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The social app is coming to Android in May

The popular Clubhouse community app has recently become an event. It is only available on iOS, but its developer has announced the immediate arrival of the app on Android smartphones.

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Until now, Clubhouse has been an exclusive app for iOS users. This was also the case A boon to some sites Competitors who recently introduced the hotline and started offering clubhouse-like features like Facebook.

For now, there is no Android version of the Clubhouse app, A lack that provided bad ideas for some misconceptions. In fact, hackers used the platform’s invitation system to spread a Trojan on a large scale, believing victims to be able to download the Android version of the app.

Clubhouse is coming to Android soon

Clubhouse developer Mobeva Okundip recently announced on his Twitter account that the Android app will soon be available to end users. In his tweet, Mobeva’s profile can be found on the iPhone app and the Google Pixel phone. According to Morgan Evets, the Android version will be available by the end of May.

According to the latest figures updated in February 2021, Clubhouse has already surpassed 8 million downloads worldwide, although it is officially named Beta. Attendance at the use of celebrities such as Elon Musk or Bill Gates May have strongly contributed to the success of the new social platform.

The Clubhouse app is currently facing a major controversy as more than a million users have hacked their personal data. According to the social network, this data was already public, but This raises questions about the company’s position on privacy protection.

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Even if the app is available on the Google Play Store, the lack of privacy will slow down Clubhouse’s meteoric growth. This new controversy is coming at the wrong time It comes just days after hacking discovered the personal data of 20 million French people on Facebook.