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Facebook podcast app launched like Clubhouse live sound room

The Facebook launch of Rival Clubhouse comes after the initial success of the invitation-only live audio app, which became a hit during the COVID-19 pandemic. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was also one of the first Silicon Valley celebrities to use the platform.

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Finally Facebook podcast app launched its version of the popular Clubhouse-like live sound room on 21-06-2021 with a way to find and play podcasts across the platform, marketing it as a push to social media and audio platform across the platform. .

The Facebook launch of Rival Clubhouse comes after the initial success of the invitation-only live audio app, which became a hit during the COVID-19 pandemic. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was also one of the first Silicon Valley celebrities to appear on the app, which has also been extended to Android users so that everyone has access to the popular and modern app.

The platform that previously said it wants to make audio a "first-class medium" on the company's platforms, follows in the footsteps of Twitter Inc and Discord, which recently launched their own audio offerings. Spotify also presented its version on Wednesday, under the name of Greenroom.

What do we know about the platform?

Some other companies that are working on such an app or service include companies like Slack and Reddit. In terms of offering, celebrities and some Facebook groups in the US who are on iOS will now be able to create a live sound room with up to 50 speakers and unlimited listeners.

Users can also invite people without a "verified badge" to speak as mentioned by Facebook in a blog post. Users who are on iOS and Android will be able to listen to the rooms.

The company, which had voiced its views on its push to attract 2021 content creators, said it would be partnering with a few figures including musicians, journalists and athletes in live audio halls. Listeners will also be able to send the company's virtual currency called stars to the creators in the sound rooms.

Mark Zuckerberg also said the company will not take a share of the creator's income until 2023. In addition to that, a number of popular or famous podcasts for US listeners will be available on Facebook. added to this new feature.

Keep in mind that Facebook has been targeted when it comes to handling problematic content present in its products, it will also address the challenges of moderating both live and recorded audio content. In addition, Facebook will also launch a project with Spotify to allow users to share and listen to music on the platform.

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