Andy started out the same way downloading installing the applications was easy I did have a problem actually getting it to run but it was fixed thanks to Andy customer support.Andy does get some points back for having a good support staff they use Facebook as their support page and their people are generally pretty knowledgeable setting things up in BlueStacks simply doesn’t require any effort and it really is just that easy well.
the main reasons people Want Android on their computers is for gaming fortunately both these emulators support gameplay on Android in BlueStacks it appears as though the main focus is for gaming they don’t really recommend any normal applications and I assume the recommended games are ones that have been tested and worked well with BlueStacks. I tried some games and apps that not listd in the recommended gams and apps. However, they tend to run a little more awkward than the recommended ones Andy focuses on an overall experience so there aren’t as many features there for gamers.
Andy does play games and in some cases like clash of clans actually plays the game better than BlueStacks in terms of stability this is especially true for network-based games. Which seem to load a lot faster on Andy. Andy does have a remote option where you can use your device as a controller for better gaming support. if you so choose BlueStacks it does allow game controller support as well but it requires a wired controller .thanks to the fact that it Andy runs a newer version of Android the remote support and just general performance I think Andy is Better than Blustacks for Gamplay.
Some people wish to use Android on their computers for productivity reasons here BlueStacks does not feel completely but it does come close. It doesn’t seem to like to run regular Android applications as well as it does games and that’s really a disappointment. as you can see here there is excruciating about lag when simply typing things in Google Drive it doesn’t recommend any productivity app so you have to go out of your way to even find them really BlueStacks want to be a gaming emulator and this is an area where it shows that said there are a few productivity have to do work well. if you need for something very light like some word processing it could still work for that .Andy can run things like hang out as well as third-party launchers it can deliver real notifications and even use widgets it is worth mentioning the BlueStacks does run an older version of Android well Andy runs on a newer version that means in terms of things like app compatibility Andy will probably have more applications are usable than BlueStacks .