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How run applications on PC?

Feb 9, 2020 9:09PM PST

HI! I want to run mobile application on my PC or laptop. I download many Game application like subway, Minecraft and many other like this. Now i have a problem to run them on PC. Please suggest me any software or platform to run every mobile app on PC??

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Most of us
Feb 9, 2020 9:28PM PST

Will run the PC version of Minecraft on a PC. Why would I want the mobile version?

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Re: mobile app on PC
Feb 10, 2020 12:44AM PST

The common way to run Android apps on a PC is to install an Android emulator like Bluestacks.

If your Android app needs GPS and your laptop doesn't have that, you won't be able to run, say, Google Maps to help you navigate when driving in your car. And without a touch screen operations like using two fingers to make a picture smaller or bigger might be a problem also.
So "every app" seems impossible. Let's go for "some apps".

You'll need another emulator to run iOS apps.

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Now remember applications are
Feb 12, 2020 10:24AM PST

made to run on a specific processor and OS. That means Android apps down run in native Windows and iOS app also don't run in WIndows. Windows mobile has basically stopped so not many iOS or Android mobile device app are written for WIndows.

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You might want to bend over backwards a little
Mar 4, 2020 10:54PM PST

Turns out, that this is possible (to a degree), if you manage to pick choice programs for your PC. The most common thing you can do is install an android viewer on your PC.
~Engineer.AI

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Configuration issue
Mar 24, 2020 7:52AM PDT

It seems like configuration issues.

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