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By Konnor Johnathan
Is there any method for using Android applications on a computer, because I found this tutorial but my laptop just has 1 GB of RAM and works very hard. I want to use WeChat on my PC because I like it very much.
Bluestacks is the best so far, but I don't think it will run on a PC with 1GB of RAM.
As for YouWave, you need a few bucks to use it, so it's not a free tool. But there is another tool that might work well on your PC, it's called Andy and it's the best free alternative to Bluestacks so far.
here is a link to Andy andyroid.net good luck bro.
You might wish to take a look at my list of emulators – the ones you will need are to be found at the end of the page. I personally use android-x86 in VirtualBox, which works fine – but you might have different demands. For just one app any of them might be a little "overkill" – and you might find it easier to install a VNC-Server on your Android device to access the app via that. Which would have the advantage of doing even more on your device remotely ;)
You need either Bluestacks or Youwave. I think Bluestacks can not be installed on your PC because of less RAM (minimum of 2gb recommended). So Youwave is your only option. It is easy to install and use.