There are many reason why you might need to run Android on your PC. Developers would like to try any apps before publishing them on Google PlayStore. Gamers would prefer playing on their PC’s with a mouse and a keyboard (there are some very good games out there). Other might just want to have it to use some apps that are only for mobile devices. Here are our 7 recommendations:
AMIDuOS is an excellent Android emulator for PC. It runs on Windows 7, 8, and 10. They offer to versions: US$ 15 (PRO – Lollipop/Jellybean) or US$ 10 (LITE – Jellybean). They give a 30 days trial, which is good because you can test if it is what you need. This emulator runs within Windows, therefore you do not need to do a dual boot. AMIDuOS is also ARM v7 compatible, so it runs most of the popular ARM applications too.
Andy (Free) Win-Mac
This emulator also runs within Windows. Its features includes: using your phone as a remote control when playing games, run communications software from your desktop (WhatsApp, SC, etc). This emulator runs on PC and Mac.
Bluestacks (Free) Win-Mac
This is one of the first and one of the most popular emulators. This has been available for a while now. They current platform runs better than the previous version. This emulator is more focused on gaming, you will see that their design show a lot of games, however, it works great with other apps too.
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