Clubhouse App for iOS now gets support

Clubhouse App for iOS now gets support for Spatial Audio. The company said in a blog post that it wants you to hear the sound of people in 3D which will make the listening experience a bit more lifelike and human. The Spatial Audio feature on the Clubhouse app will first be available to iOS users. The clubhouse has confirmed that it would be coming to Android users too but they would have to wait. The new surround sound feature will offer a more vibrant experience and will actually make it easier for the listener to know who is talking.

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If one wants to experience the Spatial Audio on Clubhouse, they need to make sure that they are using the latest version of the app. The Spatial Audio will work best with headphones (wired or wireless). Those who are using the Apple AirPods Max and the AirPods series earbuds should get the best Spatial Audio experience. 

You’d also need to enable the Spatial Audio feature just like we did it below-

Clubhouse App for iOS now gets support

“I could hear people laughing and the room erupts around me. You can imagine in music … there’s a lot of potentials. The spatial technology also makes it easier to detect when different users are speaking, whereas people previously might have to pay attention to the speakers’ cadence and vocal timbre.” – Justin Uberti, Head of Streaming Technology, Clubhouse

Recently, we even covered that Netflix is also bringing the same feature on iOS and iPad OS devices too. More info about the new feature for Netflix can be found from the link mentioned below-

Netflix gets support for Spatial Audio for iOS and iPad OS

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By Madhav Banka

Madhav is a Tech Enthusiast and a Gamer. He also writes for The Automotive Blog, where he covers Auto related news.

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