Developers of the new BlueStacks application have today announced the roll out of a beta version of the software. BlueStacks App Player has been designed to enable you to run ARM Android applications on your Widows PC.
BlueStacks Beta which is now available to download uses new technology called LayerCake, which provides the correct environment on Windows to run ARM Android Apps.
Once you have loaded BlueStacks on to your Windows PC the software allows you to download Android apps directly from within the software. Without the need to use an Android phone,
BlueStacks as comes supplied with a neat dock launcher that fits naturally with the Windows interface. Manju Hegde, corporate vice president, Content, Applications and Solutions at AMD, said in BlueStacks’ statement announcing the new beta.
“LayerCake is a disruptive technology that enables PC manufacturers to bring the best of the Android ecosystem to their customers. We are excited to work with BlueStacks to make the emerging Android mobile apps market part of the broader computing arena,”
Using the new BlueStacks application you can also run ARM Android apps in either windowed or full-screen mode, and the software now available for 12 non-English speaking countries, including Netherlands, Brazil, Japan, Argentina, Mexico, Spain, France, Italy, China, Germany, Korea and Russia.
Jump over to the BlueStacks website for more information and to download a copy of the software to load onto your Windows PC or tablets.
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