Personally, I can't quite understand how Google doesn't release an official version of Android for computers. Yes, we can use its mobile operating system on PCs, but it is "ported" by other developers. That is the case of RaspAndFoot, the version for Raspberry Pi 3 that develops Arne Exton, who has launched a new version that comes with many interesting news, starting with including an alternative application store called Yalp Store.
What is Yalp Store? In the same way that Google does not support desktop versions of Android, it does not allow these versions to use its application store officially. Yalp Store is an application store that gets the apps from Google Play itself, something like we can do using third-party websites, but automated. Both Yalp and manual methods only allow downloading of free applications. This means that, for example, we can download apps like Facebook, Twitter, etc., without a Google account, but we cannot download a paid game from the Yalp Store without logging in.
RaspAnd Pie now available for Raspberry Pi 3 in B and B + models
The other more noteworthy change is that the Launcher Nova has been changed to Evie Launcher, which gives it a renewed image that continues to be familiar. As for the apps that are installed by default we have Aptoide, Google Chrome, ES File Explorer, AIDA64, Termux and the rotation control.
RaspAnd Foot 9 works on both Raspberry Pi 3 Model B and Raspberry Pi 3 Model B +. Its developer recommends using a quality SD card to make sure everything works properly.
I've tried Android on my laptop I think Google should release its own official version. I think this way because practically all the versions I have tried have given me the odd problem. I know they have Chrome OS, but I don't think they have a point of comparison. What do you think?