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7 Best Android Emulators for Windows & Mac 2019

If you want to run Android Apps on your PC & Computer. You will need Android Emulators for Windows & Mac. Not only that, those who are in Android development, Installing an Android Emulators on PC will give them an edge.

There are a number of emulators available and among them, BlueStacks is on the top and others also trying to be to catch the top position.

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7 Best Android Emulators for Windows & Mac 2019

7 Best Android Emulators for Windows & Mac 2019

Today we will share with you the 7 Best Android Emulators for Windows & Mac 2019. As Emulator are becoming popular day by day in the android market. The developer needs to test their apps on Windows PC and gamers also wants to play games on a big screen with the help of mouse and keyboard.

Below is the list of Top 7 emulators for Windows and Mac.

1.Nox Player

Nox PlayerAn emulator especially built for Android games. But it also works great for apps of android as well. With Nox Player, you will surely enjoy a completely new experience of Android. If you love to play heavy games such as PUBG or justice league then this the emulator you must try and the best part of Nox Player is that it is completely free to use with any popup ads.

It will allow you to easily map different keys of the keyboard, Gamepad and for Mouse. You also have an option to assign keys to different gestures, for example, you can map shortcuts for the function of swiping right.

There is an option available in the Settings of Nox Player where you can easily specify the use of CPU and RAM for the best result. If you wan you root your Android smartphone, Nox Player will make it quite easy for you to root your phone with just one step.

Loading time is the main problem with Nox Player. So, you cannot easily use many apps. And it is based on Android 5 Lollipop and it may be a thing you should concern.

Why use Nox Player?

  • You can easily open multiple windows on a single device.
  • You can map shortcuts on your controllers.
  • Easy rooting.

2. BlueStacks

BlueStacksThe most famous emulator among others in the list is BlueStacks. It is quite easy to set up and best for gaming. You can easily download optimized apps for BlueStacks from its app store of its own. It also supports mapping for keywords as in Nox Player but it does go well with gestures.

It gets slow when running the productive apps and that is the main concern. It also has tons of ads which is making it lose as compared to other emulators in the list. And the OS on which it is based is Android 7 Nougat. It is free and for an advanced feature, a premium version is also available.

Why use BlueStacks?

  • Quite straightforward to use.
  • There is support available for multiple accounts.
  • Latest version for Android.
  • Almost 96% of apps are compatible with BlueStacks.
  • Support for Android TV as well.

3. MEmu

MEmuA quite new app as compared to others in the list. 2015 is the year when MEmu gets launched. MEmu is specially designed for games. If we take into account, the speed of MEmu is quite similar to Nox Player and BlueStacks.

Support is available for AMD and Nvidia Chips and that is the main feature of MEmu. Moreover, dedicated support is available for different versions of Android such as for Lollipop, KitKat and Jelly Bean.

MEmu provides support all the high-end games but the graphics performance is quite poor. You will miss smoothness and different textures in MEmu that are present in other emulators in the list.

The OS on which MEmu is based on is Android Lollipop and also works extremely good with all the productivity apps, unlike BlueStacks. If you love to play games like Pokémon Go and Ingress then this is the emulator you should go for.

Why use MEmu?

  • It’s completely free to use.
  • Options available for key mapping.
  • You can set your location on Google Maps.
  • Supports AMD and Nvidia Chips.

4. Ko Player

Ko PlayerKo Player focus mainly on providing lagging free experience for gaming like other emulators in the list. You can use this emulator for free, but you have to bear ads as they will show wherever they want.

Ko player is quite easy to install and you can also navigate easily through the apps. There are options available for mapping of keyboard keys and emulation for the gamepad.

The only drawback with Ko Player is that is sometimes it freezes and does not respond. And it also has some bugs making it difficult for the user to uninstall the emulator as well.

Why use Ko Player?

  • It is completely free to use.
  • The user interface is quite easy to understand and use.
  • Easy to set up as well.

5. Genymotion

GenymotionA not so casual emulator as compare to others in the list but only targets emulators. Genymotion will allow you to test apps on a number of devices along with different Android versions.

Genymotion is compatible with Android SDK and Android Studio and it works fine with MacOS and Linux as well.

As mentioned earlier, Genymotion is created for developers, so If there are any features related to developers. You will find it on Genymotion. Moreover, if you are looking for an emulator for gaming then might not be the best choice for you but still, you can try this one for your experience.

Why use Genymotion?

  • Trial and premium version is available.
  • Support available for Android Studio.
  • Run on Linux and Mac as well.

6. Android Studio

Android StudioA development IDE from Google and it is created especially for the developers. Android Studio has a lot of tools and plugins available for developers that they can easily use and test the apps accordingly.

There is a built-in emulator available in Android Studio but it has fewer features as compare to Genymotion. It cannot be used for general purpose and for playing heavy games. Although it is not that easy to set up. However, it is certainly a favorite emulator of many developers.

 Why use Android Studio?

  • Official emulator presented by Google.
  • It’s completely free to use.
  • Updates available on regular basis.

7. Remix OS

Remix OSIt’s not really different from any other in the list but it is a complete OS for Android which you easily boot into. You need to install Remix OS on a separate window unlike in other emulators in the list.

Remix OS is a product of Jide Technology, which is a company formed by the former employees of Google. You can put this emulator on USB and easily boot to any computer. It works good for productivity apps but not so good for huge and heavy games.

Why use Remix OS?

  • It’s completely free to use.
  • Experience of Android OS.Updated file manager.
  • Works well for productivity apps.

Final Words:

So, this was a list of some best emulators for Windows and Mac that you can easily use and it solely depends on your choice and needs. But keep this thing in mind that not all emulators are bug-free and there is also a possibility that they might lag as well and the performance also varies and completely based on your system specification.

And lastly, must try out these emulators for an amazing gaming experience on Windows PC and if there is an emulator that we missed out do let us know in the comment section as well.