After months of testing, Twitter is finally unleashing its latest feature, Spaces, upon the masses. In a blog post today, it was announced that anyone could host a group chat in Twitter Spaces is available to anyone on mobile, including the best Android phones.
As part of the announcement, Twitter has indicated that the feature still has one limitation: to host an audio chat, a user’s account must have at least 600 followers.
Based on what we’ve learned so far, these accounts are likely to have a good experience hosting live conversations because of their existing audience.
Twitter Spaces was first announced in December as an alternative to the popular iOS app, Clubhouse. It has been in testing ever since, with a beta version opening up to Android users in March. That allowed Android users to join in on existing spaces, but the ability to…