BlueStacks, that handy piece of software that allows folks to run Android apps on their PCs, have been updated. The main new thing is support for Windows XP and Windows Vista which means more people can now play Android games on a big screen.
Now, as I said it in my previous post on the subject, I don’t necessarily see the point of doing this, but what do I know. I’m sure there are some apps you’ll want to run both on your smartphone/tablet and PC (in the original mobile form). I can’t think of one, but it’s a good thing to have such an option available.
BlueStacks is available as a free download and it also comes with the Cloud Connect mobile app that enables pushing of apps from your phone to BlueStacks installed on the PC. The Pro version is in development and will come with all the features of the free version plus unlimited premium apps like Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja and others.