An software called Clubhouse allows users to socialize with one another. It’s a cross between an impromptu dinner party at your neighbor’s house, the bar down the street where all of your pals hang out, and your go-to coffee shop on a Sunday afternoon. It’s the same sensation as putting down your phone and noticing how your eyes adjust to the light in the room. It’s like stepping outside and actually putting your hands on the grass, rather than using the phrase as a metaphor. It’s like going for a stroll in the park with a friend, and then stopping for a drink, which then leads to a late supper, which then leads to the realization that, yes, I could use some ice cream, but only if we walk an additional ten blocks to go to the best shop. It’s the sensation you get when you realize that someone is truly interested in what you have to say, it’s receiving a compliment that’s meant from the heart, and it’s being asked, “How are you?” with sincerity. It’s the part of the winding, lilting, late-night conversation when someone invariably starts to yell about whether or not that movie was really so good or whether or not that song deserves to be #1 or if the future is completely bright or completely terrible, and we laugh while we argue, and it’s nothing and everything special, and it feels good.


Developer: Alpha Exploration Co.

Price: free

Rating: 4.9

Available Version: 1.0.30

How to uninstall the application:

  1. Go into your settings
  2. Go into the Applications Manager
  3. Uninstall the Clubhouse app by selecting it and clicking Uninstall.


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The only thing I don’t like about clubhouse is that industry folks charge other people to speak on a free platform that was created to create a connection between the industry world and people who are already somewhat involved in the business. I really adore clubhouse. I believe that Clubhouse ought to maintain the app invite-only, perhaps doing one invite every two months, in order to prevent the app from being overly saturated like Facebook or Instagram, both of which allow anyone to join. Because the majority of these criteria aren’t being followed, I believe that they need to send someone into these rooms to make sure that everyone is following them. This shouldn’t be a popularity contest, but rather a way for creative minds to connect with professionals and broaden their networks. It is inappropriate for individuals who pretend to be professionals to demand payment from people in order to enter a public space. On a public site, including Cashapp’s in a user’s profile description should not be permitted. In addition, I believe that the ability to raise one’s hand within the app should not be disabled because it was designed to function as an open form initially. It is the responsibility of the moderators to decide who will be on stage, but they should not disable anyone’s hands in the process.