Top 5 Emulators for your PC

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Many users especially Android app developers want emulators to run apps on their PC. Many application developers use emulators to test the app for multiple versions of android.

Emulators allow you to install and run android apps on your computer. This means you can download and run any app found on Google PlayStore This is the reason, they are also very popular among mobile gamers who want to play mobile games but on a bigger screen and a fast processor.

Here is the list of top emulators that you must try on your PC.

1. Bluestacks

Bluestacks is the first name that comes to our mind when anyone talks about Android Emulators. It is also the most popular Android Emulators for PC. It is available for Windows as well as Mac. It is the best choice to play mobile games as it is very powerful. They also claim that Bluestacks is approximately 6 times faster than your typical smartphone. However, if you are using an old PC with low RAM and weak CPU, then we recommend not to download it as it uses a lot of your computer's resources.

2. GenyMotion

GenyMotion is one of the best Android Emulators for PC and is mostly famous among Android developers. GenyMotion lets you test your apps on multiple android versions without actually owning them. It is based on x86 architecture, therefore faster than Bluestacks which is also on our list. It also provides hardware acceleration support. 

3. AndyRoid

 AndyRoid can be installed on Microsoft Windows 7, 8.1, 10, and also on Mac OS. It comes with some unique and useful features that can not be found on any Emulators on this list. Installing apps directly from the desktop, camera & microphone integration, ARM support are some of its features. Also, you can use your device as a controller while playing games.

4. MEMU

MEMU is one of the best alternatives for Bluestacks. You can create multiple virtual devices to simulate many android devices in a single PC. It supports AMD and Intel chipsets. It is also quite popular among gamers.

5. Nox

Nox App Player doesn't use too much of your RAM and CPU like BlueStacks. It is similar to MEMU and has some useful features like it supports Android Simulation.