Clubhouse finally adds support for web listening

Since its debut in 2020, joining a conversation on Clubhouse has meant opening the app. But that is no longer the case. If you live in the US, you can listen to replays and live rooms with replays enabled from today using a web browser. In addition, you do not need to log in to use Clubhouse in this way.

Clubhouse notes that the feature is experimental, so expect bugs. However, the company says it will roll out to more countries if people find it “useful.” Likewise, it will consider supporting more room types and other parts of the Clubhouse experience over time.

Separately, the company updates its stock sheet. If you’re in a spare room, you can tap the Share button at the bottom of the interface to post a link to a session via Clubhouse, a social network, or messaging app. If you choose the first option, you can add a comment describing the room. If it’s a live room, your followers will be notified so they can join.

In particular, both updates ensure that Clubhouse makes its app more widely accessible. When the app first launched, you had to get an invite to join. But as companies like Facebook and Twitter have moved to add live audio to their platforms, it’s been forced to adapt to stay relevant.

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