Easier to play using a mouse or keyboard; no more worrying about phone battery dying.
Other than Droid4X, the Android emulators in China only support Windows, not OS X.
The number of gamers in China using an Android emulator/simulator to play mobile games is forecast to reach at least 200 million in 2016.
It has partnered with over 100 game companies, which have made it possible for PC users to download games from their websites.
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November, entered partnership with NYSE-listed online games developer and operator Giant Interactive Group.
Secured 8-digit RMB Series A financing from Giant Innovation Capital, the venture capital arm of Giant Interactive Group.
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August, launched Droid4X for Mac. Haimawan is the first company in China to provide Android emulator/simulator for OS X.
Monthly active users reached 22 million in 1Q.
2015’s annual revenue increased 10 times versus 2014 (RMB 20 million).
July, received hundreds of millions RMB in Series B investment from the Zhejiang Daily Media Group, Giant Innovation Capital and CDF-Capital.
Has also launched the MESUIT case, which when fitted onto an iPhone allows the phone to also run Android; and an accompanying app that allows the iPhone to display it. Currently for sale only in China starting at RMB 999 for the iPhone 6/6S model.
Another product is the “Apple Assistant”, an iOS version of Droid4X.
2016 revenue is expected to grow 3–5 times versus 2015.
In total, Haimawan has nearly 700 million users. As of 1Q16, monthly active users reached 22 million, with millions paying for VIP accounts.
Besides its HQ in Beijing, it has offices in Qingdao, Shanghai and Tianjin. It employs about 400 staff, of which more than 60% are in product development.
Invest RMB 1 billion over the next three years to jointly develop with Tencent an Android-based cloud computing platform.
Develop a more advanced operating model, improve creative strategy and positioning.
Enter the video games segment.