Bluestacks vs Nox vs Memu Comparison // Best Mobile App Emulator. This is a comparison video showcasing three mobile app emulators for PC, Bluestacks, Nox and Memu. We go through a bunch of features of each and decide which is best for us. We showed the interface as well as gameplay on Lineage 2: Revolution to show how well each works. In our opinion, we believe that Bluestacks is the best of the three with its positive quirks. Please be sure to check out the emulators below.
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First of all, there is a clear bias in this review towards Bluestacks, my opinion after using both Nox and Bluestacks daily for the past few months, is that Nox is for those looking for a true android-like experience but don't care for performance of have a slightly decent computer as Nox is more demanding than Bluestacks however Bluestacks is better for those just wanting to play android games on PC. I prefer Bluestacks due to its performance, but if performance were not an issue, then I would prefer Nox due to the user interface and the ability to setup virtual machines using Android 4, 5, and 7 and choose specific aspect ratios to play games at rather than being forced to use 16:9.
For some reason the only one that wants to work on my laptop is bluestacks. Menu kept crashing or the "Google play services has stopped" message would not stop popping up. Noxious, I barely downloaded and those menu bars wouldn't load, just white bars around the screen where those menus were supposed to be.
They are all a scam!! It worked BUT after a week it signed me out of my gmail account. I Typed in my password to sign back in, it said it was changed an hour ago. Even tho it’s a burner email & there’s nothing on it, imagine if someone else used their Real personal email. Getting your account back is easy with Googles security measures but the personal information that is risked is far too important. I’ve already reported this App to the FBI & CIA. Would think twice before using it
My main problem so far is the struggle to uninstall Facebook. I ended up uninstalling Nox over it and now I'm reinstalling Bluestacks. I liked Bluestacks well enough, but it did have a tendency to crash randomly on me. I've never tried Memu.
The random installing of "recommended" apps in Nox was really annoying too.
Bluestacks sucks. Memu ftw, easy to use, very smooth, and nice UI, haven't used Nox because memu worked. I was going to use it as a 2nd option if Memu showed me the middle finger like Bluestacks always did
Bluestacks is just a pile of bloatware. I would recommend Memu over nox and definitely BlueStacks. Is extremely easy to use to anyone with a grain of Common Sense and is phenomenal for people who want to stream the games they are playing. Also it is a very light download.
lies lies lies lies ... wtf is this ... blueStacks is wrost btween the 3 .. and these 2 guys only says lies. .. they didnt Even show u at the videos ..the settings of th3 emoulators. . nox .. memu much better than bluestacks... faster .. better fps inside games. . smoooother on loading xD
nox is faster on startup
always shtstacks number 3 on everything
obv sponser of shtstacks ... xD
These guys have an obvious bias towards BlueStacks, either they really like the emulator or they are being sponsored by BlueStacks itself. BlueStacks is the worst emulator of the bunch, who cares if it's the prettiest and easiest to use if it's really badly optimized? BlueStacks runs really freaking slow unless you have a powerfull machine, which is bullshit. Nox runs perfectly for me and my PC is really old. All in all, fuck BlueStacks.
"Comparasion"... and where at tho? Show me witch one is faster, witch one use the most resources, witch one runs better on low spec pc... Dude...u are talking shit about home botton and key binding... Btw, Nox and memu are the best one, especially for low spec pc, BS use to much and it make ur pc run slower after 2 hours, soo u kinda need to rr the pc every 2-3 hours P.S Sorry for my english, is not my natal language but I wanted say my opinion about this vid and the emulators
you can move the system buttons to the bottom of the screen on memu plus it has skillshot key binding which is great for moba games. Not sure if this is the only emulator with this feature but I know bluestacks doesnt have it.
Bluestacks... slow to load... sometimes won't load correctly, very bloated, lately, I've experienced total corruption after their update that I need to reinstall again(of course not). They're always reminding us to backup before their updates. Why should we? They should not integrate everything to the main core. User's data should be on separate files so any update won't corrupt everything in case of failure. I tried other emulator with smaller footprint and I found out that it is much better, simpler, faster and working flawlessly. Bluestacks used to be good but it's getting bloated and unstable. Sorry.
BLUESTACKS WARNING Too many creepy things going on with this app and I started researching through Microsoft Community and too many people claim it to be spyware and catching the same things I am seeing. It's quick but I have noticed it being open when I never opened it. It opens in the background when I browse even though I had not even used the app recently HIGHLY SUSPICIOUS TO ME . DON''T JUST TRUST ME GO TO A DIFFERENT MACHINE AND RESEARCH IT FOR YOURSELF. CISCO even had a vulnerability report posted regarding this app. I trust Microsoft and Cisco more than I trust these guys and I don't really trust them either.
memu is far more best between the 3 mentioned if you compare them for gaming purposes. especially games that use WASD when you key map. because in my experience, using WASD key map in Nox and BS is not that smooth and sometimes it get stuck. also memu has the best framerate even in highest settings.
Are you guys getting paid by Bluestacks to do this? I'm new to all the emulators and holyshit Bluestacks' interface looks like a cluster mess... And you guys sound like you don't even know anything. One guy just sit there clicking saying "yeah", and the other just read from a script.
I've been using bluestacks to play Dungeon Hunter Champions, a new game but its so weird because none of the P2W stuff is included, and I dont even have the options to spend money on it...idk if thats on purpose or can be change if you kno please let me know lol I was trying to buy a pack :) I also tried using the google account on my phone to login the game that way to buy the pack but the login wont ever go through(guessing thats part of what ever is going on). Thanks for the video though guys :)
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