Given that Spaces is only available on mobile today, bringing it to the web would be a substantial growth. Which more comprehensive reach could assist Twitter in its race to take on Clubhouse, which is still only on iOS (though an Android version is on the method). It would also bring Twitter in closer parity to Discord, which simply the other day launched its social audio rooms feature, Stage Channels, on all platforms where Discord is readily available.
LinkedIn, Mark Cuban, Slack, and Spotify are also working on Clubhouse-like live audio functions, while Facebook supposedly has one in advancement.
Over the past several months, Twitter has been striving to bring its Clubhouse-like audio chatroom feature, Spaces, to users on iOS and, as of last month, Android. A rational next place for Spaces to appear would be on the web, and unsurprisingly, Twitter is dealing with the feature for web browsers, the business confirmed to The Verge.
We decided to ask Twitter about Spaces on desktop after seeing this tweet from app researcher Jane Manchun Wong, which reveals what Spaces sneak peek cards could appear like when seen online.
And Twitter itself hasnt been completely secret about establishing the feature, either. A Twitter Spaces designer published some designs of how a Spaces intro screen may look on the web last Friday.