‘SPURV’ project brings windowed Android apps to desktop Linux

Collabora is a software development and consulting company based in the United Kingdom. In a blog post, the company described its new “experimental containerized Android environment,” which allows Android apps to run in floating windows alongside native applications on desktop Linux.

You can read all the technical details at the source link below, but put simply, ‘SPURV’ creates a virtual Android device on your Linux computer, much like Bluestacks and other similar tools.

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‘SPURV’ project brings windowed Android apps to desktop Linux was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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