LDPlayer Tips & Tricks: the best Android emulation tricks and help

Mobile platforms are both the present and the future. And game developers are well aware of this situation and for quite some time having being focusing all their efforts on the creation of mobile titles, especially on Android, the market leader. Many of these games are exclusively developed for mobile operating systems and if we want to play them from the comfort of our PC, using a mouse and keyboard, we have to resort to an Android emulator.

The most relevant software in this field is definitely BlueStacks but that doesn’t mean that it’s the only possibility. To the latter we also have to add names of the likes of Andy, Nox, and now this LDPlayer which is basically aimed at the gaming world and not so much at general apps as is the case of the previous examples. In fact, this program has been created with the intention to emulate titles of the likes of PUBG Mobile, Garena Free Fire, Mobile Legends or GrandChase on a Windows PC.

But how? Well, that’s why we’re here with this tutorial with the best tips and tricks to learn how to use LDPlayer and take all your favorite mobile games to your computer screen. Along these lines, we’ll try to teach you everything you need to be able to know to turn your laptop or desktop PC into a device capable of running all those games smoothly and without any kind of inconvenience.

For such purpose, in the first place, we’ll teach you how to install APKs directly on LDPlayer, APKs that on the other hand you can download immediately from Malavida by clicking on the corresponding button on our web, although we’ll also show you how to get hold of those games from Google Play or the emulator’s internal store.

Once you’ve installed the game of your choice, we’ll explain how to play with the peripherals installed on your computer, providing you with the indications necessary to map your keyboard in order to have the controls of each game perfectly identified and accessible according to your needs. We’ll also teach you how to configure the program to show you its contents in horizontal/landscape or vertical/portrait format which you may find useful depending on the app or game you’re running at each moment.

We’ll also carry out a comparison of LDPlayer regarding its greatest rival, BlueStacks, offering you all the pros and cons of choosing one option over the other according to your needs and will give you enough reasons to choose one instead of the other: supported Android versions, compatibility with other applications, languages available, update regularity, etc.

For the time being, it’s a rather brief guide of tricks and tips that focuses on the options that we believe the user will be interested in the most although we’re working on its expansion to incorporate new help. For such reason, if you can’t find an answer to your doubts about this program or you need assistance to solve any problem that may arise whilst using LDPlayer, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us on our social network profiles where we’ll answer you as soon as possible.

What is LDPlayer and what’s it for

LDPlayer is an Android emulator for Windows computers meant for gaming. You can run any Android app, but it is specifically designed with gamers in mind, since so many of them want to enjoy bigger screens, keyboard and mouse when they’re playing a match. There are a few Android emulators for Windows, which behave exactly the same as a phone would but on a PC. That includes compatibility with APK files, which you can install and use without any problem.

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How to use LDPlayer and how it works

You don’t really need much prior knowledge to use LDPlayer. You just need to be familiar with the Android environment: it works exactly the same. If you need some tips, here are the basics:

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How to install and uninstall LDPlayer

The steps you need to follow to install this Android emulator on a Windows computer are as follows:

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How to update LDPlayer

There are several ways to update LDPlayer and make sure you have the latest version installed, as we explain:

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Comparison LDPlayer vs BlueStacks: pros and cons

LDPlayer and BlueStacks are quite similar just like the rest of Android emulators in the sense that they both work as a virtual machine of this mobile operating system. Furthermore, they both offer us the possibility to download apps straight from the program or load APK files by simply dragging them to the main interface.

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How to configure keyboard mapping in LDPlayer

Setting up or mapping the keyboard in LDPlayer can be carried out as follows:

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How to play PUBG Mobile on your PC with LDPlayer

Using LDPlayer is a great way of managing to play PUBG Mobile and other Android games on your computer screen, with the inherent comfort of playing on a PC. To do so, you only have to follow these steps:

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How to install APKs on your PC with LDPlayer

Installing an APK on LDPlayer is really easy. Just follow these steps to get there:

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How to switch from portrait mode to landscape mode in LDPlayer

To change the landscape view to a portrait view, or in other words, from a horizontal view to a vertical view, you only have to follow these steps:

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February 14, 2019