According to reports, Twitter Spaces is being launched for desktop web browsers. Twitter Spaces is an audio-only room function, comparable to Clubhouse. It has been tested against iOS before, and then tested against Android smartphones. Twitter has not mentioned any specific information about when the desktop version will be released to users. Multiple platforms are releasing their own Clubhouse competitors, and and Telegram have released their versions. Facebook, LinkedIn, Mark Cuban’s Fireside, Slack and Spotify are also developing their own iterations.

One tweet Reverse engineering expert Jane Manchun Wong showed off the appearance of Twitter Spaces for desktop web browsers.other Husband and wife of tweet An article published by Tipter Noah (@magusnn) on March 26 shows what the desktop version of Twitter’s new features looks like. According to a report by The Verge, Twitter confirmed that it is developing new features for the publication’s desktop browser. Gadget 360 has contacted Twitter to confirm at the same time and the expected launch timeline. This report will be updated after receiving the response.

According to reports, shortly after the release of Discord’s stage channel on April 1, Twitter expanded to the desktop browser. These additions to social media platforms are similar to Clubhouse, where users can make pure audio calls with limited speakers and a wide audience. The host can select the members of the audience can speak in the call after the audience “raises their hands”. Twitter is expected to launch Spaces for its users this month.

Clubhouse was launched in April 2020. This is an invitation-based audio-based social networking application, currently only available for iOS. CEO and co-founder Paul Davison (Paul Davison) recently confirmed that Clubhouse is also developing an Android application. Telegram also launched Voice Call 2.0, which allows users to have real-time voice sessions with unlimited participants. It will enable users to record voice chats for future reference, cite a mobile phone system, invite links and voice chat titles.

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Earlier this week, Twitter added some new features to its fleet-disappearing post features (such as Instagram and Snapchat stories). Users can now add stickers in the form of GIFs and Twemojis (Twitter’s emoji).


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