13 Languages Added to Clubhouse’s App: 5 from India

The roll-out of Clubhouse’s “first wave of local language support” has been announced. Previously, the software only supported English.

The program will now include 13 native languages, including five from India. French, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kannada (Indian), Korean (Korean), Malayalam (Indian), Portuguese (Brazilian), and Spanish are among the new languages that can be used with the app.

In order to use these languages, they must first join a room and be able to view descriptions and community standards in those languages.

The functionality is now only accessible on Android devices, but iOS users should expect it soon.

Anirudh, the band’s vocalist, is chosen as the app’s icon.

Meanwhile, Clubhouse debuted its new app icon, Anirudh Deshmukh, a songwriter and composer who previously worked as an architect.

Anirudh is based in Mumbai and began working for Clubhouse at the beginning of the year by launching his ’72K member club,’ where he airs his late-night program ‘Late Night Jam.’ Anirudh is one of India’s most popular creators on Clubhouse.

“Budding artists from around the world have come to love Anirudh for the authenticity and genuine support he shares, as he encourages them each night to take the stage and share their music, poetry, and life experiences,” Clubhouse said.

The Clubhouse staff is thrilled with how dedicated Anirudh has been to developing a musical corner in the Clubhouse community.

“We’ve also been delighted to see how audiences have responded to the ‘Late Night Jam’ rooms, and people from all around the world and across timezones come just to listen,” it continued.

The company has also begun developing monetisation capabilities, such as tipping and membership for creators all around the world, including India.

As part of its new feature Music mode, Clubhouse introduced a superior audio quality broadcasting option for musicians. For their performance, artists can utilize high-quality professional audio equipment, such as external USB microphones or mixing boards.