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Old 01-03-2015, 11:53 AM   #1
MohdSohail
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How to install genymotion and run android apps (whatsapp) on Ubuntu 14.10/Linux Mint


Most of us use android smart phones all the time to connect to our friends and family and for fun. But what if we're on Desktop and we don't have android phone then how we can whatsapp, line and so many good apps. We can do. By installing genymotion we're ready to install any android apps that we need on any version of android (Jelly bean, Kitkat, lollipop etc.).

Here is video How to Install genymotion to run apps like whatsapp, wechat etc.

Installing genymotion also helps us to try out latest android version available. Before you buy that you can try the performance, looks and features.
 
  


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