AMD has announced an expansion of their collaboration with software company BlueStacks that will offer many Windows PCs a way to use a virtual Android environment on the desktop.
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BlueStacks App Player is a free application that allows users to quickly run their favorite Android apps on any Windows PC. The apps can be run full screen providing a unique and new experience
BlueStacks has announced that its software, which lets Windows and Mac access Android apps and games via a software player, now has over 10 million users.
BlueStacks App Player is a free application that allows users to quickly run their favorite Android apps on any Windows PC. The apps can be run full screen providing a unique and new experience.
BlueStacks has been working on its Windows 8 product for quite some time and is now ready to kick the goods into the open with the announcement that BlueStacks has been optimized for the Surface Pro
A message from a representative from BlueStacks claims that the software company is considering adding support for its Android app player to Windows RT sometime in 2013.
AMD has announced that it has partnered with BlueStacks to bring its Android app emulator to all of AMD's Windows 7 and Windows 8-based PCs via the AMD AppZone Player.
Asus has announced that it will include BlueStacks, which lets Android apps play on Windows computers, in all of its PCs, with existing Asus PC getting BlueStacks sometime later today.
BlueStacks has released a new public beta version of its already acclaimed software product that allows a large number of Android apps to be run on Windows-based PCs.
Windows 8 will be able to run all of the apps in Google's Android Marketplace thanks to a new version of the app player that was originally made for Windows 7 by BlueStacks.
AMD recently revealed it has invested in BlueStacks, which will likely lead to having AMD-based tablet devices that will be able to run the many apps from the Android market.
The start up company BlueStacks has now launched its first version of its Android App Player that allows Android-based apps to run on PCs running Microsoft's Windows 7 and Vista operating systems.
A startup company may have figured a way to have native Android Apps on Microsoft’s OS. The company, called BlueStacks, is developing what they call a native runtime environment for Android on Windows. The...