This App Lets You Run Android 5.0 Lollipop On Windows 10
There is a software which can be used to run Android apps on Windows 10, thanks to American Megatrends.
The company has previously released AMIDuOS, which allowed users to run Android 4.4 KitKat on Windows platform.
Now with the latest update, AMIDuOS is compatible with Android 5.0 Lollipop as well.
American Megatrends has introduced several new features in the beta version of AMIDuOS. Among the new features are compatibility for the Android ART runtime, native 64-bit app support, better A/V synchronization, new APIs for Bluetooth LE and NFC, higher-performance graphics output and other.
Android 5.0.1 runs semi-natively by accessing native PC hardware and drivers, running in a virtual machine. In this way Google’s OS can be used to access touchscreen, sensors, GPS, the camera and more.
For the purpose of integration between two OS, directories are registered on shared clipboard. This form of integration is quite suitable for saving and opening the files on either of them.
AMIDUoS is useful in many ways. The only apparent cons is its probable requirement for more than general resources from the host computer.
AMIDuOS is not the only player in the race of amalgamating Android and Windows app. It competes BlueStacks (which is free), Google’s own ARC Welder Youwave, Genymotion and AndY.
American Megatrends have priced their application at $10 (about £6, AU$13), along with lifetime updates. Those who don’t want to spend money directly can avail the app for free 30 days trial period.
Abubaker Zahoor writes on diverse topics with special interest in innovations, tech-ethics, and inter-and intra- organizational business relationships.