Most of the apps that pass 50 million downloads on the Play Store are ones from major companies, but not this time. The newest app to join the 50 million club is PPSSPP, the popular open-source emulator for the Sony PlayStation Portable.

PPSSPP has been in active development for a few years, created by Henrik Rydgård (one of the co-founders of the GameCube/Wii emulator Dolphin). Like all console emulators, it took a while to get commercial games running, but compatibility is pretty good these days. Not only can PPSSPP play games at a higher resolution than the PSP's original 480x272 screen, but it also supports advanced features like texture scaling and anisotropic filtering.

You can download PPSSPP from the widget below. If you want to support the developers, you can buy PPSSPP Gold on the Play Store for $4.49. You can also download the emulator for more platforms here.

PPSSPP - PSP emulator
PPSSPP - PSP emulator
Developer: Henrik Rydgård
Price: Free