Apps2Apk.com try to give the Latest Version of "Install Android Apps on Windows Computers: Bluestacks App player" for your Android Phone. This App belongs to the Android Developers category. This APK file last updated on February 10, 2016 at 1:08 am. Choose and download from the below direct download link to start get the apk file for "Install Android Apps on Windows Computers: Bluestacks App player", And then move the file to your Android phone's SD card and use one file manager you prefer to browse & install it. you will need Android 4.0.3 version or higher to install this app.
Whats is Bluestacks App player?
A start-up company called Bluestacks come up with an idea to empower users to Install and run Android apps on Windows PC’s. Blustack is basically an android app player for Windows, which will let you search and use any android apps from Google play market. Also, if you are an existing android user (tablet or Phone), you can download their cloud connect app from Google play and it will let you sync apps between your phone and Bluestacks app player on your Windows.
That means you can enjoy all your favorite android apps on windows without actually doing anything apart from download and installing this software. For Windows 8 user, they arecoming up with a compatible version soon.
How to use Bluestacks for Running Android apps on Windows
This software is very easy to use and all you need to download Bluestack app player from here. It’s an online installer and file size is above 125Mb, so it will take few minutes to install depending upon your internet connection speed. Once, this software is installed Bluestack home screen will open with few pre-installed app. It also shows a dock at the top in Windows 7, which you can use to quickly use this software.
There is also a search feature which you can use to search android apps and install them from there. Right now, I tried their latest beta version and experience is 3/5 but the idea of using android apps on Windows itself is exciting. Now, you might find me sharing more article on Twitter and Google plus, as my favorite tablet feed readers are on my desktop now.