The popular and widely used messaging application WhatsApp is now officially owned Facebook and all the legal formalities are finished for the acquisition process by getting the EU’s approval. The messaging application was by the social networking giant for about $22 billion including the cost incurred during the acquisition. WhatsApp was earlier an independent operatory organization, having about 55 members employed for looking after the company’s interest and workings. Google also tried to buy the messaging app for $10 billion, but was unable to do so. WhatsApp currently has almost 500 million daily users active globally and is making 25 million new users every month.
The messaging application allows people to have a single account for connecting to your friend and loved ones. Many people own dual-sim phone and want to have access to more than one WhatsApp account on their smartphone. The multiple accounts will allow them to use the application wider and large scope. This question can be solved through rooting, but if you don’t want to go over the time-consuming process. You can have through installing the application ‘OGWhatsApp’.
Features of OGWhatsApp:
- No need to delete the Original WhatsApp for getting the access to multiple accounts.
- Have two WhatsApp account in one dual-sim smartphone
- Backing up and restore conversations will not be an issue on using it.
- It supports any Android version whether 2.3 Gingerbread or 4.3 Jellybean.
- Play videos through MX Player installed in your device.
- Bored of the icon’s application change it according to your preference.
You can download OGWhatsApp from the link provided below.
Steps of Downloading OGWhatsApp:
Firstly backup all your WhatsApp messages, depending upon your choice of keeping them or starting a new in fresh. Open the Chat Settings of WhatsApp, then tap on the Backup Conversation menu for backing up the data.
Now open the Settings menu of your device and navigate to WhatsApp through the Apps menu. Select the ‘Clear Data’ option for clearing the data.
After this download the OGWhatsApp file from link given above in your desktop and install it in your device after transferring it to your device through a USB cable.
Now rename the WhatsApp folder to ‘OGWhatsApp’. Open OGWhatsApp and now perform the verification process through your old mobile number , then register the new mobile number of the original WhatsApp application.
Now you have two accounts of WhatsApp on the same smartphone.