- Built-In browser and App-Store(can download games from Google Play)
Doesn't this violate the agreement that Android devices must be "confirmed to be compatible" by Google in order to include Google Play?http://source.android.com/faqs.html#compatibility
Therefore, I question the legality of this program.
You should better ask the developers of this program.
Most emulators have this problem of 'legality'.
For example: Dolphin, Wii Emulator.
Except "most emulators" don't include the games, nor an interface that allows you to download them.
That's why they're legal and the ROMS aren't.
Afterall, Nintendo uses emulators for the Virtual Console services, and the PSP/PS3 uses emulators for the PS1 games, and both either owns the rights to the games they're distributing, and thus is legal, or they got permission to distribute the games there.
EDIT: For clarification, I meant when it comes to copyright. IE, if the ROM image's copyright owners are okay with it, then the ROM's legal. That's why homebrew for game consoles are legal as long as they're deliberatly releasing it for free.
What alarmed me is not the fact that it's possible to load Android applications to it, but the fact that they're using Google Play as a mean to gain Android applications.
I want proof that they're allowed to do that from Google.
EDIT2: This settled my skepticism towards the legality of this emulator: http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/04/05/bluestacks-beta-rooted-allows-installation-of-the-play-store/
In other words, now I'm okay with it.