2 Best Android Emulators for PC

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If you have an Android device, chances are good, you have installed a few games on it. That is one of the great things about technology. Fun and function mixed together into one device. Perhaps there is a game on your Android smartphone or tablet that you wish you could play on a larger computer screen. It could be a racing game or a combat strategy game with high quality graphics which will be more fun when played on a computer. Now, thanks to the invention of Android emulators that lets you do just that. Simply install an Android Emulator on your PC and play Android games like Boom Beach on your computer in super-size mode. Here are two of the most popular emulators for you to consider.

BlueStacks Android Emulator

This simple Android emulator shows up like a widget that you install on your home computer. Upon downloading you will receive ten apps that are pre-installed. It is easy to use and you can use these ten apps to get a feel for the program’s easy user interface. With this app you can also enjoy your favorite apps in full screen mode so that you see even the smallest details of the game you are playing.

Once you have figured out the way it works, you can click the “Get More Apps” button and install other games that were formerly only available to Android users. At this time, the amount of games is somewhat limited, which could cause some users to be unsatisfied, but there are over 25 apps that are ready to install with more being added in the near future. If you want more games, you can sign up as a beta tester so that you will be the first to learn of and play other games as they are released.

Andy Android Emulator

With one single app you can use all of your favorite Android apps on your PC or Mac computer and see how easy it is to sync between the two devices. You can chat via Snapchat or Viber on your home computer instead of using your Android and play your most favorite mobile app games. In some cases, you can even use your Android device as a remote control for you home computer to play the games.

You can take photos on your Android and have them uploaded to your home computer and do a variety of other things through a very easy to handle interface. It is a free program that requires you have windows 7 or 8 or the Mac OS X. It gives you access to the popular Google Play Store. With it, you basically turn your home computer into an android device. It even allows you to install third party launchers and customize Andy with icon packs, wallpapers, and more.

Although there are some other Android emulators out there but these two are the most popular. Now comes the question, which is the best? When trying to decide which emulator you want to work with so that you can enjoy Android apps on PC, it should be based mostly on what you want to do with it. If you want a good all-round program that allows you to use different kinds of apps like KIK messenger and games as well, then you may prefer the easy usability of Andy. If only Android gaming is your idea of great, BlueStacks should be more than enough to satisfy your needs.

Have you ever tried any Android emulator on your computer? Which one did you try and how was your experience?