Clubhouse gains a new Music Mode as well as improved search
What you need to know
- Clubhouse has added a new Music mode to enable improved audio for musicians who stream.
- The search bar has been moved to the top of the hallway.
Popular real-time voice chat app Clubhouse has been updated to add some new features, the first of which is designed to make the app a better option for people wanting to stream their music.
Music Mode, announced via blog post, gives musicians a new option that will enable higher quality audio as well as stereo sound whether listeners are using headphones or not.
Alongside that, Clubhouse says that it's moved the universal search bar to make it more accessibly following "amazing feedback from the community" about its recent introduction.
All of this is available to iPhone users right now, while Android will get the same changes "soon." Clubhouse can be downloaded from the App Store right now and it's free. It's arguably the best iPhone app pof its kind, so why not give it a try? Being able to hold real-time voice chats is pretty sweet indeed!
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