Access Android™ apps with BlueStacks on Windows® 7
Turn your Windows 7 PC into Android with BlueStacks
Nobody would have thought that Windows 7 operating system and Android can run on a single machine and that too simultaneously. But it’s now possible, thanks to the virtualization technology!
BlueStacks is an upcoming application for Windows operating system which allows Android apps to run simultaneously with any version of Windows in virtual mode. The application can automatically share the same set of drivers which are used by Windows operating system. The key role of deploying BlueStacks on your Windows 7 operating system is to exploit Android apps through a virtual mode.
You can directly install the Android-based apps or place icons on the desktop. In fact, you can also send and retrieve all the e-mails by using an Android-based e-mail client with the help of BlueStacks without interrupting the pre-configured Windows applications. It is an appealing technique to switch your Windows-based computer into an Android mode. Apart from this, BlueStacks offers a method to play the same set of games which is mostly used on mobile phones configured with Android operating system. In case, you want to pull of some photos and videos from Android then get BlueStacks to open the Android-based photo app on Windows operating system. As per the company, BlueStacks will be released in July and only then users will get an opportunity to try the initial version.
• Toggle between Windows and Android operating system
• Run Windows and Android Apps together
• Share data between Android and Windows Operating System
• Update Android over the air
• Disc allocation not required
• Get complete access to Android app market
• Windows operating system with X86 Architecture like Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
• Linux operating system such as Google Chrome
• Windows 8 the next operating system developed on ARM Architecture