Last year Twitter introduced Spaces, the company’s take on Clubhouse-style audio chat rooms. Initially limited to iOS, Twitter finally expanded Spaces to Android earlier this year. At the time, Android users could only join Spaces created by other users. But that changed in March when Twitter started allowing some Android users to host their own Space. And now the company is finally opening up the ability to host Spaces to everyone.
Twitter now says anyone on Android and iOS can create a Space. Twitter initially promised that everyone would be able to host a Space by April, so this change is coming a bit late.
the time has arrived — we’re now rolling out the ability for everyone on iOS and Android to host a Space
if this is your first time hosting, welcome! here’s a refresher on how pic.twitter.com/cLH8z0bocy
— Spaces (@TwitterSpaces) October 21, 2021
Users can create a Space by clicking on the FAB button at the bottom right corner — you’ll see the “Spaces” icon right above “Gif” a…