Download BlueStacks and play Android apps on your PC
Now you can run Android applications on any PC with Windows 7 alpha version of Android Bluestack player. Has a function to allow applications enable from phone to PC.
At first glance, running Android applications on a Windows machine might not seem a good idea, but because of the number of applications in the Android Marketplace, it should give it a try. Android App Bluestacks Player was released today in early alpha, so I use all day.
There always seems Bluestack was announced at the earliest, but not – its finally here. If I do not remember, Bluestack is currently a Windows application that lets you run Android applications directly to your computer and easily switch between Windows and Android.
Android BlueStacks Alpha Player was released in the form last night and get on with, of course, the Android App syncer well. Syncer app allows you to synchronize all devices with Android App BlueStacks the service cloud. Once synchronized, the Apps will be available on your computer.
After giving it a go, I have to say is pretty impressive. Most applications have worked very well after synchronized. Some applications are delayed, and some applications for any reason refuses to sync, but that’s normal, because even the Alpha test. You can watch the demo video of BlueStacks below.
- Play Android apps fast and full-screen
- Push your favorite apps from your Android phone to your PC using BlueStacks Cloud Connect
- Run 10 pre-loaded apps “out of the box”
- Install up to 26 more of your favorite apps
- May not work fast on older netbooks and tablets
- Available now for Win7, and it’s Free