Both Windows and Android platforms are extremely rich in applications and games, and their massive availability to the user, as well as the uniqueness of the platforms, have contributed to significant forms of exclusivity. That's why certain applications and games are made for a particular platform, with mechanics that take into account the advantages of the platform. But if, for some reason, you want to launch an Android application or game in the Windows environment, you need the use of so-called emulators.
Koplayer is an emulator that allows you to launch mobile games and applications on Windows. Such apps can either be available on Google Play or downloaded to the APK (Android Application Package) format from certain sites.
Koplayer supports advanced features like OpenGL and hardware acceleration. In parallel, it offers support for multiple accounts, supports video capture, and the use of gamepads and keyboards.
The latest, second version upgrades the Marshmallow system (version 6) and fixes some problems that arise as a result of compatibility.