Bluestacks wants to make running Android apps on your PC simple. Sign up to Alpha test now!

| May 25, 2011 | Reply

Bluestacks is a startup company that is going to specialize in virtualization. Right now, they have raised some money to get working on Android for Windows. Next week at Computex bluestacks is planning to announce partnerships with computer makers. The cost for each machine will be over $10 to the pc makers, which may turn some major players off. The company is also hoping in the future to be able to sell the software to existing pc users. As of now, bluestacks reports the base of the virtualization will be Android 2.1, and should be upgradeable. Sounds like a pretty neat idea to us. If you head over to their site and like them on Facebook, you can also sign up to Alpha test.

Source: Bluestacks Via: CNET


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