Everyone knows that Pokemon GO is a battery killer game. Even though it has a bulit-in battery saving mode, it still can’t allow gamers to play the game on the road for hours. The best way to save battery is to play Pokemon GO on PC. This post will introduce tools to help you run the game smoothly on PC. Continue reading “How to Play Pokemon GO on PC”
BlueStacks App Player is the first Android emulator for PC. It lets you use Android on PC with a simple interface which helps Android users navigate comfortably. It works a bit like a widget. Early state of BlueStacks App Player come with 10 apps that have already been pre-installed, which are mostly games. But now it supports over 1.5 million apps and games.
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Nox App Player is one of the best Android emulators on PC I’ve known so far. It uses Android 4.4.2 Kitkat kernel, a popular distribution of Android. The emulator keeps phone’s layout to make users more comfortable and easier to use. It offers a high level of efficiency and stability, it is compatibility with X86 and AMD processors, and recent Windows OS versions.
Nox also comes with a built-in Google Play Store to help users download apps and games right away after installing the player.
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MEmu is a brand new Android app player that brings apps and games from Android to Windows PC. It supports nearly all devices powered by Windows. Compared to other Android emulators, MEmu provides quite high performance and compatibility.
There are many things to do on MEmu besides gaming. Users can chat with friends using apps such as Line and watch TV channels.
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Sometimes you just want to play Android games on a PC. That’s when a copy of Android on PC is the most welcomed. There are a number of workarounds that can help you to install your own Android on PC. There are 2 ways to achieve this. One is to use an Android app player which can be executed as a software on a Windows PC or Mac, and one is to install Android OS which works like Windows or Mac. Both ways have been optimized from the ground up for mobile devices like smart phones and tablets.
You’re going to need to make sure that you are using the right tools. Choose one from the list below: