How to Access Clubhouse on Windows 10 and macOS [Desktop Apps]

Clubhouse is a new social app that is gaining popularity. Clubhouse is an invitation-only social media app that was launched in March 2020 and now it is available for iOS and Android where users can communicate in voice chat rooms that accommodate groups of up to 5,000 people. Clubhouse has gained popularity ever since it was launched for Android. With Clubhouse, you can do voice chat with a group of people. You can also create a Club that can hosts multiple rooms and also has members following the group. As of now,Clubhouse is available only on iOS and Android and you cannot use Clubhouse on desktop. But there are third-party apps available and here are the ones to try Clubhouse on Windows 10 and macOS.

Related Reading: How to Create a Club in Clubhouse

How to Access Clubhouse on Windows 10 and macOS

1. Clubdeck: 

Clubdeck is a free app available for both Windows and macOS and you can use it to access the service from the desktop. You will need to sign in with your mobile number and start using it. Once you start using it, you will be logged out of your smartphone as Clubhouse does not support multiple logins. With Clubdeck, you can do pretty much the same things you would do on the smartphone apps, with additional key features and a totally different user experience.

This app is available for both Windows 10 and macOS and works pretty fine. You can download it from here.

Access Clubhouse on Windows 10


2. Desktop Client for Clubhouse:

This is another app for Clubhouse, which is available for Windows 10 and it is available in the Windows Store. This unofficial app is for everyone, who wants to use Clubhouse but has no access to the iOS device. However, you must have an activated Clubhouse account before using this application. This app is not free and hence you will have to pay to use the app. Download the app here.

Access Clubhouse on Windows 10

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