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Run Android Apps On PC

Run Android Apps On PC

Posted by Kailash Paliwal
The success of Android operating system is gradually depend upon the apps they are running. Android Market has really very cool and handy Apps which are daily used by millions of people. As the popularity of Smartphone’s and tablets increases, so the uses and dependencies is on the apps available for them. Whether
the App is a hot game, a handy price checker, or a useful contact manager, the constraints of Smartphone and tablet designs and interfaces have forced app developers to find creative ways to present and access data. But unfortunately, most apps created for Smartphone’s or tablets aren't available for use on a PC. But here is the solution; there is a one company called BlueStacks in California who releases the Alpha version of app player which is the software or what we say an emulator for the Android Apps. The BlueStacks app player essentially runs an instance of Android in a virtualized environment on the PC, so the apps act as though they're running on a mobile device. So follow the steps below to run the Android Apps in Pc.

Download BlueStacks and Install

Step1: To use the BlueStacks app player, you must first download it from the BlueStacks website.

Step2:  Installer is light weight around 3 MB and it downloads in snap. Just follow the instructions and it install’s in little moment.

Keep in mind that the BlueStacks app player is still in the early phases of development, so you can expect some minor performance issues and perhaps a bug or two.
When the installation is complete, you'll see a short video describing how the BlueStacks app player works and how you can access a few key features, Just skip it.

How It use?

To use BlueStacks and to transfer the android apps from your computer. You’ll have to register for a free BlueStacks account with either a working email address or a Facebook account. The main allure of the BlueStacks app player is its ability to send apps from your Android device to your PC via the company's Cloud Connect mobile app and servers.

When you register an e-mail address or Facebook account with the BlueStacks app player, the service will link a personal identification number (PIN) to your email account. To transfer apps from your Android device, launch the Android Market on your Android tablet or Smartphone, and search for BlueStacks Cloud Connect. Download and install the Cloud Connect app on your phone or tablet; don't worry-- it's only 402KB. With that app in place, you can send any other app that's installed on your mobile device to the BlueStacks app player on your PC. Essentially, the Cloud Connect app uploads selected apps from your phone to BlueStacks' servers, where you’re PC can then access and download them to your PC.

To use BlueStacks Cloud Connect, simply launch the BlueStacks and select the Android apps on your device that you'd like to upload for transfer to your PC. Then click the Sync button at the top of the interface, and wait for the apps to upload (all of thae apps installed on the mobile device will be listed). The uploaded apps should be visible in the BlueStacks app player on your PC when you launch the 'Get More Apps' tool.

Once your apps are uploaded and the app player has notified you that they're available, select Get More Apps from your BlueStacks app player's PC client and click the Cloud Connect link. From there, a screen should pop up that lists all of the apps you uploaded from your mobile device. Click the Subscribe button underneath each app, and you should be able to run your favorite Android apps from the app player on your PC.
Here what I am running. Hope you like the post and enjoy the Android apps on your computer.