The Clubhouse voice chat app has dropped significantly in the past month, according to Sensor Tower. The company itself hasn’t responded to the numbers nor does it publish the numbers of the downloads.
It had around 922,000 downloads in April, The sensor tower tells a business insider. There were 2.7 million in March and 9.6 million in February. This seems to mean that interest in the voice chat app is waning. Sensor Tower mentions that existing users return frequently to the app, without mentioning the numbers. Analyst Inc. collects data by partner companies and labels in download stores for estimates of downloads and usage.
The company behind Clubhouse doesn’t publish user numbers, so it’s unclear how many people are using the service. The app is only available for iOS. For Android version It is now running a limited beta test. It is not known when the release should take place.
Meanwhile, competitors are busy integrating live voice chat into their platforms, which is something Tweakers are doing Recently featured in the Plus article. Discord and Twitter, among others, have similar live voice chat to Clubhouse, while Facebook and LinkedIn, the Microsoft platform, also do the same job.
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