Bluestacks, run Android apps on windows!

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The developer bluestacks has created a system that lets users run android apps in Windows. The program is called bluestacks App Player and has now been released in alpha version.

The free version of the environment there are 10 preloaded applications, including news reader Pulse, and supports up to 26 more apps installed. The applications can be run in full screen mode and is said to have the same buoyancy as on an Android phone. Users will also be able to easily sync apps between phones and computers through something called blue stacks Cloud Connect.

When installing blue stacks App Player you can bring up a list of the apps that are available and when you click on an application is started in full screen. You can use the regular android buttons through a special menu at the bottom of the screen.


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