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Online Android Emulator for Apps

Appcircle online Android Emulator allows you to upload APK files and run them on an Android device in the browser without the need for Android Studio or any downloads.

To use the Android Emulator, you need to have an APK file that is compatible with the x86 architecture.

To start, click the Emulator/Simulator button from the left menu and then click the "Upload an APK" button.

You will be presented with the option to upload a local file or enter a remote file URL.

To upload a local file, click on the "Browse" button to select a file or drag and drop an APK file to the upload field and click on the "Launch Emulator" button.

To deploy a remote file, enter the file URL and click on the "Launch Emulator" button. The URL must end with the APK extension.

Once the emulator is launched, select a form factor and an OS version from the dropdowns on the top and then press "Play" on the emulator screen.

Your app will then be deployed to the emulator. You can now use it just like an actual device. To end your session, just navigate away from the emulator screen. Your session will not be preserved.

If your app is not compatible with the x86 architecture or if it is one of the blacklisted apps for security purposes, you will receive an error and the app will not run.