Anbox is a free and open-source compatibility layer that aims to allow mobile applications and mobile games developed for Android to run on Linux distributions. Canonical introduced Anbox Cloud, for running Android applications in a cloud environment.
Android-x86 is an open source project that makes an unofficial porting of the Android mobile operating system developed by the Open Handset Alliance to run on devices powered by x86 processors, rather than RISC-based ARM chips. Developers Chih-Wei Huang and Yi Sun originated the project in 2009.
ARChon Runtime for Chrome Run Android Apps in Chrome in OS X, Linux and Windows.
Dolphin is a free and open-source video game console emulator for GameCube and Wii that runs on Windows, Linux, MacOS, and Android. It had its inaugural release in 2003 as freeware for Windows. Dolphin was the first GameCube emulator that could successfully run commercial games. After troubled development in the first years, Dolphin became free and open-source software and subsequently gained support for Wii emulation.
Genymotion is a complete Android emulator for Windows. It’s very powerful and easy to use even for casual users, who shouldn’t have any problem navigating and controlling the program.
An Android emulator is of course an invaluable tool for app developers, allowing testing of software to be carried out without the need of a physical device. An emulator is also a great way for anyone to try out an app before installing it to their device, whether it be for security reasons or if they just don’t have their device on hand at the time.
KOPLAYER is a great Android Emulator for PC that brings the best playing experience for players with more than one million hot apps. Compared to traditional Android emulators, KOPLAYER Emulator takes the newest kernel technology under the x86 architecture. All of these results have huge advantages in performance, stability, compatibility, and let you enjoy the fun you can’t get from the cell phone.
ARC Welder is an abbreviation for App Runtime for Chrome. This easy-to-use Android emulator lets you use the functions of your smartphone on the PC without much hassle. ARC Welder for Chrome has been designed to provide you with a complete Android user experience.
Bliss OS brings all the features and options of Bliss ROM to your PC, tablet, Chromebook and MacBook, and is available in many different configurations. Its interface is innovative and extremely likable, letting you switch at will between a desktop system and a touch-style interface.
Droid4X is a full-featured Android emulator that you can use for anything, from video games like Clash of Clans or Subway Surfers.
MEmu is an Android emulator that specializes in video games, thanks to which you can enjoy any of the many exclusive titles you can find for mobile phones and tablets, directly on your computer. You don’t need to adjust complicated settings and configure the controls, just install it and start playing.
MuMu app player is a free Android Emulator for Windows PC or Mac OS. It is also known as Nemu (NemuBox or Nemu Launcher). It is compatible with an impressive number of games (including NetEase games) and offers its own keymapping service to associate its mouse and keyboard keys with the tactile commands of a game.
Mupen64Plus, formerly named Mupen64-64bit and Mupen64-amd64, is a free and open-source, cross-platform Nintendo 64 emulator, written in the programming languages C and C++. It allows users to play Nintendo 64 games on a computer by reading ROM images, either dumped from the read-only memory of a Nintendo 64 cartridge or created directly on the computer as homebrew.
Nox App Player is a powerful Android emulator for Windows. Now your Windows PC can run any of the hundreds of apps originally created just for Android the most widely used smartphone operating system in the world.
PCSX2 is a free and open-source PlayStation 2 emulator for Windows, Linux, and macOS that supports a wide range of PlayStation 2 video games with a high level of compatibility and functionality. Although PCSX2 can closely mirror the original gameplay experience on the PlayStation 2, PCSX2 supports a number of improvements over gameplay on a traditional PlayStation 2, such as the ability to use custom resolutions up to 8192×8192, anti-aliasing, and texture filtering.
PrimeOS by Floydwiz is a free Windows program that provides comprehensive Android OS features on PC screens. It turns your desktop into a mobile gaming device, granting access to millions of mobile-specific applications to control with your keyboard and mouse.
Remix OS was a computer operating system for personal computers with x86 and ARM architectures that, prior to discontinuation of development, shipped with a number of 1st- and 3rd-party devices. Remix OS allowed PC users to run Android mobile apps on any compatible Intel-based PC.In January 2016 Jide...Read More
Xamarin Android Player gives you the possibility of running, testing, debugging or demoing Android apps in a comfortable environment that runs on Windows. In plain terms, you can play around with a virtual Android phone on your computer.
Xenia is an Xbox 360 emulator. Even if it’s not a finished product that’s accessible to everyone, it’s the groundwork for something that could become a very interesting project. In a few words: you can use it to emulate games, but it’s a pretty complex process.
ePSXe (enhanced PSX emulator) is a PlayStation video game console emulator for x86-based PC hardware with Microsoft Windows and Linux, as well as devices running Android. It was written by three authors, using the aliases calb, _Demo_ and Galtor. ePSXe is closed source with the exception of the application programming interface (API) for its plug-ins.