Bluestacks is an American technology company that produces the BlueStacks App Player and other cloud-based cross-platform products. The BlueStacks App Player is designed to enable Android applications to run on PCs running Microsoft Windows and macOS with instant switch between Android and Windows/Mac. No reboot is required. App Player is a downloadable piece of Windows and Mac software that virtualizes the full Android experience. The software is free to download and use, later disabling itself and presenting users with the option to install sponsored apps or purchase a $2/month premium subscription. According to company sources, the App Player can run over 96% of the 1.4 million apps in the Google Play Store.
When starting to run the program, it’ll ask you if you have an Android phone. If you do, you’ll be able to link it up with the program and sync all of your apps and tasks on the account you’re currently using. If, on the other hand, you don’t have an Android phone, that won’t be much of an issue anyway, given that you’ll still be able to download apps and use them. You’ll have several different options to download apps : using the native app store linked to Bluestacks; accessing Google Play from your browser; or downloading APK files. When it comes to the other download options, this app works just like a real Android device.
BlueStacks can run the Android apps in full-screen, with very fast loading times and with absolutely no errors. Most of the games can be controlled by mouse, just like you’d do on your typical touschscreen mobile phone. The user interface of BlueStacks App Player can be totally configured to suit your needs
This app runs on low resources and works just fine on Windows 10, but there are some minor compatibility issues on older systems, which means it may fail to load on Windows XP and Vista.