The Google Play Store, which was previously known as the Android Marketplace, is the biggest app marketplace in the world right now. It naturally needs no introduction as millions of apps are present in this Web Store made by millions of developers who are all vying for a place in this Google Play Store to make a name for themselves. Google PlayStore has now become the default Android marketplace from where every handset and every operating system gets the apps it requires as well as the updates to those apps. The app store contains all kinds of apps from books to games, from music to movies; it contains everything under the sun. The massive amount of digital content that the Google Play Store provides makes it the unrivaled king in the Android app world. So people might want to get it on their PC systems, it can be assumed.
Now we all know that Android phones come with the Google Play Store App pre-installed in them, but what if a user wants it on his computer for a more immersive experience? Well, not surprisingly, it is another option that can be considered because the Google Play Store can be installed on a PC but it has to done via an indirect way.
Provided below are the steps that will enable a user to get Google Play Store on his/her PC:
- The first step of this whole process requires the user to fire up his computer. Once that is done, the Internet has to be connected, and the user has to open his browser and search for an Android emulator. Currently, the two best Android emulators that are available in the market include the BlueStacks Android Emulator and the Andy Android Emulator. The user can choose between any one of these great emulators.
- As soon as the Android Emulator is downloaded, the user has to install the file and then run the Android Emulator. Now there are two ways by which the Google Play Store can be installed on the user’s PC. The first one includes searching for the Google Play Store on the marketplace of the Android Emulator itself. As soon as the search returns the exact app, the user has to install it and then the Google Play Store app is installed on the user’s computer.
- The second way that the process can be achieved is by downloading the Google Play Store apk file from the Internet. Once the file download is complete, it can be Run using the Android Emulator and the Google Play Store will be automatically installed.
Yes, it might be a little difficult to understand, but getting Google Play Store on your PC via an Android emulator is just that easy. Getting an Android emulator installed on your system also has several other beneficial effects, the most important of which is that apart from the Google Play Store you can also get other Android apps to run on your computer system. You also get to have a great immersive experience of the Android app that you use on your smartphone on a larger screen like the one that belongs to your computer. You will also get to play those games and run those applications that are a bit problematic on your phone due to the capacity of the phone, which is a bit inferior to that of a computer. So, there will be no lag in games or other software that is too big and complex for your phone to run. You can either use the Android Emulator isolatedly or, if you want to, you can also sync it with your smartphone. As soon as you sync the Android Emulator with your smartphone, you will get all the apps that are already on your smartphone on your PC without having to install them separately.
So, that is how you get a Google Play Store and on top of that all the other Android apps to run on your PC. It is a very straightforward and easy process, but it has many beneficial effects, ones that you will discover gradually, as you start using the Android emulator on the system.
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