Bliss OS for Windows

  • Free
  • In English
  • V 11
  • 3.6
  • (18)
  • Security Status

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Free Android OS for your PC

Bliss OS is an open-source operating system for PC that lets you enjoy the benefits of Android features. Developed by Bliss Family of ROMs or Team Bliss, this free operating system is based on the Android OS and can be used by Windows and Linux computers, Chromebooks, and even tablets. Bliss OS offers various customization options and security features and is pretty much a tool that just lets you run the Android operating system on computers.

Full of features for free

There are lots of open-source projects that let you run them on a wide variety of devices. It’s hard to fiddle around with OS that has restricted access placed on them, so if you want to configure your operating system, you might need to break some barriers a bit. There’s no need for this when it comes to open-source OS, however. It’s a community’s pitched effort in making things better. 

You get the freedom to customize on your own. Bliss OS is exactly this—but unlike similar projects, Bliss OS also acts as an Android emulator for your PC. If you like the features that Android has, especially those of Android Pie and above, then you can try out Bliss OS on your device.

Your choice

First off, you’ll find that Bliss OS has a more streamlined and easy design. You get to have tons of customization options for themes on your OS, so if you’re the type to like playing with details, Bliss OS can provide for you. Not only that, but you can choose between the Desktop UI or the Tablet UI based on the launcher you’re using, and you can even mix them together. 

Bliss OS isn’t just about looking good, however, as it also emphasizes speed and stability. You can use Bliss OS as a daily driver and syncing OS to support your most demanding apps when it comes to CPU performance. In conjunction with that, Bliss OS is also designed to be battery-friendly

It’s also been equipped with added security measures. If you have different devices you’d like Bliss OS to run on, it’s highly compatible with different platforms. Bliss OS is optimized for x86, so you can be sure that it will run great on most modern devices.

Great design

Bliss OS is great for those looking for flexible open-source projects that have lots of support even during development. It’s even greater for those who want to experience mobile on their PC. Plus, you can use Bliss OS to test out new Android versions first before installing it on your phone. Much of the problems that plague Bliss OS, however, is the strange incompatibility it has with most mobile apps and its tricky installation process. Nevertheless, it’s open-source and bound to have in-depth tutorials online.


  • Compatible to most computer devices
  • Highly customizable
  • Can switch between Desktop and Tablet UI
  • Battery-friendly


  • Most mobile apps from Play Store don’t work properly
  • Tricky to install

Bliss OS for PC

  • Free
  • In English
  • V 11
  • 3.6
  • (18)
  • Security Status

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