Clubhouse announced its app is now available in 13 more languages, including five Indian languages, beginning with Android.
Last week, Clubhouse announced that it’s now making is its app available in 13 new languages, becoming more accessible to people who either do not speak English or prefer a local-language alternative.
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The added languages are French, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kannada, Korean, Malayalam, Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish, Tamil, and Telugu.
You might notice that the list contains five Indian languages – but it doesn’t include four of the top 10 most-spoken languages in the world: Chinese, Arabic, Bengali, and Russian.
This is probably because India is a country where Clubhouse has seen massive user growth, and probably also the reason that the new languages will be released on Android devices first.
More than 96% of mobile users connect to the app from Android mobile phones in India, and only 3% of them use iOS devices.
Clubhouse also recently announced the change of its app icon to feature Mumbai-based musician, singer, and songwriter Anirudh Deshmukh. Anirudh’s club on the platform currently counts 72,000-members, where he hosts his nightly show “Late Night Jam.”
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