BlueStacks App Player run Android apps on Windows

The company BlueStacks has released an alpha verison of its App Player for Windows which will allow you to run Android apps on your PC, laptop or tablet.

BlueStacks App Player also allows you to run your favorite Android apps in full-scree, without any modification to the apps. According to the company, their software will open up a new a market of over a billion PC users, for the Android developers, without requiring them to do any additional work to make these app compatible with Windows based PCs.

BlueStacks has also unveiled “Cloud Connect” service that will let you share and sync your downloaded apps from Android market between your Android device and PC with one click.

The BlueStacks App Player alpha comes pre-load with 10 apps and will allow you to install up to 26 more of your favorite apps. The company also plans to release soon a PRO version which will have more features and will allow you to install an unlimited number of apps, as well as a Mac version.

Yo can download it here.

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