About a week ago I was invited to test out an invite-only app called Clubhouse.
Being an avid Android user, I literally headed out and bought my first iPhone JUST FOR THIS APP.
I don't regret it...
A brief background of the Clubhouse mobile app:
Clubhouse is an invite-only drop-in audio chat app where users can discuss and listen to varying topics.
It launched in April 2020 and has since seen a burst of popularity over in the iOS App Store, getting featured only weeks after launching... partly due to their invite-only policy (FOMO) and the multitude of high profile personas already on the app.
Clubhouse consists of what's called a hallway. This hallway is then populated with rooms related to the interests you've selected when first creating your profile. Choosing languages as an interest will populate your hallway with language-related rooms. Choosing start-ups as interest, will populate your hallway with entrepreneurial rooms.
What makes the Clubhouse Mobile App unique?
Clubhouse is unique in the fact that it's the ONLY up & running audio social media platform.
Our team is aware of Twitter spaces, Twitter's copycat, but it's yet to live up to Clubhouse's traction.
What makes it really unique is the fact that it's the only social media platform where users can engage with high-level personas like Grant Cardone, Gary V, and Tai Lopez with ease. All they have to do is raise their hand, be elevated to the stage and ask their question.
Takeaway: If you're looking to connect with other like-minded individuals, Clubhouse is definitely an app to check out.
@krystallis on Clubhouse.