How to use 2 Viber accounts on 1 PC

Viber is a popular messaging application that you can use to communicate with your friends and family. It’s easy to use, secure and free to download. But what if you want to use two Viber accounts on one PC? Is it possible? The answer is yes! Here’s a guide on how to use two Viber accounts on one PC.

Install Viber

The first step is to install Viber on your PC. To get it, simply go to the Viber website and click the “Download” button. Then, follow the on-screen instructions to install the app.

Set Up Your First Account

Once Viber is installed, you can start setting up your first account. You will need to provide your phone number and a valid email address to register.

Download Viber for Desktop

Next, you will need to download Viber for Desktop. This is a separate app from the regular Viber app you installed on your PC. You can download it from the Viber website. Once it’s installed, you can use it to set up your second account.

Add a Second Account

Open the Viber for Desktop app and click the “Add a Second Account” button. Here, you will need to provide your phone number and a valid email address to create your second account. Once you’re done, you can start using both accounts on one PC.

Use the Switch Accounts Feature

Viber has a handy feature called “Switch Accounts” that you can use to quickly switch between your accounts. To use it, simply click the “Switch Accounts” button in the top-right corner of the app. This will allow you to quickly switch between your accounts without having to log out and log back in.

Use Separate Windows

If you don’t want to use the “Switch Accounts” feature, you can also open two separate windows and use each account in its own window. To do this, simply open two separate Viber for Desktop windows and log in to each account. This way, you can use both accounts simultaneously.

Mike Lombardi/ author of the article

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