Twitter Spaces now supports desktop and mobile browsers. The social media giant confirmed that this update rolled out on Wednesday, May 26. This is a major enhancement since the new Twitter Spaces was only available on iOS and Android apps.
If you have no idea what the new Twitter Spaces is, it is an audio-exclusive feature that can only be accessed by users with at least 600 followers. This new capability allows a Twitter user to host voice chats with its followers.
You can either choose to be a listener or a speaker during the stream. This is also the reason why it is considered as the new competitor of the popular voice-only app Clubhouse.
To give you more idea, here are other details of Twitter Spaces' new desktop and mobile browser supports.
Twitter Spaces Desktop and Mobile Browser Versions
Previously, various sources confirmed that Twitter has been making various innovations for its latest Spaces feature. These include Twitter Spaces' Meet and Greet subscription.
And now, Gizmodo reported that the mobile browser and desktop supports are now available for Twitter Spaces.
"Starting today, spaces will be available on https://Twitter.com (mobile web, desktop web)," said Twitter.
The giant social media platform also confirmed new features available on Twitter Spaces' desktop and mobile browser versions:
- Accessibility and transcriptions
- Infrastructure and listening UI that adapts to your screen size
- Setting reminders for scheduled spaces
we want to learn from your experience, and hear your feedback. let us know what you think!— Spaces (@TwitterSpaces) May 26, 2021
Twitter's latest post was able to gather around 230 comments, 2,500 retweets, and 4,200 likes.
"We want to learn from your experience, and hear your feedback. let us know what you think!" added the social media giant.
Other Details of Twitter Spaces' Desktop and Mobile Browser Versions
According to The Verge's latest report, the desktop and mobile browser versions of the latest Twitter Space feature still don't allow users to host their own voice-chat rooms.
As of the moment, the new Spaces feature of Twitter is considered an advanced competitor for other popular audio apps. These include Discord, Facebook, and Clubhouse.
However, the giant social media platform is still working to improve the new audio-exclusive feature. Right now, it is still hard to conclude if it is better than Clubhouse, or its other competitors.
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Written by: Griffin Davis