Parallel Space app creates a “space” where you can install apps, which allows you to clone different apps. Here are the steps to using this app:
Setting up Dual WhatsApp
- You have to first install Parallel Space from Google Play. Once you start the app, it will immediately take you to a Clone Apps page.
- Select all apps you want to clone, and tap the Add to Parallel Space button.
- Next, you’ll be taken to the parallel space, where the app is run in a virtual install on your phone.
- Now, continue to set up WhatsApp as described above.
That’s it, you can use WhatsApp and other apps by accessing them through the Parallel Space app. The app is free but ad-supported, although ads can be removed with a subscription available as an in-app purchase; it’s Rs. 30 per month, Rs. 50 for three months, Rs. 80 for six, and Rs. 150 for a lifetime subscription. Once again, this can also be used for apps like Facebook.
Another method which we found on a lot of sites is to install an app called GBWhatsApp, but this involves installing the app via APK, which does have a small element of risk involved. Besides that, it’s only useful for a single scenario, which is running dual WhatsApp, so we believe that using Parallel Space is a better choice.