the rollout is well underway.

On Android, Twitter Spaces are becoming widely available

On Android, Twitter Spaces are becoming widely available

On Android, Twitter Spaces are becoming widely available


Creating a Twitter Space on Android is similar to creating one on iOS in that you can invite up to 10 active speakers, and anyone with the connection can listen in on the audio conversation. You can name your room, and once it's life, it'll appear to your followers in the same place that Twitter Stories do — right at the top of their home feeds.

We're still waiting for Clubhouse to arrive on Android, but expect any other app to incorporate their version of Discord-style voice chat channels as the developers struggle to get it ready for the world's most popular smartphone OS.


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