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How to Take Your Android On Your PC

Are you a fan of Android mobile OS that makes your life a lot easier? If yes, you would be happy to know that you can now take its features right on your personal computer. If you wish to enjoy Android features on your PC, you can easily do so as there are various ways to do the same. Let’s have a look at them.

  1. AMIDuOS

This tool allows people to take their complete Android 5.1 Lollipop on their PC. No matter whether you use Windows 7,8 or 10, you can easily perform this task effortlessly. You can try it for free for the first 30 days. However, you can buy a lifetime license for almost $18.

AMI has conducted thorough tests of various Android apps and provides constant updates to ensure that even newer Android apps can be used without any problem on PC. In addition, 3D acceleration makes Android games on PC faster, and you can even include your gamepad with AMIDuOS.

AMIDuOS is known for rendering a full-fledged Android tablet with the home screen, settings, sensors and a touchscreen. You can choose to view your Android apps either in a general window or in full-screen mode. It features a common file system that allows you to access your PC’s hard drive from the rivaled Android device.

You can easily set up and install the Play Store on a Windows PC. Just right-click the Google Apps ZIP file and choose Open in AMIDuOS from the shortcut menu. However, there are some issues too with this tool. For example, its user interface has not been adapted for desktop computers with a mouse and keyboard.

The video playback is not user-centric since Netflix’s high-definition content has not been able to perform fine with the laptop resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels. One can easily see fine lines on the edges of the screen.The YouTube app was not found to play full HD streams on another laptop.

  1. BlueStacks

Another player in this segment is BlueStacks. It was once supported by AMD and has been around since the end of 2011. It is primarily called as “app player.”

There is an installation program that can be used to the setup. Once installed, you can login using your Google account. BlueStacks imitates Android using the old Android 4.4.2 KitKat. BlueStacksappears more like a tablet and displays a home screen on start, where the installed and recommended apps can be located.

The navigation bar is at the top and one can switch between apps and call up the home screen. One just needs to click the mouse button to switch between home screens.

  1. Remix OS for PC

Remix OS for PC doesn’t work like an emulator that simply displays Android apps on Windows, but it is actually another operating system. The developers at Jideare working on Remix OS for PC.

It comes with an installer so you can just download and install it. Reboot and you can start. The best thing about this OS is its desktop-optimized interface which gives a feel of Chrome OS.



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