Twitter launches ‘Space’ tab
The Twitter app has launched a new Space tap for IOS phones, whose language is activated to display in English.
In December 2020,the app’s developers started testing its live audio conversation, which allowed users to join, speak, or listen in on a Space .
Twitter Space can be described as platform on the Twitter App, where live audio conversations take place. The live conversations enable users to have open, authentic and unfiltered discussions. The Space literally is a space for any and every topic and conversation, from small and intimate to millions of listeners at a time.
In recent times, the app has received a lot of attention as most people, especially in South Africa, have started to host various conversations on the platform.
According to a statement from Twitter, Android phones will have a new tab, that would feature a list of active Spaces and search functions to allow all users interested to browse conversations that are relevant to their interests.
we’re working on making it easier to find and join Spaces you love. today starts the rollout of the Spaces Tab to more people in English and iOS first, with other languages and Android coming in the future!
if you have access, let us know what you think pic.twitter.com/MatEDXv01F
— Spaces (@TwitterSpaces) October 11, 2021
Twitter has also created the ‘Twitter Space Spark Program’ which is a three-month initiative to track down various content creators and reward them with marketing, technical, and financial support.
today we’re opening the application process for the Twitter Spaces Spark Program
what’s that? it’s an initiative for creators who are excited about the future of social audio 👇 pic.twitter.com/4zay8uvao8
— Spaces (@TwitterSpaces) October 12, 2021
According to a statement released by Twitter, there is a need for Audio Content Creators who will host interesting Twitter Spaces or have creative ideas for a new conversation they want to launch.
‘We’re looking to support a diverse slate of Creators who tap into unique communities and conversations happening on Twitter. If accepted into the program, we’ll look for you to host your Space twice each week over three months,’ read the statement.