Last Updated February 15, 2024


We’re glad you’re here. These Terms of Service ("Terms") govern our relationship with you as a user of Clubhouse’s products and services, including our iOS and Android apps and our website (together, we refer to these as our "Products"). By using our Products, you agree to be bound by these Terms and acknowledge that you have read our Privacy Policy. You also confirm that you have read and agree to our Community Guidelines.

These Terms contain an arbitration clause that applies to residents of the United States. Please review Section 11 of the Terms for details.

1. Using Clubhouse

Clubhouse is a social network based on voice. Our products include our iOS and Android apps and our website (our "Products”).

Among other things, our Products allow you to use your voice to interact with others in real time through “Conversations.” These audio Conversations may include  “Chats,” “Live Rooms,” and Voice Messages called “VMs” or “Messages”. Our Products also allow you to  share recordings of your interactions for others to enjoy (or participate in) later.

You may use our Products only if you can form a binding contract with Clubhouse, and only in compliance with these Terms and all applicable laws. You must be at least 13 years old to use our Products, or if the age of lawful consent under the laws of your country of residence is older than 13, you must be at least the age of lawful consent to use our Products.

Creating an account: If you open a Clubhouse account, you must provide us with accurate and complete information to allow us to create, verify, and maintain your account.

Guest Users: We may also allow you to use our Products to a limited extent without opening an account, such as by allowing you to participate in audio conversations with other users. You may be able to join a Conversation (such as a Chat or Live Room) or a community (a “House”), to speak to other users in real time for a limited amount of time using a link, or accept invitations for Conversations (such as Live Rooms) scheduled for a future date. Before you can participate in Conversations as a Guest User, we may ask you for some information (i.e. your name) which will be used to identify you to other users for the duration of your experience while using our Products. We will only allow you to do so if you agree to our Terms like any other user must; all provisions of our Terms, our Privacy Policy, and our Community Guidelines apply to you the same as they do for any other user.

Subject to these Terms and our policies (including our Community Guidelines), we grant you a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable and revocable license to use our Products. If you are using the Products on behalf of a business or some other entity, you represent that you are authorized to bind that business or entity to these Terms and you agree to these Terms on behalf of that business or entity (and all references to “you” and “your” in these Terms will mean both you as the end user and that business or entity).

Some of our Products may consist of software that is downloaded to your computer, phone, tablet, or other device. You agree that we may automatically upgrade those Products, and these Terms will apply to all upgrades.

By providing your mobile telephone number or email address, you agree that we may communicate with you via text messages or other electronic means to your mobile device, provided that we obtain your consent where we are legally required to do so. In the event you change or deactivate your mobile telephone number or email address, you agree to promptly update your Clubhouse account information to ensure that your messages are not sent to the wrong person. You can opt out of certain types of communications via your account settings.

We may collect personal data of minors under 18, who in any case are of age under applicable privacy law. All users under 18 are defaulted into a “private profile” setting, which limits what information is publicly available. (Privacy settings for others’ Conversations and House conversations will vary based on the creator’s preferences.) You can change these settings in your profile at any time. More information about private profiles can be found in our Knowledge Center.

2. Personalization

Our Products are personalized for you by design. We'll use your activity and interests on our apps and website to recommend Conversations, content you might want to share, Conversations you might want to start or join, other users to connect with, Houses or groups you can join, and other content we think may be interesting to you. For additional details, please see our Knowledge Center.

3. Your Content

Our Products allow you to interact with others through Conversations. You can start live conversations that happen in real-time (“Live Rooms”), or asynchronous conversations, including “Chats” and “Messages” or “VMs,” which do not happen in real time.

Our Products also allow you to post content, including audio content, visual images, GIFs, text, and symbols. Anything you say, post, or make available in our Products or generate using the Products is referred to as “User Content.” User Content may include personal information you provide us (such as Account Information and Biographical Information) and personal information we get when you use Clubhouse (such as Usage and Activity Information and Conversations), as described in our Privacy Policy. Our Privacy Policy describes how we handle the information you provide to us when you use our Products.

You can share User Content with your “friends-only,” “friends-of-friends,” or “House” (user community) networks, depending on your set preferences. Your “friends-only” network includes just your “friends” (people who you add as a friend, who also add you back). Your “friends-of-friends” network includes your friends, as well as the users your friends are also friends with (including other users who you may not follow, or who may not follow you). A “House” is a community you can join with other users, where you can have Conversations (including Chats or Live Rooms) with other House members. A House may be “Open,” meaning any user can join it and participate in sharing content, or “Closed,” meaning members must be invited or approved before they can join and interact in the House.  More details about each type of Conversation and other type of User Content you can create, the applicable privacy settings you can set for each Conversation, and how to manage your content on Clubhouse can be found in our Privacy Policy and Knowledge Center.