Sabtu, 12 November 2016

Best Android emulators to Run android apps on PC.


Genymotion is one of the best free Android emulators on the market. The software, which is both powerful and easy to use, will be of interest to the naturally curious, as well as for Android developers.

A program rich with options

The emulator allows you to truly enjoy the advantages of an Android device. You can download and install application from GooglePlay, access the 'Settings' section and perform modifications, place apps and widgets on the desktop or launch one of the predefined apps that the device comes with.

It offers you full control over powerful device sensors and functioning parameters, such as the battery, the gyroscope, the accelerometer, virtual keyboard, camera, light, volume, temperature, screen rotation and so on. It enables you to customize Wi-Fi and networking settings, while the Genymotion command shell allows the simultaneous testing of apps on an unlimited number of virtual devices.

YouWave is an emulator with which you will use all the applications provided in the Android operating system but in your computer.
You don’t need an Android mobile phone to take advantage of its characteristics. With YouWave you can use the apps, games and the same interface of this OS. It will ideal for those who don’t know to buy or not a mobile with this operating system or if you just want to try it

YouWave 3.1.8 Features

YouWave includes all the apps that an Android mobile has. It means that in the moment you get it, you could listen to music, use the browser and change the setting as if you had it physically. If you want to improve them, you have to do it through APK with a Google ID.
It also includes the tactile keyboard of the mobile, which is the app that fascinates to the users. The whole application works perfectly but on the other hand it is considered just an update of the well-known VirtualBox.
BlueStacks is an easy to use yet powerful software solution designed to run Android apps right on your Windows machine. Boasting a very effective emulation engine, BlueStacks impresses thanks to its user-friendly approach, making everything easy as pie for all types of users, be they beginners or with a bit more computer knowledge.
 Once installed and launched, BlueStacks displays 10 pre-loaded applications, with a dedicated option to allow its users download new ones from the Internet. What's more, there is no separate configuration screen, but only a few options, so you shouldn't spend too much time setting up the program.
One of the best things about BlueStacks is that it runs the Android apps in full-screen, with very fast loading times and with absolutely no errors. Most of the games can be controlled by mouse, just like you'd do on your typical touschscreen mobile phone.

Windroy (formerly known as WindowsAndroid) is a free program similar to BlueStacks App Player which can run the Android operating system from a window on your desktop. At the moment, Windroy emulates the Android 4.0.3 OS, though does not provide immediate access to Google Play store. In order to install applications with Windroy, you should have access to the actual APK files since this "device" is not a real phone and thus does not come with the official Google Play app.