Have you ever wanted to run Android apps on your PC rather than having to rely on a smartphone or tablet? No? Well a port of Google’s mobile operating system known as Console OS has been created nonetheless. The OS is based on Android 4.4 and has been optimized to run on computers powered by Intel Core or Atom processors.
Ever wished that you had the ability to enjoy Android apps while you are using a PC instead of an Android-powered smartphone or tablet? Well, it does not take too much effort in order to enjoy just that, where one can always install Android-x86, which is a port of Google’s mobile operating system for computers that run on Intel or AMD processors, or perhaps take their chances with an Android emulator including the likes of Bluestacks or Genymotion. Right now, Console OS opens up another option, being an operating system that is based on Android 4.4 KitKat, although its “secret ingredients” would be having been optimized to run on computers that are powered by more recent Intel Core or Atom processors.