In the constant search for good programs to simulate Android devices on PC, we stumbled upon MOMO Player, a mysterious software developed by “Shanghai Changzhi Network Technology” that changed the name to LDPlayer when distributing the tool in the West. But what differentiates it from consecrated alternatives such as Nox or Bluestacks? Surprisingly much more than we imagined, both in terms of performance and features that no other has.
The fame earned it to be the first PC Android emulator capable of running PUBG Mobile during the launch of the game, which has been repeated very occasionally with many other launches that first hand were not able to start with none of his contemporaries.
As a point in favor is that it does not have an intrusive interface like Bluestacks. Here there is no imposition at the software level beyond that Google Play Services comes pre-installed as standard along with a small marketplace of its own in the form of an independent app, although we can use any other store ( ahem! ) Or install the APK files by dragging them directly to the program. For facilities, it will not be.
At the level of configuration is the entire known range anyone who has trusted with these virtualization tools: from the CPU and RAM reserved for the simulation until the output resolution, in addition to unique features such as the ability to automatically expand the virtual disk used or Select a manually fixed size. It is very curious that in the section Game settings there are specific tweaks for PUBG Mobile to work perfectly. They know where fame came from.
But where it really surprises is in the performance of the system, with special mention to a concrete fact. As you know, in Uptodown we have a YouTube channel in which we upload gameplays of Android titles, most of them being recorded on PC through a program of these characteristics. Well, LDPlayer is the only one that ensures that the audio does not slow down when capturing video, as well as not reducing the framerate of capturing it.
Beyond this, the usual tandem is included: total customization of the control mapping for each game, creation of multiple instances (system of synchronization of operations between them), virtual GPS, integrated video capture, creation of macros, folder shared with the host operating system and installer of external APKs. All without baroque menus or unexpected operations. If you’re still looking for your header virtualization tool, maybe you’ll stay with LDPlayer.
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