If getting people to tweet was a slog, convincing them to talk is probably even harder. In that sense, the voice-warping feature may push reluctant users, or those self-conscious about their voice, to give Spaces a try. The goofy nature of some of the effects could even help to create a less serious, and hopefully, more inviting environment.
It’s also a feature that many people will be familiar with having encountered voice filters on Snapchat. Word of the Twitter Spaces update arrives just as Clubhouse has gone wide and shortly after Spotify’s own expansion into voice chat with its Greenroom app. Not to mention, Facebook’s launch of a Clubhouse clone. All four platforms will have to keep things fresh if they want to win the audio chat battle.
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