Lately, Twitter’s developed audio chat rooms that feature as Spaces was enabled for Android users, while the iOS user-base anticipated to utilize the Twitter clubhouse-like audio chat rooms.
Although Twitter has been hinting at making Spaces available for iOS users, which now accesses the feature — they pulled a more logical move to develop Spaces to feature on its desktop version. The Verge disclosed that Twitter intends to release Spaces for the web user-base.
An app researcher Jane Manchun Wong shared her findings on her social media, which The Verge picked sense off her tweet, and Twitter is yet to respond to The Verge’s request for an interview concerning the matter.
Although the microblogging company has been discretely developing Spaces until one of Twitter’s developer shared potential ideas of how Spaces supposedly looks like — images of Spaces cover screen was leaked on the previous Friday.
Recently, Twitter hinted about creating an avenue for expansion by investing in cryptocurrencies like its other tech counterparts, such as Uber, Tesla, and Visa. Twitter’s “logical move” also serves as an expansion strategy — Spaces currently features as a mobile platform whereby Twitter is rolling out a desktop version soonest, likewise other of its platforms.
App specialist believes that as soon as Twitter’s Spaces is made available for its entire user-base, it is expected to rival Clubhouse and Discord, its close counterpart. Meanwhile, Discord’s audio chat room they dubbed “Stage Channels” rolled out yesterday; its entire user-base can access this feature.
In sum, Twitter, Clubhouse, and Discord have made the audio chat room a viral social tool. Other social media want to join the train, including Spotify, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Slack — most of these tech companies already have the feature as an ongoing project under development.