Hi guys, in this article I,m going to introduce best Android emulators for PC windows 8/7/8.1/10 which can be used to run all android apps on your PC or windows computer. There are many reasons why we are using android emulators into the PC. While creating the android apps the developers are testing their apps in on windows or Mac software before launching this app into the internet world ( Google , Bing, and yahoo). Most of the games lovers who are playing their games into an android mobile want to play their games on a big screen to get more concentration while playing the android games. An android emulator is cross-platform between android mobiles and operating systems like windows or MAC.
AMIDuOS is the first android emulator on our list this is one of the newer android emulator which comes with the Free trial and professional. Professional AMIDuOS is $15 or $10 to buy or first download the trial version of AMIDuOS if you feel satisfy with this software then go for professional. It has two versions one is for Lollipop another one is Jelly Bean. The differences between the two softwares are Jelly Bean costs $10 while Lollipop costs $15 and those are one-time charges will be taken with lifetime validity, not for month and years. This software looking very cool and working very well. Gaming in this emulator is amazing with a wide screen.
The next free android emulator on our list is Andy. We used this software in our windows computers this is free and working very well for the first time it has some issues to use on windows PC. After that, it has been updated to new version now it is working very well with no issues to run on PC. Now it is working very efficiently equal to the BlueStacks android emulator which can be used to run all android apps on your PC. It has many features with running apps, Launchers games, and you can also install rooting if you needed. It you can also see the below video if you want to know more about this Andy android emulator. However, it is free of cost to download from the official website of Andy.
[Price: Free ]
bluestacks app player for PC:Downloading and installing Android apps and games on PC wasn’t possible earlier. bluestacks app player helped millions of users. This software is available for free now as well and you can get it through its official website. You can use WhatsApp for PC with same offline installer But still using it may be a little trouble full for you so I’m sharing a complete guide here on how to download bluestacks app player for PC and how to install it on Windows 7/8/8.1/XP computers for free. Bluestacks for Windows 10.
So this is going to be the complete guide you were looking for till now and believe me you’re definitely going to get helped by it. The software is developed and maintained by a registered company and so you can expect it to be a genuine product.
Everything about the software is superior and awesome. Earlier build were alpha versions so they were having lots of problems which are now overcome by the beta versions which are now available through official websites.
Our next emulator is called droid4x and it’s an interesting choice for an Android emulator on PC. It runs in a similar fashion as Andy or AMIDuOS and the performance and productivity is about the same as well. I may not have said that a year ago but like the other two, there have been improvements made. What makes this one interesting are the add-ons. This one includes an application you install on your smartphone so that you can control games on your computer. For instance, you’ll be able to use the accelerometer to turn your car in Asphalt 8. It’s definitely better than Andy or AMIDuOS for games although we believe that Andy and AMIDuOS may be a bit better in terms of stability and speed.
[Price: Free with paid options]
First on our list is Genymotion. This Android emulator is geared toward developers who want to test their apps or games on a variety of devices without actually being required to own those devices. You can configure the emulator for a variety of devices with various versions of Android to help suit your needs. For instance, you can run a Nexus One with Android 4.2 or a Nexus 6 with Android 6.0. The choice is yours and you can easily switch between “devices” at will. It’s not great for consumer uses such as checking email or using apps, but Genymotion does offer their services for free for personal use so that option is there if you really want to.
Last and certainly not least on our list is Nox. Like Bluestacks, Nox is an Android emulator that is set up to cater to gamers. This includes utilities and additions that are specifically catered to helping gamers control their games using their keyboard and mouse. This includes things like the capacity to assign “swipe right” to, say, an arrow key and simulate actual gesture movements directly on your keyboard or joystick if you have one. It’s a lot of fun and seems to work rather well most of the time. It’s also entirely free. The video below was recorded with laggy software (not Nox, but the screen capture software), but there is a good explanation on how the key macros work.