Clubhouse’s Monthly Downloads Plunged 72% Last Month | Chart

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Is the party on Clubhouse already dying out? New data provided by Sensor Tower this week — coupled with some user complaints — indicates the audio-driven app may be losing some of its momentum. The key takeaway from Sensor Tower: Clubhouse downloads dropped 72% in March compared to February, when the app was downloaded 9.6 million times. In March, Clubhouse was downloaded 2.7 million times — putting it just ahead of the 2.4 million downloads it had in January. The chart below gives a look at Clubhouse’s app downloads for Q1 on a month by month basis: Also Read: How Clubhouse Is Keeping Stand-Up Comedy Alive During the Pandemic It’s worth pointing out a drop in downloads doesn’t necessarily mean Clubhouse is shedding users. Clubhouse had 10 million users by mid-February, the last time the company provided an update. In addition, Clubhouse is invite-only, and new users earlier in the year may have used up their initial two invites quickly — leading to the drop in downloads in March. The lack of an Android app — which Clubhouse may roll out next month — may also be inhibiting its growth. Still, Clubhouse’s ability to add new users depends on app...

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