We talked to you about the BlueStacks project in Genbeta at the end of May, a program that allows you to run Android applications on Windows. After a few months waiting for it to come out, BlueStacks has finally arrived on Windows 7 and it is expected that there will be a version for Mac soon.
BlueStacks is in Alpha phase and can be downloaded for free for Windows 7. The complete package, which occupies approximately 110 MB, comes as standard 10 pre-loaded applications ready to run and allows you to install up to 26 extra applications.
BlueStacks will have a paid version, although at this time the price is unknown. With BlueStacks we can reproduce Android applications and games in full screen on a PC with Windows 7. You can find out more in the sister publication Xataka Móvil, our colleagues have tried it and tell us their impressions.
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