Clubhouse is the latest startup to get cloned by Facebook, as the social media giant announces a suite of new audio features. Who will use them?
Facebook Inc. on Monday joined the scrum of tech companies pursuing the digital audio craze popularized by Clubhouse with new tools and features for live audio rooms, podcasts and soundbites.
Following Facebook’s announcement earlier this morning, Reddit today unveiled its new live audio platform that will be integrated into the social network. Named “Reddit Talk,” the feature will work similarly to Clubhouse, enabling real-time conversations between users via audio.
Facebook has announced a series of new features like audio editing, podcasts, and a Clubhouse competitor releasing later this summer.Facebook wants to be the home of all of your audio needsThe social media giant hopes to expand its empire with new audio-focused features across its apps. Users will be able to record, edit, and publish audio from within the Facebook app in multiple new social formats. Read more
CEO Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook is working on audio features that will be released in the next few months.
Live audio experiences will be adopted by every major platform just like Stories have been, Spotify CEO Daniel Ek told investors on Wednesday’s earnings call. The streaming service recently acquired a live audio app, Locker Room, whose technology it expects to use to power a range of new live audio conversations centered around sports, culture [
Facebook now appears to have confirmed plans to launch a copycat of audio chatroom app Clubhouse, as it revealed plans summer as an audio-only version of its 'Rooms' feature
This week, Apple announced its entry into the premium podcasts space allowing creators to monetize their shows directly within Apple Podcasts, with subscriptions. Apple’s service launches in May and will let podcasts offer ad-free episodes and bonus content to listeners for a monthly membership.
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