How To Run Android On Your PC

Yesterday While Iam Browsing over internet I discovered an interesting Website called BlueStacks that has an Android app player for Windows. It is really awesome and it can support Android Versions upto Gingerbread.BlueStacks is a pair of apps, one that runs on yourAndroid powered phone, the other which runs on your Windows-based computer.
When a user goes through this simple procedure, Android apps just viewed in the BlueStacks Player on Windows.they run on Windows also in full screen, with no performance reduction. That means software written for Android, such as Pulse and Flipboard, can now run on your Windows PC and be fitted to the data layer of your Android version.
Though it's only in beta, apps seems to be quick and fluid with little problems. If you want to give it a try, head over to BlueStacks.com, download the App Player, and get started! right now.

It's not an emulator  it's just an application programming app environment that lets you to run your Android apps in Windows. it's smooth and fast.download now

Download Blue Stacks From Here

Some of it Features are Listed below:.

Supports Android 2.3 Gingerbread (new)
Runs on Windows XP/Vista/7, 32/64 bit
Simulated SD card functionality - enables game saving
Saved State - enables fast restart
Enables multi-player online games
Dynamic rotating - phone-like instant response 
Volume control buttons 
Retractable control panel 

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