Did you know what you can install two separate instances of any compatible messenger app on your Android 8.0 Oreo?
That’s right, if you use two accounts on an app and you need to login them both on a single device Dual Messenger has you covered.
If you still not using dual messenger then start using it now. The benefit of using two messenger apps is of course, you can login two separate accounts on an app in a single device at the same without worrying to logout and login again.
WeChat, Telegram, Messenger and Facebook are compatible on the dual messenger feature of Android 8.0 Oreo.
I am not into using multiple accounts on the same platform since I am pretty much a private individual.
But if you are a businessman/businesswoman and you want to keep your private accounts from your customer Dual Messenger will be of great help to you.
How to Use Dual Messenger
If you just installed a messenger app on your Android 8.0 Oreo it will immediately inform you that it is capable of dual messenger and ask you if you want to install right away.
If you did not install it you can find the Dual Messenger feature of your Android on settings.
Better yet you just open settings app then search for Dual Messenger and then turn-on the Dual Messenger feature on a corresponding messenger app the you want to use.
Not all messenger apps are compatible with the Dual Messenger feature of Android 8.0. If you don’t see the app of Dual Messenger it is probably not compatible with your Android 8.0