Jam offers a voice chat with almost the same appearance as Clubhouse, the popular social audio chat app, but accessible directly from the browser, without having to install any application and without even having to register.
Jam offers Clubhouse-style voice chat accessible from the web browser
If what attracts the Clubhouse proposal is its simple mechanics to organize voice chat rooms but you want to be able to do it with ease and without even having to install an app, the answer is Jam, an online voice chat service through the web browser, making it compatible with all ecosystems. It is an open source platform that can be found on GitHub.
Clubhouse has some limitations, starting because it is necessary to receive an invitation to install it and continuing because at the moment it is available only for iOS, which prevents Android users from accessing this social network.
However, in Jam you do not need to receive an invitation or install an app. With a very simple interface, anyone can generate a voice chat room, define a name for it, add a brief explanation about the topic that will be addressed in it and now you can invite those you want to have as virtual friends .
As with Clubhouse, the chat will be voice only, without image or text. Only this time it is not necessary to have an iPhone or an invitation or install an app to enjoy the experience.
Clubhouse has become very popular in recent weeks as a social network where you can enjoy voice chats, a function that Twitter also prepares, with Twitter Spaces, and even Facebook has been encouraged to imitate.