Twitter no longer wants you to make an account to listen to spaces. The social media platform’s competitor clubhouse recently opened audio chat rooms to everybody on iOS and android.
Now it has created it even easier for individuals to join spaces. If they only wish to listen in, a host of a space can share direct links to their chat rooms with others and you’ll be able to peek in to visualize what the discussion is regarding through the web app on a browser. To participate, you’ll need to register or create an account.
have friends not on Twitter? that's weird but now you can share direct links to your Spaces and they can listen in via web without being logged in
— Spaces (@XSpaces) November 4, 2021
Twitter has been adding tons of functionality to flush out the space experience. The most recent of that was a choice for hosts to record their spaces audio sessions. The host can get access to the their recordings for consequent thirty days. For now, the feature is limited to iOS users, with android support coming shortly.
The audio chat room market has been booming, with social media platforms all stepping in to challenge clubhouse. Facebook has proclaimed its providing known as Facebook Hotline, Spotify has greenroom, Microsoft-owned LinkedIn is functioning on one. Organisational communication platform Slack has also announced its interest, Discord recently launched Stage Channels and Reddit has additionally thrown its hat within the ring.
However, Clubhouse is not slowing down and recently proclaimed that India had become its largest Android market with over 1,000,000 users.