We all know there are those out there that are looking for a way to play your Android games or run your apps on a bigger screen. There are a few options currently for running Android on your desktop using BlueStacks and YouWave (or Splashtop depending on how you want to do it) but now there is another choice, Andy.
Andy is a a great way to try out or use your Android apps and games on your desktop computer. Do you want to run WhatsApp or Viber on your desktop? No Problem. Do you want see what to see what Deus Ex: The Fall looks like on a larger screen? Let’s do it! Andy is more then an emulator it is a full Android UI with full Windows 7/8 and Mac OSX support.
Andy also lets you use your phone as a remote control when playing games that require accelerometer and since its running from your hard drive you don’t have to worry about if your running out of precious room on your phones hard drive. It also give you access to Google Play Store and you can sync information between desktop and mobile devices.
If you’re interested in checking out Andy or getting more information on the the developer you can find it at the link below. So go ahead and click it because the best part about Andy is that it’s free.
Developer Website: Andyroid