BlueStacks app released for Windows® 8
BlueStacks has released alpha version of its app for Windows 8. This service is similar to the Microsoft’s Windows Store. BlueStacks is trying to bring the Android apps to the Windows platform with its Layercake technology.
With the help of BlueStacks, million users in 100 different countries have accessed more than 4.5 million apps. Many Android apps are now accessible from Windows PCs. This can only be good news for Windows 8 users.
Even if there are not many apps on Windows Store for Windows 8, with BlueStacks, users can take the advantage of apps in Google Play (Android Market). You can now access apps like Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja, Evernote and many others from your Windows 8 PC now. To know about this, read the complete story here.
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