Who said that Android apps can’t run on Windows? Some time ago maybe yes, but now that assumption is no longer valid. BlueStacks has created a piece of software – BlueStacks App Player – which makes the leading Android applications can be run full screen on Windows devices.
BlueStacks even offer free downloadable alpha version when the user wants to run Android application on tablet PC or Windows operating system, although it’s only limited to the two recent versions of Microsoft OS, Windows 7 and Windows 8 (sorry XP users).
To transfer Android apps from your Android device to BlueStacks App Player you can use the BlueStacks cloud connect and it’s available on Android Market.
Admittedly BlueStacks application that effectively eliminates the concern all along that Windows 8 does not have enough applications to compete with the IOS and Android. BlueStacks has brought a whole library of Android applications into the Windows system. According to Rosen, most people at Microsoft who has spoken to, has received BlueStacks to run Android applications on Windows.
According to report, some hardware vendor has used BlueStacks App Player for test. Some of these include AMD, which BlueStacks has been available on a demo computer at the company’s booth at CES. Hewlett-Packard will also provide the software on their All-in-One PCs.
Then the new arrivals from Taiwan, InHon, which will release a range of carbon-fiber ultrabook in March this year. InHon will include BlueStacks App Player on their Windows 7 and Windows 8 PC this year.
Try Bluestacks Android app player.