[App] App Cloner
Using App Cloner you can create and install multiple copies of your existing apps.
Cloned apps run in parallel and work independently from their original apps. They will not receive automatic updates so you can keep and run a stable version alongside the original app.
Cloning can be useful to simultaneously use multiple logins in apps such as Facebook, Twitter or Skype but the real fun starts by messing around with an app. App Cloner offers a multitude of options to tweak the new app copy, apart from changing the app name or icon.
WhatsApp is not supported due to technical limitations even though some YouTube videos use WhatsApp as an example for cloning an app.
For example, you can remove widgets or unnecessary permissions, you can disable auto-start, backups or intrusive app defaults. App Cloner can even extend a cloned app to add new functionality such as password protection, incognito mode with secure file deletion and you can lock an app to consume data over Wi-Fi only.
By the way, Android Wear watch apps and watch faces can typically also be cloned.
Full version features
The full version offers these features:
Replace launcher icons
Create multiple app clones
Clone watch apps or watch faces
Save or share cloned apps
Remove launcher icon or widgets
Allow/prevent app backups
Allow apps to be installed on the external SD-card
Disable app defaults
Exclude app from recents
Remove app permissions
Enables multi-window support on Samsung devices, some LG devices and Android N
Use Google Maps in cloned apps
Automatically copy expansion files during cloning
ART runtime only:
Password-protect apps (with stealth mode)
Incognito mode for apps
Clear cache on exit
Disable mobile data
SOCKS proxy (route the app’s network traffic via a SOCKS proxy to bypass firewalls, throttling or to anonymize traffic)
Mute on start
Change default font (use custom TTF fonts)
Immersive mode (hide the navigation and status bars)
Not all apps can be cloned. Cloned apps may crash, show errors or work incorrectly.
Cloning an app will change its certificate, which means the new app may not work in case it verifies its certificate or if it interacts with other apps by the same publisher.
App components that depend on the certificate such as Google Play services, Google Maps, Google Cloud Messaging or in-app purchases will not work and/or break the cloned app.
Most Google apps can’t be cloned. Apps with extension files, for example really large games, can’t be cloned either.
The SOCKS proxy doesn’t work with native network connections as used by most web browsers, web views and audio/video streaming apps.
Some apps that can be cloned:
DropBox (except internal PDF viewer)
Facebook (only on Android 5.0 or later, language is English only)
Opera, Opera Mini
Some apps that can’t be cloned:
Skype for Business
YouTube (version 4.2.x works)
If you find an app that cannot be successfully cloned you may use ‘Report app issue’ to indicate the problem.
Do not installed cloned apps on Cynanogen.
To install apps you need to enable Settings > Security > Unknown sources.
To view and clone watch faces you may need to select Show all apps from the main menu.
All product names and brands mentioned above are property of their respective owners.
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If you think there are tweaks worth adding or if you have suggestions I’d love to hear about them at email@example.com.
App Cloner user reviews :
This is really good Finally i can clone two exact game since the game had linked w my device w my other account. Now i can play same game with two same app but diff account. It is easy. For now all is good
Awesome! I’m assuming because of play services cloning Google apps may never work. Only thing missing!
Works well Does what it says
Last Update January 22, 2017 :
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