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SAN FRANCISCO: Clubhouse, a social media app that is accessible via call around the world, is becoming increasingly popular, and Twitter itself is concerned about its popularity.
By visiting this app you can participate in rooms built on countless topics. Here you can access chat rooms on topics ranging from science, religion, fashion, startups, corona virus epidemics to other topics, but so far this app can only be accessed by invitation.
But this platform does not contain any text, pictures or videos but participants send voice notes to each other or talk live. There are thousands of rooms where one person works as a moderator. People who come here virtually raise their hands and ask permission, so the moderator turns on their mic, after which they can speak.
Interestingly, the clubhouse is currently being used by big business people, celebrities, showbiz personalities, technology leaders and other experts. Thus, the scope of the Clubhouse app is growing rapidly.
Rohan Seth and Paul Davison are its founders and they think that this kind of social interaction seems a bit natural and normal. Many people can gather here and talk to each other and people listen to each other and participate in it.