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In this video, Lilo reviews the NOX Android Emulator!

Android games. There are a lot and not everyone has an Android phone. Not everyone has a smartphone. Not everyone wants to pay for games in the iTunes store that are free for Android. Lilo likes to play Android games on her computer. It opens up more gaming options for mobile games.

Nox is a free Android emulator. It allows you to play android games on your computer. It is available for Windows and Mac. This program is not available for Linux. This android emulator is highly rated–with a 3.8/4 on CNET and 4.6/5 by Androidguys.

Lilo shows you Nox and gives you first-hand opinions on the program. Nox has some issues with loading. Overall she thinks its a good free program. It is easy to use, not demanding, has lots of customization options, and looks just like an Android phone OS.

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33 thoughts on “The Lilo-log #68: NOX Android Emulator Review

  1. I still haven’t find the right Android Emulator. I tried BlueStacks before, but no luck. It’s not what I’m expecting, got a little bit disappointed. Then, here’s your review, proving that NOX is also not the one. I’m gonna check out other Android emulators.

  2. I don’t like to use NOX Android Emulator because it’s too slow and the interface is poorly built. I also got a hard time installing it. Definitely not worth the time.

  3. Era says:

    Thank you so much for the cool news Lilo! I didn’t knew anything about this! Finally gonna play the games that I have left behind a few years back.

  4. bobstravel77 says:

    Wow I did not know about this! Thanks so much Lilo for this article!

  5. Good lord thank you so much Lilo!!! I have been dying to find a way to play Granblue Fantasy after it discontinues for Chrome!

  6. edg4r32 says:

    Loading emulators should be easy when your PC/Mac comes built with a whole lotta RAM. That’s why gaming rigs are best for running game emulators like Nox. #twocents

  7. coyleon says:

    Emulators come in handy when you like to play two different accounts in the same game! Makes it easier to pass around resources, gifts, whatnot… thanks for the tip, the ever-beautiful Lilo! 😉

  8. Maraklein says:

    I must say this is a must try. I will try this Nox emulator and i will suggest this to my friends. I’m not that avid fan of games but I guess this is a must try.

  9. odimdavid says:

    This is a pretty good news. I will surely try out the Nox emulator. I don’t have an android phone and I hear that there are lots of great games on android. This is a relief indeed.

  10. nnaemeka2016 says:

    Too bad that Nox emulator is not available for Linux. I think they believe the Linux community are much into programming and not much into gaming. I don’t believe that. I was once a follower of Linux. I play a lot of games on it. Well, thanks for informing us of this emulator.

  11. Jide Idowu says:

    In my opinion, I think the andriod market is bigger than that of the IOS. That’s my thought anyway. I own 3 android devices and I love playing games on long trips. While I stay all day on my desk working though, I can make use of the NOX at launch times to enjoy my games without picking up the phone. This is great article. Thanks for the revelation.

  12. My favorite genre of gaming is adventure and mystery which involves solving something. I really love games like these. I had Bluestacks but I never used that to be honest but this Nox android emulator will definitely be helpful for people who doesn’t have a android phone and still be able to enjoy the android games and have fun. Thanks for sharing Lilo.

  13. The NOX Android emulator is something I MUST try out pronto. I love playing Android games and it is best to try it on my computer, especially high-end games. I sure hope it does not lag as I am quite an impatient person.

  14. moondebi says:

    Emulators are really great to create platforms even if someone does not possess a particular device. There are many games which are android friendly. Nox emulator will help people play such games even if they do not have an android phone.

  15. edgar says:

    I have to admit that i’m amazed on the user interface of the app, i’ve been using and trying different emulator to my old laptop. And this one runs smoother, i will keep it for quite longer time, to share the good and bad experience

  16. adrianfaul7 says:

    Which one works better? Nox or Bluestacks? I want to play Android games on my PC but I want to install the best emulator.

  17. roddyw says:

    Will defo give this a try… I hope it doesn’t eat up too much RAM so my PC won’t lag that much! Thanks for the tip, Lilo

  18. Angelo says:

    Thanks for the review! I really want to have a good android emulator for PC, so I can play Android games on my computer. I will give this a try.

  19. alexsummers123 says:

    If it can add to the capabilities to the android then by all means download it. I find it interesting because it enhances mobile phones will have PC capacity.

  20. I can’t believe that NOX Emulator is a highly-rated app. I don’t know with others, but this app is extremely laggy and I’m certain that my computer is not the problem.

  21. numberpardox says:

    I’ve tried NOX Emulator before, but it failed incredibly bad. After a few minutes, I uninstalled it right away. It makes my laptop, slow as a turtle. The graphics is a disaster as well.

  22. gayanag says:

    An emulator for Android platform? That’s quite interesting. But, what is the benefit of this software? You can play the games using mobile phone itself. Is it like a games play store? How does it work?

  23. titanierza says:

    I downloaded this before to activate an application. I however, uninstalled it later because I do not know how to use it LOL.

  24. Vannie says:

    I’m thinking if it’s possible that the networking stack of this so called emulator can smell our network? But I believe it’s unlikely as there’s some sort of encryption working here.

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