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imageA small group of like-minded developers has introduced alpha version software that lets run Android applications on Windows.

The developer’s mission from the company BlueStacks is well expressed in a fun demo video, which can be viewed on the front page of the company: bluestacks.com/home.php. We strongly recommend watching the high quality demo.





A distinctive feature of this software is that it is not an emulator. According to the developers, they implemented a native performance of Android applications. That is why Android applications are very responsive, and they do not cause problems with lag.

After the software is installed, you can:

• run Android applications in a full screen mode, and they will work quickly;
• transfer the favorite Android applications from the phone to a computer;
• run 10 applications that are available "out of the box";
• install up to 26 favorite applications;

Additionally, the developers let us know that the application may run slowly on older netbooks and tablets.

The application is developed for Windows 7, and it can be downloaded for free.

Software Development Company has already mobilized $ 7.6 million of the initial investments, and the large investors became interested in its development.
Skull 4 november 2011, 12:37
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