There are times when you wish you could play your favorite Android RPG or Strategy game using a mouse and a keyboard. If that is the case then your wish just came true! Android Emulation on PC is now possible, thanks to a number of emulators and we will gave a look at the top 5 free emulators out there.
Andy is a completely free emulator, and is able to run almost all apps, games and launchers. If you want,you can even install root access to it. The installation may be a bit tricky at times, but it works very well. There used to be some everyday issues, but that is all in the past now.
Price: Free and $2/month
It is similar to Andy in most ways, except for the fact that, the free version at times will download a sponsored app on your device. Though, you can easily un-install it, it tends to become a bit annoying if you are having memory issues on your phone. There is a solution for this problem as well, but for that you will have to purchase the premium version for $2/month.
Droid4x is built for games mostly, it works like any other android emulator, but with a twist. The emulator has an add-on feature, which makes your device act as a controller. So, for example if you are playing Need For Speed or Mortal Kombat X, it will give you a more console like experience. The emulator is available for free as well.
Price: Free with in-app purchases
This emulator is mainly built for developers and all those who want to experience an app or game on a device, without having to actually buy the device. So, if you want to try out a Nexus 6 running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, then now you can.
Nox is an android emulator again built for gamers. The cool part about this emulator is that you can assign, various keys for different wipe gestures. Not only a keyboard, but if you have a joystick works well on it, just as much. So, for a free emulator it is pretty nifty!
So, guys this is our list, do you have any others in mind? Do let us know. Happy Gaming!