Top 3 Free Android Emulators for PC – Windows 7/8/8.1/10


Android emulators a virtual mobile device that may be  runs on your computer. This emulator lets you develop your Android apps and test Android Apps and games. If you want to run Android apps on your Computer you'll need an Android emulator. Here we collected the  best Android emulators on the market which are free to use and light weight on your computer.

 Top 3 Free Android Emulators for PC


1.GenyMotion 
Genymotion, the fastest Android emulator for app testing and presentation. it is simple and easy to use some of the key features of  Genymotion are as follows 
Plugins for Android Studio and Eclipse. Compatible with all Android SDK tools.
Genymotion integration into your testing and continuous integration server is simple and powerful.
GPS, Battery, Screencast, Network quality and performance, Call interruption, SMS emulation.
Command line tool, Java API, Gradle plugin. an many more



2. BlueStacks
Bluestacks is an American tech company that produces the BlueStacks App  Player and other cloud-based cross-platform products. BlueStacks App Player is a great tool for allowing you to run your favorite mobile  apps/games in full screen in your browser using a computer
Features:
Windows-Native Graphics Support
Runs x86-based Apps
Runs ARM-based Apps
Move files between Windows + Android
Developer Test Support



3. Droid4X
Droid4x is the best Android simulator ever, which leads in aspects of performance, user experience, compatibility and gaming controllability. Making millions of mobile games and apps as desktop experience.

Droid4x is the first multi-touch supported simulator in the world, on Droid4x, gaming control experience is far more than on phone.
Compatible applications and games available more than 99%
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  2. I've had the best success with the Droid4x, since in comparison to the other 2 emulators you've mentioned here, it's the only one that's truly free to use. Plus the installation and setup is much easier for most users. This post shows how to install: http://www.vidblurb.com/awesome/how-to-play-android-apps-from-the-google-play-network-on-your-pc/

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