Sashlik 0.9.3 has been released, as the open source project continues to gain momentum. The purpose behind Sashlik is to allow users to run Android apps on Linux, and it aims to do this as seamlessly as possible, so that the whole process does not appear overly intimidating.
Essentially, Sashlik is an emulator – the way it enables apps to load is by running Android in the background, although the Linux distro that is being used will handle OpenGL and graphics rendering itself.
Those wanting to take a look at Sashlik in its current state can download a package from the project’s official website.
[via PC World]