Andy is an Android OS emulator for PC and Mac devices. The program allows you to install and run on a personal computer programs and applications written for the Android operating system, as well as to remotely access the computer through a synchronized Android-device.
Unlike analogues, whose main function is to run on a PC Android-applications, Andy creates a full-fledged Android environment based on Windows and Mac and can synchronize the PC with any Android-device. Running the emulator turns the PC screen into an Android home screen. By pressing the desired keys at the bottom of the Andy window, the user can change the orientation of the screen from portrait to landscape, as well as set the full-screen or window mode of its operation.
Installation of the program takes only a few minutes, after which the PC screen will show the greeting of Android, which is seen by any user of the phone and tablet when you start your device. After that you need to login to your Google account (or start it) and finish setting up the system (no different from the sequence of setting up the tablet).
Use 1Click Sync to synchronize your PC with your mobile Android devices. It will only work if all the registration data of the Google account is entered into the program. By installing Andy on a tablet or smartphone, the user can remotely control the emulator directly from the device, for example, using features such as a touch screen or accelerometer.
- OS Android emulator for PC;
- can be installed on Mac OS X;
- Synchronization with mobile devices;
- the ability to run android applications on a PC;
- the ability to download applications from the internet directly to Andy;
- installation of applications via the context menu of the file;
- Data exchange with a PC;
- pre-installed by Google Play Market;
- a pre-installed player;
- a customized Virtual Box image;
- supports ARM.