Millions of smartphone users connect with their friend’s and families using Whatsapp messenger. It has become an integral part of our day to day conversations. Moreover, WhatsApp is the most widely used messaging platform which keeps on adding exclusive features with every new update. Despite all this, it comes with an absurd limitation. While most apps are accessible from multiple devices, Whatsapp is limited to only one handset. Since a Whatsapp account is linked with your SIM, you can’t use it on your second smartphone. Well, this will not be the case anymore as there are certain workarounds which will let youActivate same WhatsApp account on Two phones. The only prerequisite is that both devices should be connected to the internet with WhatsApp already installed in one of your mobile devices. No matter if it’s an Android or iOS, we’ll see how to easily Use One WhatsApp Account on Two Devices.
For the sake of simplicity, let’s assume your secondary phone is one on which you want to clone WhatsApp account. Similarly, your primary phone is one on which you are already running your WhatsApp account. Let’s follow the same mnemonics for the rest of article.
1. Use One Whatsapp Account On Two Devices Using Third Party WhatsApp Web Apps
Step 1: Foremost step is you need to download the Dual WhatsWeb [Android] | Dual Whatscan+ [iOS] on your respective mobile OS. Make sure you install it on your secondary smartphone which is not running WhatsApp at the moment.
Both the apps mentioned above are a portable version of WhatsApp Web which allows you torun the same WhatsApp account on two devices. It is very easy-to-use, easy-to-setup and most importantly, there is no need to Root or Jailbreak your device.
For demonstration purpose, I am using Dual WhatsWeb for Android. Rest assured, steps remains the same for iOS users.
Step 2: Once you are done downloading the app, open the WhatsApp Messenger in your primary smartphone. Also, make sure you are in the “Chats” Tab.
Step 3: Next, click on “three-dots menu icon” at the top right corner of the screen andclick on “WhatsApp Web” option. You’ll be asked to scan the QR code. Hold on here and pick up your secondary smartphone.
Step 4: Now, Launch Dual WhatsWeb on your secondary smartphone, and wait for the QR code. Once it shows up, scan the QR code from your primary smartphone. You’ll be perplexed to see your WhatsApp account being cloned on your secondary smartphone in a couple of seconds.
Though this is the easiest and the most convenient way to Activate same WhatsApp account on Two phones, having an alternative is always appreciated. Let’s see how to clone WhatsApp account using your mobile browser in Method 2.
2. Use One WhatsApp Number on Two devices Using WhatsApp Web On Mobile Browser
Step 1: Open your mobile browser (Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox) on your secondary smartphone. You are free to use any browser of your choice, however, I’ll prefer Google Chrome.
Step 2: Head over to https://web.whatsapp.com and kindly wait while you are being directed to the WhatsApp Web official website.
Step 3: Once you are on the WhatsApp Web official website, tap on the three-dots menu option and select ‘Request Desktop Site’ from there.
Step 4: Now, the browser will redirect you to WhatsApp Web desktop version and you will see a QR Code on the page.
Step 5: Head over to the WhatsApp on your primary smartphone. Click on three-dots menu option present at the top right corner of the screen and select “WhatsApp Web”. A QR scan code option appears on the screen.
Step 6: Finally, use your primary smartphone to scan the QR code and let it recognize the code on our secondary handset. Once done, your secondary phone’s browser will act as a WhatsApp account for you.You will see that same WhatsApp account getting activated on two phones.
Congratulations, your browser will now act as your WhatsApp account. This is how you are gonna Use One WhatsApp Account on Two Devices using WhatsApp Web.
Use One Whatsapp Account On Two Devices – Conclusion
Though using Third-party apps seems to be the most convenient way of using same WhatsApp on multiple devices, it’s still not a safe way of cloning your own WhatsApp account. WhatsApp could anytime get these apps removed from their respective stores without any prior notice. Moreover, these apps are bloated with ads that certainly destroys the user experience. In case you are neither interested in the ad prone version of the WhatsApp nor you want to bloat your smartphone with apps, WhatsApp Web serves the purpose well.