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Top 3 best Android emulators for PC and Mac of 2020

Android emulators are not a necessity, but they surely can entertain gamers. The question is which one to use? The good news is that the tech is more advanced today, and, therefore, emulators have many uses, which can aid developers too. We have prepared a list of the top 3 best Android emulators to use in 2020, but before going into details, let’s find out a few reasons why you should use one for PC and Mac.

Why using an Android emulator?

There are many reasons why you should use an Android emulator; however, we are going to talk about the main ones. By using an Android emulator, your game difficulty goes down, which increases the fun. You will also be able to use some game tricks if you wish too. Here is a list of the best emulators to use for gaming:

  • LDPlayer
  • Bluestacks
  • MeMu 
  • KoPlayer
  • Nox 

Developers can use them in order to test their apps before the official release. Here is a list you use in this case:

  • Android Studio
  • Xamarin 
  • Genymotion

Another reason why Android emulators should be used is productivity. Any gaming emulator has this ability; however, it is limited. In this case, you can use the following emulator; however, it requires more than basic knowledge:

  • ARChon 
  • Bliss

LDPlayer

The LDPlayer is available for free. You can use this emulator for gaming. The reason why you should consider this Android emulator is because it receives monthly updates. That means your games will have a better performance. The main features are:

  • great keyboard mapping controls
  • multi-instance
  • macros
  •  high FPS
  • graphical support

Android Studio’s emulator

Android Studio’s emulator is also available for free. If you want to create apps for Android, this emulator can help you out. It allows developers to test their apps or games. However, if you are not a developer, it might seem very difficult to use. The setup could give an average consumer some headache, but for developers should be an easy peasy job.

ARChon

ARChon is free to use; however, it comes with some extra spice. This Android emulator is available as a Chrome extension. Therefore, you can run Android apps and games on the Google Chrome browser. However, it is quite challenging to get it running as you need APKs. Not all APKs are compatible, so you will need an extra tool in order to change them. It takes a longer time to make it work, but the results are excellent. 

Catherine Whitaker

Catherine has been an active participant and contributor for V Herald for quite some time. Being a tech lover and a part of a popular local NGO, she loves to jot down news articles for Technology and science niches.

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