Clubhouse, where members join virtual rooms for live, unscripted discussions, said Wednesday it will no longer be just an invitation or operate a waiting list to join the app. Now all iOS and Android users in the U.S. and abroad can now sign up.
“The invitation system has been an important part of our initial story,” Davison and Seth wrote in a blog post Wednesday. They also said that adding people in waves has helped “grow Clubhouse in a measured way.”
According to data from Sensor Tower, which tracks mobile apps, Clubhouse has experienced a significant decline in monthly IOS downloads in recent months, from its peak of 9.6 million downloads in February to just 719,000 in May. Overall, the app has reached approximately 29.8 million installations worldwide in the App Store and Google Play, according to Sensor Tower.
But Clubhouse suggested participation on the platform remains strong.
“We know there will be many higher and lower as we scale, and the competition from the big networks will be fierce. But we believe the future is created by optimists, and we are happy to continue working to build a different kind of social network.” , wrote Davison and Seth.
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