If you’re an iOS gamer, you’ll know how difficult it can be in order to play your favorite iOS game on your HDTV as not every game you enjoy supports this feature. Playing Android games on your HDTV has been a little bit easier, especially with the upcoming launch of the Ouya and GameStick, but a new Android-powered console will not only make it possible to play Android games on your TV, but iOS games as well.
Bluestacks’ Gamepop is the company’s upcoming Android-powered console, which they’re announcing today will support the ability to run iOS games due to the inclusion of Looking Glass, a piece of software that mimics Apple’s iOS APIs. Unlike Ouya and GameStick, Gamepop will be offering its services for a $6.99 subscription fee, although Bluestacks has already gained support from some big mobile game developers including Subatomic Studios, Glu, Halfbrick and Gameloft. Subscribers of Gamepop will be able to access around 500 games from the get-go, and all of them will be completely free.
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