AndEX OS is a LiveCD that allows you to boot Android 5.1 Lollipop on your PC. Arne Exto, a developer who has already worked on the development of GNU / Linux distributions and other projects derived from Android-x86. Now he announces the departure of this project that has a lot to do with his previous work.
AndEX OS is a commercial project based on the foundations of Android for x86 platforms. This will make it easy to run it on a desktop PC or on our laptop like any other LiveCD from other distros, as long as your hardware is supported. This is nothing extremely revolutionary, since we have already seen Android installed on x86 computers and laptops before ... But it is practical if you want to use Google's system on any computer without installation (without depending on virtual machines).
AndEX OS comes with the GAPPS package (Google Apps) pre-installed, with various Google apps, such as the Google Play Store to download more apps, games, books, etc., Google Maps, YouTube, Google Play Services, etc. Pre-installed applications such as Facebook, Office Suite 8 and all for a cost of € 8 have also been included. It also has a Linux 4.0.8-exton-android-x86 kernel and has been tested on numerous computers with different hardware (HP, Lenovo, Acer, ASUS, Dell, Fujitsu, Panasonic, Samsung, Thinkpad, Toshiba, etc).
AndEX OS is a system with a rolling-release continuous update method, like many distros. That is why you do not need to buy a new version every time new developments appear in the development, but you pay once and your system is continuously updated. For those interested, they can see more details in this link.