This is a project to port Android open source project to x86 platform, formerly known as "patch hosting for Android x86 support". The original plan is to host different patches for Android x86 support from open source community.
Android-x86 vs BlueStacks opinions
Android-x86 isn't an Android emulator. It is an port of Android for x86 unlike BlueStacks.
It's a standalone operating system, not an emulator
It works in a virtual machine, but its very slow because its not hardware accelerated.
Not an Android emulator, but a port of Android for x86 or x86_64 systems as an OS.
It is not an android emulator.
Android X86 isnt an emulator, its an operating system.
Android-x86 is not emulated. It requires setting up virtual OS [or wiping device] and installing Android-x86 it as the base OS.
Genymotion is an Android emulator for building and testing great Android apps. It’s fast, simple and powerful.
Genymotion vs BlueStacks opinions
It actually works on Linux
both are android emulater
It has a complicated yet similar design like bluestacks but has lesser abilities in managing apps compared to bluestacks
Impossible to launch Play Store Games (ARM Design can do it, not x86)
It gives a nice experience to the users
Stream iOS Simulators & Android Emulators in the Browser.
Appetize.io vs BlueStacks opinions
Anbox puts Android into a container and every Android application will be integrated with your operating system. Any Android version is suitable for this approach and try to keep up with the latest version from the Android Open Source Project.
Anbox vs BlueStacks opinions
only one thet is an actuall free emulator (android-x86 isnt even an emulator).
crashes immidietely in moksha linux
Only available using Snap
Waydroid uses Linux namespaces (user, pid, uts, net, mount, ipc) to run a full Android system in a container and provide Android applications on any GNU/Linux-based platform.