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Best Android Emulators for Windows PC


If you happen to own Windows 7/8/10 powered PC or laptop and want to try Android apps or games on that then you first need to install an emulator.

Android Emulators for Windows

Best Android Emulators for Windows PC and Laptops

These days, there are lot of Android emulators available but most of them are new and in development phases. So here we are with list of some of the most popular and stable Android emulators available for Windows PC or laptops.


Remix OS Player

Remix OS Player is Android powered emulator. It is compatible with Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10. The good thing about Remix OS Player is the support for latest Android OS. Remix OS Player support Android Oreo so you can apps that are just released for Android.


Bluestacks requires no introduction. When it comes to Android emulators, Bluestacks is the name that first comes to our mind. The reason is that Bluestacks as the oldest Android emulator, Bluestacks has been updated again and again, with a focus on doing as much good as possible for the user experience. Bluestacks is available for Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 along with support for Mac. It is also free to use.



If you are looking for low-weight Android emulator for your Windows PC or desktop, then MEmu is the good choice. It supports both Intel and AMD based systems. It help you configure CPU, RAM and device model inside the emulator. Similar to Bluestacks, MEmu is also free to use.


LDPlayer is coming up in the ranks of emulators as a popular option. Users rave that the interface is simple to use and clean, and enjoy the fact that it has Google Play Store built right in so you don’t have to navigate around to find your desired games/apps.

These are some of the best Android emulators available for Windows users. Is there an emulator on your list that you are thinking of, but don’t see it on our list? Let us know in the comments, and we can respond about it (and why it doesn’t make this list) for the benefit of everyone else who is new to emulators.


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