If you are someone who finds it easier, using your PC, you will agree that there are times you wish you could run some of your android applications on your system. It is frustrating, using your phone and PC simultaneously when you can simply use only your PC. YouWave has put an end to these frustrations by enabling users to launch their Android apps directly from PCs.
YouWave is a software that will allow you to run Android Applications and Android App Store from your Windows PC. The free trial is valid for 10 days and after that, you will have to upgrade to the paid subscription.
YouWave runs Android apps on your Windows PC by creating a virtual Android environment inside Windows. Although YouWave has been specifically designed as an emulated environment to run Android apps, the transition sometimes has the problem of not coming off that well.
The interface is quite basic, there are about 3 distinct options displayed on the main window - File, View, and Help features. Plus a search bar to easily type in a desired application and find it readily. On the right side of the main display window, every launched application is displayed there and you can view it as you would on your mobile device. It’s really a basic interface with no complexities and looks like an enlarged version of your phone’s screen.
YouWave display inside Windows doesn't have the sharpness as would a mobile Android device, largely due to the fact that the icons are originally designed for smaller devices and not PC-size resolutions.
In conclusion, even as a basic emulated Android environment the YouWave display inside Windows doesn't have the crispness and clarity of a native Android device. The navigation only suffers a bit in the transition from portable to desktop. YouWave is not a free application, but you can try it out for free for a 10 day period after which, you’ll be required to pay for anymore services.