many years, both BlueStacks and Nox App Player have dominated the arena of
Android emulators for their efficiency in allowing users to enjoy apps and
games on the comforts of their computers.
convenience of having a bigger screen is one of the biggest reasons millions of
users have patronized these Android emulators.
with the popularity of both Nox App Player and BlueStacks also comes the
question of whether these emulators will also cater to the iOS platform soon.
both emulators still cater only to Android, which means that while they can be
used on both Mac and Windows, they still only support the Android interface. Let’s
get to know these two apps a little better:
Nox App Player
as the perfect Android Emulator, Nox App Player is the choice for users who are
looking for a great gaming experience on their computers. Its well-designed
user interface makes it very easy to navigate that it also has a native browser
for easy access of the Google Play Store, Settings, Camera and People.
App Player is especially designed for Mac with the Android interface where it
allows a user to access the Google Play Store and download any apps just like
in any Android mobile device. This emulator can be installed from an external
source and is only compatible with the Mac operating system.
2009, BlueStacks has dominated the world of Android emulators for its
functionalities that not a lot of its competitors also have. For starters, it
has the App Player, the downloadable software for both Windows and macOS where
users can run more than 1.5 million Android apps and has mouse, keyboard and
external touchpad controls.
the years, the company also released BlueStacks for Mac, BlueStacks 2,
BlueStacks TV (BTV), BlueStacks 3, BlueStacks 4 and BlueStacks 4 64-Bit Beta. BlueStacks
is also available in 48 languages, which is why it’s not surprising that it has
been downloaded 210 million times as of November 2019.
terms of versatility, BlueStacks is a step ahead because it caters to both
Windows and macOS as compared to Nox App Player, which is basically just
designed for Mac.
both these emulators still only run the Android system, the continuous demand
for an iOS version will surely put more pressure to its creators to finally
make it functional for the Apple platform soon.