Opened 15 months ago

Last modified 5 months ago

#1008 new defect

How to Run Android Apps on Mac

Reported by: Michael G. Perez <facylu@…> Owned by: somebody
Priority: major Milestone:
Component: component1 Version:
Keywords: Android Apps Cc:


While Android apps are not natively supported in macOS, running Android apps on Mac is not a difficult task. Just downloading the apps won’t be enough. Before you can start running them on your Mac, you’ll need to choose and install an Android emulator. This is a piece of software that effectively simulates the Android operating system on your Mac, allowing you to run the apps. We show you hear how to choose and install an emulator to run Android apps on Mac.

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comment:1 by anonymous, 12 months ago

Running Android apps on macOS isn’t easy, but it can be done. If you have a Mac with an Intel processor and a 64-bit version of macOS installed, you have the most options open 1v1 lol to you. If you’ve got a Mac with an AMD processor, or only 32-bit macOS wordle 2 available, you may need to make some compromises to get Android apps running.

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