October 4, 2022
Twitter Spaces Opens to All Android and iOS Users to Record

Twitter Opens its Spaces Recording Feature to Everyone on iOS and Android

Twitter Spaces, the live audio chat feature, previously limited to people with at least 600 followers is now open to all on Android and iOS…

Twitter now lets anyone on Android or iOS record in Twitter Spaces, the company recently announced. People will be able to choose to record a Space when they are setting one up and the recording will remain available for public playback for 30 days after the Space session has ended. Anyone who is in the Space that’s recorded will see an icon at the top of the recording.

Twitter Spaces Opens to All Android and iOS Users to Record

Twitter initially introduced Spaces as a recording option to a limited group hosts back in October of last year. The company said at the time the feature would expand to all hosts in the following weeks. Since that time, Twitter had tweaked the format and added new tools to Spaces. Now, the social microblog has opened up the ability for everyone on Android and iOS to be able to host a Space.

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