Run Android Apps on Windows PC using Blue Stacks App Player Beta

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On Tuesday, Blue Stacks released its beta version of its Android App Player where user's can  run Android app on their PC's. This applications is compatible with Windows 7, Vista and XP Machines. This emulator works on a new Layercake technology that improves hardware acceleration resulting in improved performance of Android games on windows. 

This application not only made all the Android apps to run on the PC but also  left 450,000 app to choose from. The beta release on Tuesday adds a few new features, including hardware graphics acceleration and the ability for apps written for ARM processors - like Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja - to run on x86-based PCs.  

“LayerCake is a disruptive technology that enables PC manufacturers to bring the best of the Android ecosystem to their customers. It also leverages the advanced graphics capabilities of AMD APU and GPU platforms,” said Manju Hegde, corporate VP, Content, Applications and Solutions at AMD.

Hope somebody might have used the app. Leave your comments and discuss your thoughts on the same.

Download Blue Stack Player for Windows 

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