Someone knows how can I use android apps in my pc using software from the Ubuntu archive ?


You can use shashlik or anbox to run Android apps natively on Linux. anbox is more preferable over shashlik. Also, you can use android-x86 in virtual box. GenyMotion and android emulator provided by Google for android development are also good choise.

for shashlik also see how to install and-run android apk on linux with shashlik

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Anbox is a great piece of software for standalone apps on you're Ubuntu system. It still has a few bugs in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, but is pretty good other than that! Check it out here.

CORRECTION: The bugs I mentioned are better described as errors. The devs haven't added support for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS yet.

More info here.

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  • Oh, right. I'll change that. – Edoggr11 May 14 '18 at 3:26

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