Want to Use Two WhatsApp Accounts on the Same Device? Here’s The Way

WhatsApp is one of the favourite instant communication apps for users of every age group. Whether it is a person or a professional, every type of message is sent through this app. But somehow, eventually, professional and personal gets mixed using a single WhatsApp account on your device. What if you get the opportunity to use two WhatsApp accounts on your smartphone? Wouldn’t it be great? Don’t worry we have got you covered. Let’s learn how you can make it possible.

Want to Use Two WhatsApp Accounts on the Same Device Here's The Way

Method to Use One WhatsApp Account on Different Devices

Using in-Built App Cloning Feature

Smartphones like Samsung, Realme, Mi, Oppo, OnePlus, etc. come with in-built app cloning features to replicate the functioning select apps. For instance, Samsung smartphone users find it as a ‘Dual Messenger’ feature placed inside the phone’s settings. The users will just have to enable this feature and it will automatically create another copy of the messenger to another account.

So, “Realme, OnePlus, and Oppo users will find the App Cloner feature in the settings. Vivo phones have App Clone and Xiaomi phones have Dual Apps feature in the settings menu,” mentioned by India today.

Furthermore, this feature is not only bound for WhatsApp, it is available on various applications like Facebook, Messenger, Snapchat, Instagram, etc.

But what to do when you don’t have an in-built feature like this to clone the WhatsApp app? The answer is you can download the Parallel App – Dual App Cloner, to have the app cloning benefits.

Also read:

Now Use Same WhatsApp Account on Multiple Phones With New Update

How to Use Parallel App to Clone and Use Two WhatsApp Accounts?

  • First download and install “Parallel App – Dual App Cloner” from the Play Store.
  • Launch the app and don’t forget to provide it with the permissions it needs to function correctly.
  • Next, you can tap on the + icon to add the app you want to clone. However, it will already display WhatsApp and Facebook.
  • On your request, a second WhatsApp will be created and you can launch it to use another account.
  • You will have to set up your second WhatsApp just like the original one.

Rishabh Sharma

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