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First of all, What is an Emulator? In computing, an emulator is a hardware or software or both that duplicates or emulates the functions of one computer system in another computer system (the host), different from the first one, so that the emulated behavior closely resembles the behavior of the real system.

Android emulators are virtual mobile device that runs on your computer. Generally the emulator lets you develop and test Android applications without using a physical device. This document is a reference to the available command line options and the keyboard mapping to device keys. The emulators can also be used to imitates and emulates the complete environment an Android device for gaming and so many more.

Wouldn't it be great if you have an Android device on your PC because with these emulators, you can do a lot things you can actually do on the real Android phone.

However, we have listed 4 best Android emulators for Windows PC which you might find useful.

1. BlueStacks App Player

BlueStacks App Player is designed to enable Android applications to run on Windows PCs and Macintosh computers. BlueStacks was firsly released to the public in 2011 and has grown to wide range Android app player. BlueStacks has the same features and functions of the real Android device. BlueStack just released its latest version 2.0 for Windows PC with a new interface and new features. BlueStacks came with the "Cloud connect" feature which allows you to push apps from your Android device to Bluestacks, and vice versa. 

While you can search for any Android app to install on your PC using BlueStacks, it is particularly focused on games, as its home page filled with suggested games by category reveals. Unfortunately, although BlueStacks runs many games quite well, I found the program to be buggy and the user interface inflexible. However, it is a free program that doesn't take up a lot of resources and it requires only just 2GB of RAM. Click the below link to download the emulator

Download Here - BlueStacks App Player

2. Amiduos

Amiduos is one of the best Android emulators we tested. On AnTuTu benchmarks, AMIDuOS scored 45,611, compared to BlueStacks' score of 28,311 and Andy's showing of 31,299. AMIDuOS attracts this impressive performance by running Android apps natively on your computer's x86 processor whenever possible, rather than emulating Android devices' less powerful ARM processors. 

AMIDuOS ran the performance-demanding Google Earth smoothly (and was able to find my location), detected and followed my "OK, Google" Google Now voice commands, and even allowed for copying and pasting text between Android and Windows. Its ask for a price of $10 for a lifetime license per computer after the 30 days trial like other emulators. The $10 is for the jellybean version while they also have lolipop version which is $15. Click the below link to download the emulator

Download Here - Amiduos 

3. Andy 

Andy offers the full android Android (4.2.2 KitKat) experience in either full-screen or windowed mode. You can essentially do anything in Andy that you could on an Android tablet or phone, including adding widgets to your home screen, backing up your virtual device to Google, receiving app notifications and a lots more you could think of. 

The program offers many ways for Android to interact with your PC (with either x86 processors or ARM processors) and even your phone. You can use your Android phone as a controller for Andy on your desktop (helpful when playing games that require tilting or tapping, if your computer doesn't support these). Android apps can be launched from your Windows desktop, and you can copy files between Android and Windows through a shared folder. It requires 2GB to 4GB of RAM but the most recommneded is the 4GB RAM in order to make the performance faster and smoothly. Click the below link to download the emulator

Download Here - Andy 

4. Genymotion

Genymotion is free and takes advantage of your computer's x86 architecture for better performance. It runs on Windows, Mac and Linux. You can choose a specific device to emulate — a Google Nexus 9 running the latest version of Android (5.10), for example, or another Android tablet or phone — and create multiple virtual machines. 

Genymotion imitates and emulates the complete Android environment but not that perfectly. Genymotion is a tool meant for Android developers which is used for testing their developed apps. It doesn't include Google Play, so you can't install apps from there without work-arounds. It contains some bugs which found out while testing. Well you can go through the steps of installing google play manually on  it. Genymotion runs most apps smoothly, including those using 3D graphics. Click the below link to download the emulator

Download Here - Genymotion

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