Twitter rolls out Spaces hosting duties to everyone on Android and iOS | Engadget

Twitter recently added a topics tool that allows you to add pre-defined tags to make your audio room easier to find. Less than a year after it first started testing live audio rooms, Twitter is opening up Spaces to nearly everyone. It also recently added a co-hosting feature you can use to recruit people to help you with moderation. Those are all things that should make Spaces more appealing to first-time users.Please enter a valid email address Starting today, anyone on Android and iOS can host a Space, no matter how many people follow them. As of this past May, the feature was open to any Twitter user with more than 600 followers.
Less than a year after it first started testing live audio rooms , Twitter is opening up Spaces to nearly everyone. Starting today, anyone on Android and iOS can host a Space, no matter how many peo… [+1070 chars]