Android Apps on Windows PC thanks to BlueStacks

BlueStacks, a company comprising of Microsoft Windows and Android developers has announced that it will be expanding its small stealth development of a program that allows users with an x86 (32-bit) PC to run Android applications, to a greater and higher level.

BlueStacks is an enterprise venture which was founded in March 2008 and is led by CEO Rosen Sharma, with the goal of taking advantage of the fast-growing Android OS market and eliminating the need for users to carry two devices, BlueStacks will allow consumers to receive the benefits of both Android and Windows for the cost of a single PC.

Mr. Sharma had this to say, “Our vision is for an entirely new type of experience that supports the consumer interest in Android and also allows them to access some of the most valuable enterprise applications, enabling them to use their device of choice for work and play. We are currently working with a number of OEM and strategic partners and look forward to bringing our product to market in Q3 of this year.”

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