BlueStacks: A getting started-guide for Android lovers

BlueStacks lets you run Android apps on your Windows machine. Here's how to use it.

By Ian Paul, PC World |  Software, Android, Android apps

I also tried out App Player on a Vista machine with a dual-core 2.16 GHz Intel Pentium T3400 and 2GB of RAM. During that trial, App Player ran considerably faster, but was far from smooth. Keep in mind, however, this is a beta product and likely far from finalized.

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