Clubhouse: Dark Mode Has Been Launched on iOS and Android
As Position Mobile has learned from TechCrunch, Clubhouse has started rolling out a new dark mode setting on its iOS and Android apps in the middle of April. “The company says dark mode was a highly requested feature and is designed to make it easier for night owls to hang out on its platform at night. Instead of a featuring a completely black interface, the dark mode has a velvety dark background with light text.”
Clubhouse allows users to interact with each other. They can listen to an ongoing discussion or even create their own Room. As Position Mobile has learned from Vuze, all users can create their own Clubhouse chat room and choose to make it either public or private. The rooms are hosted by an individual with or without the assistance of moderators.
Clubhouse is hot right now due to the fact that celebrities have made it popular. Its success has been for sure affected by the participation of Elon Musk, Oprah Winfrey and Bill Gates, who have been very active on the platform since its launch. More than that, the fact that the content is not recordable gives Clubhouse this unique and unprecedented aspect; if you do not participate in this discussion when it occurs, you will never have access to it again.
It’s worth mentioning that you’ll need to have the latest version of the app installed on your device to get access to the new dark mode feature.