There is a great sense of privacy and personalized experience that comes with owning your smartphone. Since mobile apps are designed to provide a singular experience, using multiple accounts on your Android is always a hassle. But what if you could clone apps on Android and use different credentials on a single device to use multiple accounts?
For instance, managing your personal Facebook account, as well as your company’s account on your Android can be a frustrating game of signing in and out. Parallel Space is the app that will change your life and allow you to clone apps on Android to use multiple accounts.
Step 1: Install Parallel Space on your device
Parallel Space – Multi Accounts is the name of the app that allows you to clone apps on Android and use multiple accounts. Simply open the Google Play Store app on your Android device and search for Parallel Space, or click on the download link below to download this free app right now.
Step 2: Clone apps on Android device
The first time you launch Parallel Space, you will be greeted with a quick feature tour of how the app works. Parallel Space is not just limited to using two Facebook accounts on one phone and other social media apps.
Once you have understood how the basic features of the app work from the quick guide, tap on “Start Exploring” to begin. If you already have social media apps like Facebook or Instagram installed on your device, Parallel Space will offer to help you log into your second account right away.
To learn how to clone apps on Android with Parallel Space, tap on the “+” icon at the bottom of the screen. You will see a list of apps that are installed on your device, so tap on the one that you wish to clone. The cloned version of the app will be created within a few seconds.
Note: Due the policy and terms of usage of apps such as WhatsApp, Snapchat and most of the native Google apps, you cannot clone these apps on Android.
Step 3: Login and use multiple accounts
Once you clone apps on Android, they will appear in the Parallel Space app’s menu and in your app drawer as well. Cloned apps can be differentiated with a rainbow frame around the app icon and a “+” sign (i.e. Facebook+).
Simply tap on the cloned app icon and enter your alternative logging details to use multiple accounts on your Android device.
How useful do you find Parallel Space to clone apps on Android, despite its certain limitations? Let us know your opinion in the comments section below.
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