Twitter announced, through a tweet on its platform, the launch of a feature Spaces For voice chatting on Android devices, according to Theverge.com.
In January, Twitter introduced a limited version of this feature, which competes with the platform Clubhouse Designated for voice chat on a system iOS.
And since Twitter users can, through iPhones, access Spaces And listen to their chats, but only a few of them can host a chat at this time. Twitter said it was providing Spaces For a small group of users to get their opinions and comments, with priority given to women and people from marginalized groups. Twitter users on Android can now join Spaces And listen to her chats.
Twitter recently increased its interest in audio features; In addition to launching Spaces In its beta version, the company also provided the audio tweets last June on the system iOS For a limited number of people, as it allowed users to record and send their voice messages, provided that the duration does not exceed 140 seconds, simulating the size of the Tweet of 140 characters. The platform also supported voice direct messaging in India last month for both iOS And Android.