Android Emulators are what you’ve been looking for.
Well, that’s what we’re going to discuss in this post.
Emulators are being used for quite a long time by millions of users.
So tell me, who you are?
A gamer or a developer.
I’ve seen many gamers using android emulators to play android games. I have seen talented developers as well.
But gamers are really fond of playing games using the mouse and keyboard.
That’s why most of them use android emulators to satisfy their desires.
Maybe you don’t know much about the developers that use these emulators to test their applications for smartphones.
Well, one must know how their application will look on Android. Isn’t it?
So we’re heading to learn more about the best android emulators.
But before that.
I want you to take a glimpse of the informative infographic on the same.
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Top Android Emulators for PC (in 2020)
You don’t want to pick that one which would drain all battery in the first hour of the usage.
So let’s pick the best one for you.
Ever heard of Tencent Gaming Buddy, now it is known by the name of GameLoop.
Game Loop is an amazing android emulator for gamers, there’s no doubt that most PUBG players recommend the emulator for the smooth gaming experience.
Good news, now they support Call of Duty Mobile as well. (Official Partnership Stuff)
Additionally, Free Fire can also be played without much lag.
GameLoop supports a (bunch) of other games by Tencent. Nothing much you can expect!
But what else a PUBG player wants other than a perfect android emulator other than GameLoop.
Bluestacks is one of the best android emulators appreciated by many android gamers.
Its compatibility with tons of android games is what gamers are usually talking about.
Inside Bluestacks you have an option to download games directly from Play Store or use Bluestack’s very own optimized app feature.
Expectedly you would also get a regular software update from Bluestacks.
You might not want to use Bluestacks if your PC’s performance is not so great. So to avoid lags, avoid bluestacks!
Price: Free | Premium 24$
3. Nox Player
Nox Player is a powerful android gaming emulator with Android 7 functionality. (Latest)
Users can assign keyboard and mouse to play android games with simple keyword mapping.
Just like other top emulators, you can assign CPU and RAM usage in settings for smoother gameplay.
Its multiple instances feature lets you run more games at a time without much load on the system. The simpler the better!
MEmu is another high rated android emulator to play android games at higher frame rates.
Improved OpenGL, DirectX 3D rendering effects, AMD, and Nvidia chips giving more extraordinary images on larger screens.
Excellent mouse & keyboard controls with built-in key mappings, simple and convenient.
You can run multiple accounts for the same game or play multiple games on different instances simultaneously.
KOPlayer is another free android gaming emulator to play games without a considerable amount of lag.
You can install and play any game available on Google Play Store, manually drag-drop install feature is also available.
Moreover, it also lets you record favorite gaming moments through its built-in screen recorder.
You may find a few ads while running the software, but they won’t bother you much.
6. LD Player
LD Player is an emulator that supports 2 million mobile games on PC.
Play games on powerful android versions, both 5.1 and 7.1. Google Play Store is pre-installed.
You can create custom keyboards maps for your own ease. While this feature is not new, you can find this on other gaming emulators as well.
The best thing is LD Player is more optimized to run games according to your PC requirements. LD Player usually provide updates in a month or two to avoid bugs.
Genymotion is the android emulator developed only for developers.
You can run various devices with different android versions. Switching between virtual devices is quite easy.
It is ADB compatible and users can use various test automation tools.
It also supports android studio, as well as other operating systems such as Mac and Linux.
Price: Free | Paid Options
8. Phoenix OS
Phoenix OS is the latest android emulator for PC gamers.
It also has a desktop-like experience however, so it works very well for productivity.
It has Google Play Store even though it can be a little difficult to work with it.
Phoenix OS runs Android 7.1, which for an Android emulator is relatively new.
It is not suited for hardcore gaming but still users may use it on low-end devices.
9. Prime OS
Prime OS is a perfect alternative to gaming emulators for PC.
You can run other non-gaming Android Apps and can use Prime OS for productivity if you want to.
Along with playing games, it also delivers a real android feeling while using it on PC.
It has an Android×86 based operating system for PCs, along with an amazing DecaPro tool with keyboard mapping functionality.
10. Android Studio
Android Studio is a development IDE (Integrated development environment) from Google.
It is specially made for the development of softwares and android apps. Like other emulators, this is only for productivity; you cannot play games.
It comes with a bunch of testing tools such as a built-in android emulator.
You can use various devices based on different android versions. Such as you can use Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, etc.
So these were one of the best android emulators you don’t want to miss.
Most of the android emulators are used for gaming purposes. Well, that’s obvious too. We have more gamers than developers in this world.
Remember to optimize the setting according to your PC’s requirement after installing them.
Most of them are free, but you’ll find some ads while using them.
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