Anbox Cloud Appliance

Anbox Cloud Appliance

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Install latest/stable of Anbox Cloud Appliance

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

Make sure snap support is enabled in your Desktop store.

Install using the command line

sudo snap install anbox-cloud-appliance --classic

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Scalable Android in the cloud

The Anbox Cloud Appliance is a small scale version of Canonical’s Anbox Cloud, intended for rapid prototyping of Android-in-the-Cloud solutions. It offers a development sandbox for corporate innovation labs and startups building disruptive mobile cloud computing ideas. Game streaming, cloud-based mobile application management, mobile device virtualization, cost-effective mobile app testing, and more exciting use cases are now accessible to you.

The Anbox Cloud Appliance puts an emphasis on your productivity. It provides a developer-friendly CLI and a simple web UI to manage and operate Android cloud apps at the scale of your lab. Upload your Android apps, configure and virtualise Android devices and stream graphical output in real time to any web or mobile client. Unleash your creativity to invent new mobile user experiences with Anbox Cloud Appliance.

You can find installation instructions at

IMPORTANT: In order to use the Anbox Cloud Appliance you need to have a valid Ubuntu Pro subscription. You can learn more about Ubuntu Pro at

Details for Anbox Cloud Appliance

  • Proprietary

Last updated
  • 14 February 2024 - latest/stable
  • 14 February 2024 - 1.22/edge



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