Friday, December 28, 2012

Run any Android app on Mac with BlueStacks

BlueStacks is a tool that allows you to run Android apps on Mac. Their Alpha version, released a few months ago, only supported 17 applications for Android, with Touch and Words being the two strongest of applications supported. But in recent months the application is much improved and has already launched the Beta version. Now lets you run any application for Google Android Store Play. Some might not see much sense to run a mobile application on a desktop computer, but it can come in handy if you want to use apps like Instagram and Flipboard have no desktop version.

bluestacks mac 650x309 Ejecuta cualquier AplicaciĆ³n de Android en Mac con BlueStacks

Earlier this month, the company located in Silicon Valley, reported that they had exceeded 5 million activations in both Windows Mac.BlueStacks expects its partnership with manufacturers such as AMD or ASUS make these numbers go up, because the application will come pre-installed on over 100 million devices. The next version of the application will include "App Discovery" to make it easier for Mac users to find applications.

What do you think? Do you see interesting? If so you can download the Beta version of BlueStacks and try it.

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