BlueStacks App Player

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BlueStacks App Player is a tool that allows you to run Android applications on your PC with a comfortable menu. From its interface, you'll be able to manage all the features on your virtual device, and download and install tons of different apps in just a few seconds.

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.

System controls are easy to use right from your mouse where clicking replaces tapping and gestures by mapping certain actions on your keyboard. You'll also always be able to use your external gamepad or rely on the original tactile features in case you're using a tablet or PC with a touch screen function. You'll also be able to simulate apps that use an accelerometer just by typing into your keyboard.

When it comes to compatibility features, BlueStacks App Player is capable of running tons of apps, even modern video games. Whether you're looking at industry classics like Angry Birds or massive games like Clash of Clans, we've got a first-class tool that offers a truly enormous array of possibilities for any PC user, allowing you to run all kinds of Google Play apps or apps from anywhere else, as well.
By Álvaro Toledo
Bluestacks 4.40 significantly improves performance and adds a media manager

In September 2018 the anxiously-awaited BlueStacks 4.0 was released, with its main new feature being the fact that it could be used with Android 7 Nougat, in addition to presenting an updated interface and more compatibility. Four months later, and we have the version 4.40, which continues down the same path on its mission to reduce memory and CPU usage of the virtualization, especially when using various apps simultaneously. Plus, they've added a so-called Media Manager, that lets you easily transfer files between the virtualized device and the host computer.
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Bluestacks 4 now available with support for Android 7

After more than seven months in beta phase, BlueStacks 4 has finally reached maturity and the first stable version of the well-known Android simulator for PC is finally available. As we've already commented in our review of the early release, one of the main lures of the update is the support for Android Nougat, which means that many games that require higher versions of the operating system will work with it. And the best news is... you can download it right now from Uptodown.
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Bluestacks in-depth: an interview with their director of marketing

We recently announced the launch of the new version of Bluestacks, whose main new feature is the incorporation of Android Nougat for the first time on PC, and you can download it now through Uptodown. As a result of the interest generated by our announcement, we were able to talk to Yuriy Yarovoy, Bluestacks' director of marketing, and get his take on the strengths of the new version of their software.
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