Browser Users Can Now Join Twitter’s Spaces

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From Wednesday, desktop and mobile web browsers will be able to join Twitter’s clubhouse-like rooms, Spaces.

Whereas in the past users could only join Spaces from Twitter’s IOS and Android apps, Twitter’s new announcement will help make the company’s social audio spaces much more accessible in general.

To compete with the dedicated social audio app Clubhouse and new social audio features from companies such as Discord and Facebook, Twitter has launched Spaces and added several features.

One of the features is the ability to host mobile rooms for anyone with more than 600 followers.

For more information, read the original story in The Verge.


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