7 Best Android Emulators for Windows 10 that you Must Consider

Android emulators are the software that allows you to run Android based upon your Windows PC. There are many Android emulators available online, few of them are free while for the others you have to pay. Today, I will give you the list of my favorite seven best Android emulators for Windows 10.


Andy Android Emulator gives you the experience of using a true Android smartphone. If you are using an Android emulator just for playing games on PC, then this is the one that you should be using. Apart from games, Andy allows you to use all the Android apps very smoothly.

Pros: You can root Andy if you are looking forward to use rooted apps.
Cons: Minor lagging issue.


BlueStacks is the most popular Android Emulators around the world. When BlueStack was initially launched, it had many bugs. But now it has improved a lot and it can give you a wonderful experience when it comes to using your PC as an Android smartphone. The emulator allows you to run multiple application simultaneously. The new version of BlueStacks is name is BlueStacks 2. Without a doubt, I can say that it is one of the best Android Emulators.

Pros: Allow multitasking.
Cons: None


Droid4X has a very simple user interface which makes it very easy to use. It is considered as a classic Android Emulator. It runs many Android productive apps very smoothly. Droid4X has boost support that makes playing Android games very comfortable and it.

Pros: Boost support for Android games.
Cons: A bit unstable.


Most of the features in Genymotion Android Emulator is free but it also has paid features. If you are developing an Android app, then this can be your best friend. It is very flexible with its Android version. You can try various Android smartphone models and Android versions in Genymotion in order to test your app.

Pros: Allows to test various Android apps in developing stage.
Cons: It is not made for consumer usage.


This Android Emulator focuses specifically on gaming. If you want to upload a tutorial on YouTube that teaches people how to play a game, then this is the software that you should go for. It is because it allows you to record the screen while playing the game. KoPlayer is in the initial stage of developing and therefore you might occasionally encounter few random bugs.

Pros: Allows key mapping which gives you a good gaming experience.
Cons: It is a newly developed Android Emulator and therefore is buggy.


MEmu is one of the latest Android emulators in the market. What makes it different from other Android Emulator is the fact that it supports AMD and Intel chipsets. This is one of the rare Android Emulator which allows you to play games and run productive apps very smoothly. It supports various Android versions.

Pros: Supports AMD and Intel chipset.
Cons: None

Remix OS Player

Another new Android Emulator which is on the list is Remix OS Player which has been developed by Jide. The best thing about this software is that it runs on Android Marshmallow. If you want to play heavy Android games, then you should go for this. It has a variety of features which can be customized in order to improve your gaming experience. You might encounter few minor bugs while using it but with update, it will soon go away.

Pros: Allows you to customise the options allowing a better gaming experience.
Cons: Doesn’t support AMD CPUs.

Our Choice:

These are the best Android emulators available on the internet. After using all of these Android Emulators we found that BlueStacks is the best and the stable Android Emulator. You can choose any of the above given best Android emulators on basis of your requirement. Please take care of the pros and cons while selecting your software, so that you don’t face any kind of problem while using an app in it. Also, share your experience of using the Android emulator in the comment section below.

Alisia Watson
Alisia Watson
Alisia Watson is a brand strategist at My Ultimate Success Tips a.k.a MUS Tips.


  1. Hi. Nice list of Android emulators.

    Nox App Player is really good too, and so is MEmu. Both emulators now have the options of using Android KitKat or Lollipop now, which is really neat for app testing and compatibility.


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