by Patrice, on 04/11/13
BlueStacks or Android on your PC:
At a time when the apps available on the Android operating system are becoming the references, it would be a shame to miss out simply by a lack of a smartphone!
This is why the BlueStacks app now offers the possibility for its users to have free access to Android apps directly on their computer.
BlueStacks emulator runs under Windows 8, but also Windows XP, Vista and Seven. So it is now possible to have access to apps such as What's app on your PC or to a quantity of games that do not exist on Windows as Candy Crush, Juices, Cube, etc..
BlueStacks, interface, clear and easy to use, looks like a desktop giving you access to a broad catalog of Android apps.
You then only need a Google account to sign up for stocks of proposed applications (Google Play, Amazon, 1 mobile market).
For owners of an Android smartphone, BlueStacks also offers the 1-Click Sync Setup feature, which allows you to synchronize the applications installed on your phone, with your other devices.
Attention! For the moment the application is in beta, which results in a few random bugs, and the virtual keyboard is in QWERTY only (for now at least), still BlueStacks is a very promising and very useful application!
A user forewarned is forearmed ;)