BlueStacks has announced today that it has been developing an Android App Player that will be compatible with Windows 8 when it arrives later their year. The BlueStacks App Player will allow users to load and run Android applications within the Windows 8 Operating System. BlueStacks is currently actively working with top PC manufacturers to pre-load the BlueStacks App Player on Ultrabooks, tablets, notebooks and all-in-one desktop PCs.
BlueStacks was named a CES Innovations winner for 2012, as it is the only program that can run native mobile applications that are ARM-based or x86, windowed or fullscreen, on Windows PCs and tablets. The software will be available in a beta form this February, with a full release coming sometime in the Spring 2012.
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