5 Best Clubhouse Alternatives

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5 Best Clubhouse Alternatives

Clubhouse is a social networking application for both iOS and Android that allows users to connect in voice chat rooms with thousands of other users from around the world. LIVE conversations are held on the audio-only app, and users may engage by speaking and listening. The special feature of this app is that it’s an invite-only space for contributors and artists. It has virtual rooms, i.e., confined spaces where different people talk and altogether develop ideas and meet interesting new people from all parts of the globe.

There are numerous alternatives of Clubhouse, read further to know more about them.

1. Discord - You're losing out on a lot of fun if you simply use Discord for chatting or talking to your buddies while gaming. Stage Channels, a Discord-based alternative to Clubhouse, is now available. It's a new sort of Discord channel where you may invite others to conduct a public chat, similar to Clubhouse. The “raise hand” function for listeners sends a request to the moderator, who may then select whether to allow them to speak in Stage channels. The moderator also has a lot of power; for example, they can transfer a speaker to an audience group, remove someone from the channel, and so on. On Clubhouse, many users complain that they can’t find who is speaking, and they have to scroll down to find the speakers, and that’s a plus point of using Discord over Clubhouse.

2. Fireside - Fireside is a good choice if you're searching for a Made-in-India Clubhouse option. When it comes to Fireside, it has a remarkable resemblance to Clubhouse and similar functions. I must add, the user interface is quite nice. It is divided into three sections: live chat rooms, Covid assistance, and resources. English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada are all supported by Fireside.

3. Leher - Leher is an Indian app that has been accessible on the Play Store since 2018 and aims to provide a similar experience to Clubhouse. The app bills itself as "Audio and Video Live Discussion Clubs". Clubhouse only allows for voice-only conversation, but Leher allows for both audio and video chat. You also have a discoverable feed, similar to a Clubhouse, where you may join clubs and listen to conversations without any invitations.

4. Spoon - Spoon appears to be a good alternative to Clubhouse since it provides a searchable public platform where anybody may drop in and listen to live conversations. Spoon claims that its audio platform has been utilised by 30 million people, which is quite an accomplishment. You may start your own audio live broadcasts, a music room, or a typical podcasting session with your pals.

5. Facebook Live Audio Rooms - We recently learned that Facebook was working on a combination of Clubhouse and Instagram Live called Hotline. The concept is similar to Clubhouse in that up to 50 people can speak at the same time on a given topic. Plus, Facebook Live Rooms allows hosts to put up a fundraiser if they want to promote a cause, something Clubhouse currently does not allow.

These are the alternatives of Clubhouse available for users online. Along the same lines, Spotify and LinkedIn are building competitors of Clubhouse, there may be more alternatives in the coming months. If you are interested to know how to build an app like Clubhouse you will need an app development expert to guide you through the process.

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