BlueStacks Alternatives: 6 Best Free Android Emulators

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This is the list of top 6 BlueStacks Alternatives, best Android emulators for windows 7/8/8.1/10 Computers. You can also call this post as – the list of 6 best Android emulators for PC. These emulators will help you to run Android games on your Windows PC if you don’t want to use BlueStacks. You can also visit Brighter Guide to read more articles about Bluestacks.

bluestacks alternatives

In recent years, Android emulators (mainly BlueStacks) have become very popular. Nowadays emulator software has become a must-have application for running Android apps (mostly games) on a bigger screen.

Though Bluestacks is the most popular Android emulator, for many people a software which they don’t want to use. Also, many people can’t use BlueStacks on their computers as it requires a very good hardware setup.

That’s why I created this list of best Bluestacks alternatives. Where Bluestacks requires a good configuration computer, most of the Android emulators mentioned in this list don’t require that much hardware. You can use these emulators on any decent computer without getting any error. Start checking the best Android emulators one by one from the list below.

KOPLAYER

KoPlayer Android Emulator

Koplayer Android emulator will give you a great playing experience while playing Android games on PC. You can run more than one million awesome apps on your PC. It has the newest kernel technology under the x86 architecture. All of these results huge advantages in performance, stability, compatibility of any Android game on PC. <Download KoPlayer>

Droid4X

Droid4X is a power Android simulator. Yeah, it’s a simulator, not an emulator, although don’t worry they are pretty much the same thing (Read: Differences between Simulation and Emulation). It’s the only Bluestacks alternative in this list that comes pre-rooted for the users who are willing to try advance features of Android OS. <Download Droid4X>

Droid4X Android Emulator

GenyMotion

GenyMotion is a useful Bluestacks alternative for running android games on PC. It supports some advanced features like OpenGL and hardware acceleration. It’s completely free for personal use. GenyMotion is the third-best Bluestacks alternative in this list. <Download GenyMotion>

Genymotion Android Emulator

MEmu

MEmu is simple to use a new Android emulator and Bluestacks alternative. Though it was developed for playing Android video games on Windows PC, But you can run any Android app on your Windows PC using it. MEmu also supports the Windows tablet seamlessly. It’s a freeware so you can use it totally for free. <Download MEmu>

MEmu Android Emulator

Andy

If you a loyal reader of MostUsefulTricks then you may have notices that I had mentioned Andy emulator on some of my previous blog posts. It’s an excellent bluestacks alternative for your use. Andy is also known as Andy OS can be a great alternative for bluestacks. <Download Andy>

andy emulator

YouWave

If your computer can’t run Bluestacks because of some issue regarding the hardware, then you should try YouWave as its alternatives. YouWave is a popular android emulator with all the features built-in which you may ever need in an Android emulator. for more details regarding Youwave, you can check their official website. <Download YouWave>

YouWave Android Emulator

BlueStacks has become a big deal for people who loves to play various Android games on their computer. I had used BlueStacks on many of my old blog posts for running popular Android apps on PC like Clash of Clans for PC, Xender for PC, Psiphon 3 for PC, and many more.

For running BlueStacks, a pretty good computer is required, but many people still own old PCs that don’t support BlueStacks. Also, many people were asking me – “I don’t want to use BlueStacks on my PC and what are the best alternatives?” I think I have answered all of their questions in this post.

So, if you are facing any issue with running BlueStacks, then I would recommend you to use any other android emulator rather than BlueStacks. I hope you find this list useful, Thank you.

17 thoughts on “BlueStacks Alternatives: 6 Best Free Android Emulators”

  1. I just want to run messenger apps like whatsapp, hike e.t.c in my laptop.
    I i am not going to play games or use any big application.
    So i want an alternate of bluestacks, which will take very less RAM so that my system will not be slower.
    Which will be the best for this requirement?

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      • is koplayer pre rooted or easy to root(like memu) or not easy to root like bluestacks?… thnks (i need root to use titanbackup for my games and their finished levels scores… etc)… thnks

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  2. hello friend i have windows xp with service pack 3 and 2 gb ram and my computer doesnt support bluestacks so can you tell me an alternative cuz i have to play clash of clans

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  3. hello friend my system has 2gb ram but i am unable to install bluestacks
    what did i do then my system take install bluestacks???
    please help me

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    • u can download bluestacks for 2GB RAM… i have it downloaded but anyways bluestacks is not very good so download some other software 🙂

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  4. My Laptop is Hp Pavilion g4 notebook of 2GB RAM with 1GB Graphics and I want to use any android application such as games, social media and other firmware apps. Which software would you suggest in the above list?

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  5. My system has 4gb ram I installed bluestrack app but system required .netframework 3.5 pls suggest me another app

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  6. hi fnd i am use bluestacks … this app 1st run then unforchuntly stoped … why this problem …. pc have 4gb ram i3 processer w8.1

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  7. Hello, I want a software that can help me to use moile and android apps and games…please suggest me with the best software bro

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  8. Hello. i have 4GB RAM Laptop and i wanna play games like Clash Of Clans, Clash Royale, PUBG Mobile, etc… I cant run BlueStacks and i wanna play that games and by the way i wanna use keyboard on FPS games so… Please tell me what emulator should i use.

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  9. The site is very very useful for getting started and if you want to create some kind of mobile app to run your games, the most useful thing I learned was that you had to start the app from scratch, and after a few weeks of having a bunch of things on screen that you didn’t understand what the app was supposed to do or how it would work and the documentation for doing things like adding and removing certain features etc. and you’ve got a bunch of other apps/game ideas around to make the experience feel more natural.

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