You Can Now Run Android Apps on Your Wayland-Powered Linux Desktop

Running Android applications or even the Android mobile operating system on GNU/Linux computers starts to become a reality now that developers like Arne Exton released two distributions that let you run the latest Android 9.0 Pie on your PC, as well as Raspberry Pi devices. Collabora is known for their contributions to the Linux kernel, improving the Linux support for Chrome OS and Android, among lots of other cool things, but it looks like they’ve been working lately on a new side project called SPURV, which enabled running of Android apps on your Linux desktop.