Console OS, fork of Android for x86 computers, get funding target on Kickstarter

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Console OS for PC

One of the aspects that have to solve those trying to bring the Android mobile operating system desktops is the fact that these teams usually do not support touch interaction.One such project is Console OS ( consoleos.com ) a fork of Android OS designed for desktop, conducted by Mobile Media Ventures, Inc., a company that has seen its funding goal overcome through a campaign led out through the platform of crowdfunding Kickstarter, also having something that is still less than a month of campaigning.

Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. will continue to carry out this project, the release of version 1.0 has scheduled for release in December of this year. Users to install Console OS on their computers can exploit the potential thereof, among other things, to run games quickly and with high-quality graphics. In this sense, the company’s walk working on the ability to import purchases of Google Play through a connector application, as indicated from Android Police, and that will not be able to have the certification that allows the natural use of Google Play. The way in which the application will work is not yet clear, but will also provide support for purchases via Amazon Appstore and Android gaming improved through its official store.

Console OS download for pc will be free, but there will be a Pro version, which cost $ 20 annual subscription, you’ll have additional features, one of which InstaSwitch, which allow users to switch between Android and Windows without rebooting their computers, in addition to native support for DVR. In this way, users can get a lifetime subscription to the Pro version of Console OS through the Kickstarter campaign itself, plus helpful hardware support plus other extras depending on the levels of rewards that choose.

Console OS will bring support to run on PCs, tablets, and hybrids x86, so if you have a compatible device, be possible to have a dual boot with Windows and Console OS.

Console OS ISO on its official website, not an emulator, but rather an actual Android use on a PC.

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