Android is built on top of a heavily customized Linux kernel. So running mobile apps on Linux makes sense using an Android emulator.

While this is not something new that you can do on your Linux machine it is a feature more in demand after Windows introduced the ability to run Android apps in 2021.

Not just limited to using apps some of the Android emulators can also come in handy for development and testing.

Hence I have compiled a list of the best emulators that you can use to test or run Android applicationsgames on Linux.

Anbox is a pretty popular emulator that lets Linux users run Android apps. Probably this is what Deepin Linux utilizes to make help run Android apps out of the box.

It isolates the Android operating system from the host using a container which also lets them make the latest Android version available to use.


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