According to reports, Social media giant, Facebook is working on its own version of one of the hottest apps around, Clubhouse social app.
The audio-chat Android/iOS app (which is currently invite-only) few weeks ago when Elon Musk joined a room in the app for conversation.
Likewise, Mark Zuckerberg recently popped in to chat as well, hence reports indicated that the Facebook CEO obviously has some interest in Clubhouse Social App.
Clubhouse Social App has gained reputation and has garnered lots of users following its rules that interested users must join through invitation, unlike other social media networks.
The company has prided itself as “a new type of social product based on voice [that] allows people everywhere to talk, tell stories, develop ideas, deepen friendships, and meet interesting new people around the world.”
However, according to The New York Times, Facebook leaders have asked developers to build the company’s version of Clubhouse Social App, which will offer audio chat service.
The reports also revealed that the app is said to be in the early stages of development.
It’s no longer new that Facebook, of course, has a long history of borrowing ideas from competitors, often to great success.
Instagram Stories emerged as a clone of Snapchat’s fleeting photos and videos.
The company has also rolled out versions of TikTok (Instagram Reels) and Zoom (Messenger Rooms) over the last year.
Facebook rolling out a version of Clubhouse Social App will be a very strong competition to the CEOs, Paul Davison and Rohan Seth. Who founded the audio-chat app.
As of May 2020, Clubhouse social app was valued at around $100 million, despite have just 1,500 users at the time, according to CNBC.