You Can Now Run Android 8.1 on Your PC with Apps from Google Play Store
Previous releases of AndEX Oreo 8.1, which lets you install Google's latest Android 8.1 Oreo mobile operating system on your personal computer, didn't actually let users install Android apps from Google Play Store, but using a third-party package manager called Aptoide App Manager.
Developer Arne Exton has recently informed us about the availability of a new AndEX Oreo 8.1, build 180202, which apparently makes the Google Play store works as intended, allowing users to install their favorite Android apps without relying on a third-party application management tool.
In addition, the latest AndEX Oreo 8.1 release comes with not one but three window launchers pre-installed. These are the Windows 10 Launcher, Microsoft Launcher, and OO Launcher, an enhanced Android Oreo style launcher that offers numerous useful features and enhancements over other launchers.
Besides installing AndEX Oreo 8.1 on your PC, you can also run it on VirtualBox or VMware virtual machines in live mode, and, of course, you can install most Android apps and games from the Google Play Store. More details on the new release are available on developer's blog from where you can also buy it for only $9 USD.
|You Can Now Run Android 8.1 on Your PC with Apps from Google Play Store
AndEX Oreo 8.1 (Android-x86_64) build 180202 is out now