Are you looking to emulate an iPhone or Android device on your Windows, Mac, or Linux machines? Emulating a smartphone on a computer has now become a reality. Up to this point, the Android operating system has become the easiest and most readily available mobile OS to emulator on a computer. We have programs that not only let you run Android apps, but they also give you the full Android interface experience.
Apple’s operating system, iOS, on the other hand is much harder to crack, but there are still a few programs out that will let you simulate several features of their operating system. Find an emulator that sparks your interest below and then click on the link at the bottom of each emulator to visit our corresponding page that contains more info, screenshots, and downloads.
BlueStacks works on Windows and Macs. It emulates Android apps, but not the Android operating system itself. This program is wonderful if you want to play a quick game of Angry Birds or Temple Run on your full-blown computer. Visit our Android App Emulator page for more details and download links.
YouWave not only emulates apps on your computer, but it also gives you a full-blown Android operating system visual interface. This program is full of features and works great on the Windows operating system. Visit our Android App Emulator page for more on this awesome program.
iPadian may not emulate a cell phone, but it does do a pretty good job of simulating the iPad user interface as well as a limited number of apps. iPadian is availble to download for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Take a look at our iPhone Application Emulator page for more.
iEmu is a work-in-progress project that hopes to one day be able to fully emulate iOS. As soon as it is finished and becomes available, you’ll be able to find it over at our iPhone Application Emulator page.