Twitter recorded and stored previous Spaces for up to 30-days, but it never let users replay them again. The feature was tested on iOS, and it’s now also officially available on Android, and it’s rolling out to all users.
Less than a year after testing live audio rooms, Twitter is now finally rolling out Spaces to most users on the social network
Twitter looks to take lead in the social audio rooms market as it continues to add more and more features to Spaces.
The report further says that you will no longer see Spaces at the top of the timeline, which displays Fleets.
Twitter is working on bringing Spaces to the web browsers.
Twitter is contemplating letting anyone start their own Space.
Twitter does record conversations. However, it retains them for 30 days for moderation purposes.