The writing was on the wall when the the original BlueStacks application player for Windows reached over 5 million installs. It was only a matter of time before the company behind the popular Android virtualization software for PCs debuted a Windows 8-compatible version of their software. Now the meager selection applications available in the Windows Store is complimented by Google Play’s full library of software.
To grab BlueStacks, head over to GetYourAppsBack.com to download for PC or Surface Pro tablet. Yep, with the right combination of software (a launcher app, etc.) you could theoretically create a fully emulated Android tablet experience. Of course, emulated apps aren’t going to run up to the standard they might on the hardware they were intended for (read: touch controls, hardware optimizations), but for Windows users starving for some of their Android favorites it should more than provide a fix.
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TAGS: BlueStacks, Microsoft Surface Pro, Windows 8