Clubhouse – the company that made titles just a few months ago for painting big celebrities (and Elon Musk) —It seems to have reached a peak point. In April, the app reached a total of 922,000 downloads, new research found, a sharp decline after introduction millions of new users just a month earlier.
These figures come from the analytical company SensorTower, which previously indicated that the app has been running for months. In January, Clubhouse achieved 2 million downloads. In February, the app launched 9.5 million downloads but submerged back to about 2.7 million in March, according to the company’s number. Now it doesn’t reach a million downloads per month for April, which is a minimum we haven’t seen since December last year.
There is for any reason these numbers may decrease. Some have theorized that the audio-only app, which remains exclusively for iOS, it was a hit over the pandemic, simply because so many of us were hungry to talk to others people. With vaccination numbers headlong in U.S., and people actually starts to leave their houses for the first time by god knows how long, there is a chance Clubhouse is simple a whim from the pandemic era. There is also the fact that high-ranking competitors like Facebook, Twitter and Spotify have collectively jump on a social audio train in an attempt to court Clubhouse’s user base. On Monday, for example, Twitter officially deployed its own Clubhouse competitor, Spaces, for everyone Android and iOS users who have 600 or more followers.
Clubhouse, meanwhile, is working to court these users. The company announced on Sunday that the company is testing the android version of your app s a handful of “friendly testers” outside the company. Although there is currently no way for the wider Android community to sign up for this app, Clubhouse explained in it notes to the publication that it plans to welcome these users to the platform “in the coming weeks”.