Last week, audio-only social media app Clubhouse had introduced that it’ll launch its Android beta app in India and now the app has turn into out there on Google Play Store.
The app is suitable with Android gadgets working Android 8.zero or later.
The app works on an invite-only mannequin to enroll new customers. Therefore, if you’re an Android person you could have to search for an invitation to start out utilizing the Clubhouse app.
Earlier this month, Clubhouse founders stated that the invite and waitlist system will go on for a while. However, as the corporate continues to scale out the backend, it plans ‘to begin opening up even further, welcoming millions more people in from the iOS waitlist, expanding language support, and adding more accessibility features, so that people worldwide can experience Clubhouse in a way that feels native to them.”
Clubhouse has been the talk of the town for a while now and various big players of the social media domain have been working or already rolled out a similar functionality on their portals.
Even though Clubhouse was an iOS-only app for a long time, it was also quite popular and in-demand among Android users.
Back in March, Google Play Store was being flooded with clone apps of Clubhouse.
These apps were flagged by WeLiveSecurity as a platform via which, “cybercriminals are trying to take advantage of the popularity of Clubhouse to deliver malware that aims to steal users’ login info for quite a lot of on-line companies.”
The report had defined how the malicious package deal, which comes with a trojan nicknamed “BlackRock” by ThreatFabric, is introduced from a web site that has the appear and feel of the genuine app. Once the sufferer is hooked into downloading and putting in BlackRock, the trojan tries to steal their credentials utilizing an overlay assault.