Spotify has launched Greenroom, an audio-based platform similar to Twitter spaces and Clubhouse. This audio-based discussion trend was started by Clubhouse. Last year, during the lockdown an app known as clubhouse became a huge hit globally due to its audio-based platform. After the success of Clubhouse, many players jumped onto the bandwagon and started testing their own version of the clubhouse.
Twitter started “Twitter spaces” and instantly became a success for the company. Facebook and Snapchat are also working on their version of the clubhouse but they haven’t launched it yet. The new company that launched its own version of the clubhouse is Spotify. Spotify launched Greenhouse, an audio-based platform where users can join by sending requests and join the discussion.
Spotify launched Greenroom in 135 countries on 16th June where fans can get a chance to have a discussion with their favorite artists.
Spotify launched Greenroom as a separate application but the app carries the brand name of Spotify. This separate app comes with a bunch of new features for users.
It is also available for both iOS and Android as a free standalone app to download. Some reports hinted that users don’t even need their Spotify account to use the Greenhouse app. But if you use your account on this app it will much more easy to use and users will get a hassle-free experience.
Additionally, Greenroom brings some extra features which allow users especially the creators and influencers to connect with their fans in real-time.
According to the company:
“We’ll give professional athletes, writers, musicians, songwriters, podcasters, and other global voices opportunities to host real-time discussions, debates, AMA sessions, and more”.
Greenroom also lets users create and join the discussion and they also have the option to record or even download the recorded discussion.
The app is only available in the English language and in those countries where Spotify is officially available. Greenroom also asks users to accept some terms and conditions at the start before the signup process. Users have to accept those terms and give the required permission to continue.
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