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Timehop for PC

Timehop for PC

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About Timehop For PC

Timehop, an Android app created by Timehop and published on Mar 26, 2014 at Google Play Store for Android users. Timehop is so popular that it has gained 5M installs so far and growing. DesktopTwo hosts the latest version, v4.6.4. It has 15.4 MB of file size.

You can play Timehop on a PC. However, first you need to install emulator software on your Windows or MAC. This can be downloaded for free. Before installing the emulator you should review the recommended and minimum system requirements. These requirements may vary depending on the version of emulator you use. We recommend that the emulator be downloaded in its latest version. You will find below three Android emulators free of charge that we selected based upon their popularity.

How to Install Timehop for PC

BlueStacks

Minimum
  • OS: Microsoft Windows 7 and above.
  • Processor: Intel or AMD Processor.
  • RAM: Your PC must have at least 4GB of RAM. (Note that having 4GB or more disk space is not a substitute for RAM)
  • Storage: 5GB Free Disk Space.
  • You must be an Administrator on your PC.
Recommended:
  • OS: Microsoft Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel or AMD Multi-Core Processor with Single Thread benchmark score > 1000.
  • Graphics: Intel/Nvidia/ATI, Onboard or Discrete controller with benchmark score >= 750.
  • Please ensure Virtualization is enabled on your PC/Laptop.
  • RAM: 8GB or higher
  • Storage: SSD (or Fusion/Hybrid Drives)
  • Internet: Broadband connection to access games, accounts and related content.

Up to date graphics drivers from Microsoft or the chipset vendor.

  • To start with, download Bluestacks from its official website. BluesStacks Version 5 is now available. It weighs in at around 400 MB.
  • Once the download has been completed, click on Bluestacks to install it. Follow the onscreen instructions and install it according to your specifications.
  • The next step is to launch the emulator using the desktop shortcut and sign in using your Google account.
  • Now, head over to Bluestacks home screen and click on the Google Play Store icon.
  • Google Play has a search bar that allows you to search for Timehop.
  • You can download Timehop directly from the Play Store. Click the Install option to complete the downloading.

NoxPlayer

Minimum
  • Operating System: Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, and DirectX 9.0c
  • Processor: At least dual-core processor, both Intel, and AMD are OK
  • Video: Supports Open GL 2.0 or above
  • Memory: 1.5 GB RAM
Recommended
  • Operating System: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
  • Processor: Multiple core processors which support VT-x or AMB-V Virtualization Technology, better performance with this function enabled
  • Video: The higher performance, the better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM

Storage: 1 GB available under installation path, 1.5GB available hard drive space

Internet: Broadband Internet connection

  • Download NoxPlayer from the official website. The latest version of NoxPlayer is v 3, and it is around 600 MB.
  • Now download and install the setup file. Follow the screen instructions to install NoxPlayer.
  • Start the Nox Android emulator after the installation is complete. Log in to your Google account whenever it asks.
  • Click on the Google Play Store icon and head over to the search bar to search Timehop. Once you have found Timehop, click the Install button.
  • If you do not find Timehop on Google Play Store or if you want to skip logging in to Google, you can sideload APK(download the .APK file from this page and open it with NoxPlayer).
  • Launch Timehop from home-screen and start playing it on PC right away

MEmu

Minimum
  • 2 cores x86/x86_64 Processor (Intel or AMD CPU)
  • WinXP SP3 / Win7 / Win8 / Win10 (Not recommended to run on Server/Enterprise)
  • Latest Windows DirectX 11 / Graphics driver with OpenGL 2.0
  • Hardware Virtualization Technology (Intel VT-x/AMD-V) shall be enabled in BIOS
  • 2GB of RAM (4GB for x64 system)
  • 5GB of hard disk free space
Recommended
  • OS: Microsoft Windows 10 with VT Enabled
  • CPU: Single Thread PassMark score > 1500 (Intel/AMD Multi-Core).
  • Graphics: Intel/Nvidia/ATI, Onboard or Discrete controller with PassMark score > 750.
  • Latest Windows DirectX 11 / Graphics driver with OpenGL 4.5 or higher
  • RAM: 8GB or higher
  • HDD: SSD, 10GB of hard disk free space
  • Internet: Broadband connection with low latency for FPS games
  • Download MEmu Play from the official website. NoxPlayer v7.5 is the most recent version.
  • Once the download is complete, you can install the MEmu emulator onto your computer. Follow the onscreen instructions, and then click the Next button until you get to the final step.
  • Now, using the desktop shortcut, look for the MEmu Play emulator and launch it. Once the launch is complete, it will ask to log in with Google.
  • MEmu Play will ask you to log in using your Google account. Logging in will allow you to sync your Google account with MEmu Play. Launch the Google Play Store by clicking on the icon and search for Timehop.
  • After you've found Timehop among the search results, click the Install button. You can also sideload APK(download the .APK file from this page and open it with MEmu) if you want to skip the above step.
  • After installing Timehop, the app is ready for use on your PC.
Regardless of which Android emulator you choose, the steps to install, configure, and running the Timehop app on PC are the same.
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Frequently Asked Questions:

Is Timehop available for PC?

No, but you can still download Timehop for PC.

Can I download Timehop?

Yes, you can either download the APK or from Google Play Store inside an emulator.

How do I install Timehop on Windows 10?

You can follow the install steps of any of the three emulators listed above.

How can I download Timehop on PC without Emulator like BlueStacks?

No, you cannot download Timehop on PC without Emulator unless available in the Microsoft Windows store.