Run Android Apps on PC

There are several reasons for emulating Android on a PC or Mac. It is often easier to test apps on a desktop than on a mobile device, and for everyone else, there's the appeal of playing mobile games on a much larger screen.

Indeed, gaming is the most common reason for emulating Android on a desktop computer, though you can also use an emulator to run any app from the Google Play Store. For example, running the Instagram app in the emulator makes it possible to upload photos from your PC or Mac desktop – something that is otherwise impossible. 
BlueStacks App Player is the best-known Android emulator, and it's hardly surprising given its quality and reliability. BlueStacks has been designed with ease of use in mind and looks and feels just like Android on a tablet or smartphone. There are free and paid-for versions available. The free one includes some ads and the occasional sponsored app, but these are discreet. 

BlueStacks is primarily about games and the interface is essentially a front end for downloading and installing them. Still, it is also possible to visit the Google Play Store and search for other apps.
  • Download and Install BlueStacks.

  • Download the .apk file from the PlayStore. 

There are other emulators also:

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