BlueStacks was reported to be in its alpha testing stages late last year and now it looks like the app has been upgraded to the next level. According to reports online, the Android app player for Windows has now reached beta testing level for the public to try out. Just in case you don’t know what BlueStacks is all about, it is a program that lets you run Android apps on your Windows computer – great for those apps that don’t have desktop or web versions at the moment.
According to reports online, it works pretty well, running most Android apps without a hitch. If you’re interested in giving it a shot, head here to download it. At the moment, BlueStacks hasn’t figured out a business model to make money off its app yet, but expect to pay a fee in the future once the app is out of beta.
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