Most people these days look to opt for emulators to play Android games on their PC and have a better experience of the same game. As of today, there are a lot of emulators available for you and you can choose whichever you want. There are other reasons to use emulators on your PC as well, including you can enjoy the game on a much larger screen, android developers can debut their apps on their desktop easily and many other reasons to do so.

It is pretty tempting to try an emulator on your Android, especially if you love to play games, that too, on a larger screen. A few emulators do not work as they are advertised. However, we have given a list of three of the best emulators which are as perfect as they are advertised.

1. Remix OS Player

Remix OS is considered to be one of the best Android Emulators there are. Along with installing Remix OS Player on your Mac or Windows, you can also experience the services of it without any troubles of actually installing it. Remix OS Player is based on Android version 6.0 Marshmallow and is free of cost. To use Remix OS Player, you need to enable “Virtualisation Technology” in your BIOS.

When you have Remix OS Player, you will see a shortcut button which will enable you to access all the apps which you have installed and you will also have a fresh interface with taskbar located at the bottom. You will also be notified of the games and apps which are trending, according to your interests. The biggest advantage of this is that you do not need an extra setup because it supports Google PlayStore.

The team assures you that you get a better and more satisfying gaming experience as compared to the touch screen because of which they also optimized Remix OS Player for an astonishing gaming experience. It has an improved game play as well. You can change all the settings according to your needs to, for example network type, location, signal strength, etc.

All in all, Remix OS Player is one to consider if you are looking for a solid Android emulator, especially for your Marshmallow version because this is probably the only emulator that runs marshmallow.

2. Nox Player

Another emulator for Android which is popular and of high quality is Nox App Player which is based in Android 4.4 KitKat. Nox player is known for its excellent features and has plenty of features for that matter. Because of this reason, you might find the interface a little overwhelming initially. You will eventually get used to it and love it as and when you spend time using it.

If you have difficulty in compatibility, you can then choose either DirectX or OpenGL mode of graphic rendering.

Nox Player comes with inbuilt Google PlayStore and you can easily drop the APK files to Nox Player in order to install them. The simulate touch also helps you playing games, thus making your experience much better. You can also record moments of your games to watch them later. You can run multiple Android instances with the help of the multi-player feature.

With all this, we can see that Nox player is a home to great features and is one of the best, currently. However, it runs only the older Android versions which is its only setback.

3. BlueStacks

Whenever we talk about Android Emulators, we got to talk about the one which set the base, Bluestacks. It is still one of the best Android Emulators even though it has become bloated to some extent. It has an inbuilt Google PlayStore and thus, you can access over 2 million games and applications, which is a great deal. One can easily install the APKs as well. What helps Bluestack stand out is that you can live-stream your game to Twitch with which you can show your followers what you're capable of and it also lets you live-stream to Facebook live with the help of BlueStacks TV. In addition to that, you can also multi-task. Premium version is an ad-free version and you are the priority to Bluestack. However, the free version is full of ads and it constantly notifies you to install sponsored apps.


To conclude, it is safe and tempting to use Android emulators so that you can have a better gaming experience. It is easy to do so and with time, you will realize that using the emulator was totally worth it.

Author's Bio: 

Rasel Khan is an internet entrepreneur