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Are you thinking of running Android apps on your computer for some reason? Then you can do this work in two ways. First of all, the Android operating system (ISO) can be installed on the PC. Secondly, you can use an Android emulator. The first method here is a little complicated that will not be discussed in today’s tune. I will discuss the second method today. Using the emulator is easy to run Android apps on the PC. You just need to download the emulator and install it on the PC.
Today’s list is the first of the Nox Player. By using this emulator, you can run all the Android games and apps on your PC. If you are looking for an emulator for playing Android games on PC, then the Nokia Player is your first choice. You can also get a better Android experience by using this emulator. A good aspect of the Nokia Player Emulator is that it has an Ad-Free User Interface (UI) and the Emulator is completely free.
Is at number two on today’s list. Blue Stack is probably the most familiar Android Emulator among Android users. The emulator is preferred for gaming and is easy to set up. Anyone can set it up without any technical knowledge. The emulator also has its own store, apart from the Play Store, from where you can download your favorite Blue Stack Optimized apps. Although the Blue Stack Emulator supports keyboard mapping, it is not as good as the Nokia Player Emulator. This makes it difficult to control the game. The emulator also has no add-in user interface. The Blue Stack Android Emulator is currently based on the Android 7 Nugget.
A new imitator compared to other Mimo’s other emulators. Launched in 2015, Mimo has been made for Android gaming. In terms of performances, this Android emulator is like Nox and Blue Stack. One of the most important features of the Mimo Android Emulator is that it supports both AMD and Nvidia chipsets. It supports many Android versions like Android Jelly Bean, Kit Kat, and Lollipop. However, the performance of graphics for high-performance gaming in Mimo Emulator is relatively low. Mimo is currently based on Android Lollipop. If you interesting in playing games like Ingram or Pokemon Go, it should be your first choice.
Similar to other Android Gaming Emulators, co-player has been created to focus on providing a lag-free gaming experience with lightweight software. It’s easy to install and navigate the emulator. Ko Player Emulator is free but you will not get the ad-free user interface. The emulator supports keyboard mapping and gamepad emulation. This is a negative aspect of the Android Emulator, sometimes its blue screen appears on the skin, and users sometimes get into trouble while uninstalling the emulator.
Most popular development IDE is Android Studio. It’s an emulator designed by developers. Android Studio Android’s default development console. It uses to create apps or games for Android and also helps developers to test their applications. Android Studio has a built-in emulator that allows you to test your apps or games. Setting up Android Studio is a difficult and time-consuming affair. Although this emulator is not suitable for general users, it is a very nice an emulator for developers.
It is a little different than other emulators. Because it is not a commercial emulator. You need to install it as a Google Chrome extension. Extraction gives Chrome the ability to run Android apps and games (though with limited support). Adding Google Chrome is a simple solution for running Android apps. Although this emulator is not suitable for hardcore gaming, this emulator is very useful for running Android apps.
Remix OS Player
Jade Remix OS Player is one of the new Android Emulator for PC. It biases on Android version 7 and it is still relatively new compare to others in the list. Remix OS Player installation is quite easy and it’s even easier to use. The emulator is capable of running apps as well as games as well as apps. The emulator has specific features for gaming along with customizable toolbars. Remix OS Player also features multiple game-run simultaneously. However, Remix OS Player has not received a slight update so far, and its social media accounts are inactive since 2017. So developers are not thinking about it, but it still works.