Clubhouse, the audio-based chat platform, is testing an Android version of the app. The team behind the iOS-only app has confirmed that a beta version is a way. The Clubhouse team, in a blog post, has revealed how they had launched a “rough” beta version for Android. The blog post also talks about why a full launch is not live yet. They also said, in the post, that the iOS version is getting improvements to VoiceOver accessibility support.
The Android version of SHAREit, downloaded more than one billion times, contains unpatched vulnerabilities that the app maker has failed to fix for more than three months. The bugs can be exploited to run malicious code on smartphones and hijack the app’s features to run custom code, overwrite its local files, or install third-party apps without the user’s knowledge as reported by Echo Duan, a mobile threats analyst for Trend Micro.