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Run Android apps on Linux: Boot the emulator quickly


One of the great things about Android is the fact that anyone is free to develop applications for the platform. Google provide Android SDKs for Windows, Linux and MacOS, and part of the SDK is an emulator that lets you run the latest Android operating system from your PC desktop. The aim here is obvisouly to allow developers to test their applications without having to swap to an actual Android device, but it can also be used to run your favourite Android based applications alongside your traditional desktop apps.
 read more | mail this link | score:8820 | -mcasperson, June 28, 2011
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