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CES 2012: BlueStacks App Player To Bring Android Apps To Windows 8 Tablets

The good news was confirmed at the Consumer Electronics Show where all the attention of technology enthusiasts is concentrated these days: tablets running on Windows 8 will get access to more than 300,000 Android apps very soon. The software that makes it possible comes from BlueStacks App Player.


In order to make the best out of this new opportunity users have to download and install BlueStacks App Player. For now, there is a bet aversion of the player available and impatient users and people interested in BlueStack are encouraged to give it a try. Currently the players only support a limited number of Android apps, including Pulse, Angry Birds, or Drag Racing but as the project grows and is ready for a full public release the Android Market and its over 300,000 app are open for Windows 8 tablets.

According to the official website, the PC version fro Windows 7 of BlueStacks App Player released in alpha version in October, has been tested by an unknown number of people from more than 100 countries. In February will be released beta for Windows 7 and later this year, the market will be introduced to the Windows 8 version and then all the Android fun will be available for a new range of tablets.

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