There are over 3 million apps on Google Play right now. With such a variety of choices, a mobile cellphone user can find a tool for pretty much everything - work, studies, or entertainment. Some of these apps are unique to the platform and haven’t been released for the web or PC. In this case, a PC user would miss out on dozens of useful tools. To prevent that from happening, you can install an Android emulator - a tool that creates a virtual device on your computer and allows using an app on a widescreen.
Andy is an Android emulator that allows a PC user to create a virtual copy of an Android environment. Developers can profit from a tool as it allows them to test software in different environments to get more insights about its performance. The software can be used to improve gaming or working experience as well. You will be able to play a favorite game on a wide screen, with an improved level of detail and higher immersion.
Andy allows you to synchronize multiple devices. You’ll be able to view phone notifications on a computer in real time. Unlike a mobile device, limited by storage memory, Andy doesn’t have storage space limitations. A user wouldn’t have to sacrifice the multitouch experience either as he can use a cellphone as a joystick.
An emulated system is not hard to navigate as its identical to a phone’s UI. With built-in Google Play Store support, you can download apps straight to Andy. By customizing the program’s settings, a user can make sure that all files stored on an emulated system are transferred to an actual cellphone. There’s a built-in integration of native device features - camera and GPS. There’s OpenGL hardware support, ARM support, and a possibility to use a mobile phone as a controller.
Good news is, using Andy, you will still be able to access your Windows desktop and use all the PC programs and tools. This provides a cross-platform experience that comes in handy during app development and testing.
Andy is an Android emulator for Windows. Thanks to a wide range of integration as well as the support of native device features, it allows users to enjoy an immersive and detailed experience as well as stay updated on cellphone messages and notifications.