Run Android Apps and Games in your PC [How-To]

Still don’t have an Android OS based cellphone, but on other side you desperately want to run the same Android applications and games in your computer? I know that there are a lots of addicting games and plenty of useful Android  programs and you have thought that you cannot have them in your PC, but I have to say that I recently discovered the best solution for that problem and it’s called BlueStacks, the Android application player for Windows. BlueStacks comes with 10 applications but with the option to add more of them.
BlueStacks also gives you the opportunity to install more applications directly from their channel. To be able to access them, just click at the Get More Apps from the Menu. This will redirect you to the BlueStack Channel where you will be able to download all the Feature Applications, which currently are only 26 available. All you need to do is just to register or you can gain access directly if you have an Facebook account.
But the best thing is that BlueStack gives you the opportunity to send your favorite applications and games directly from your Android phone using Cloud Connect. In order to do that, first you have to install the BlueStacks Cloud Connect application in your Android cellphone, which application can be found at Android Market (click here to download it). After installing the BlueStacks Cloud Connect visit the Cloud Connect page at BlackStacks Channel in order to take the phone Code needed to connect and synchronize your Android phone with your computer. After the synchronization, you will me able to run your Android applications.
In general, BlueStucks seems to be a great solution when you want to run your Android phone applications in your PC or laptop. The bad thing is that the BlueStack Channel provides you only with small amount of Android apps, just 26 as I mentioned before, including also the 10 applications that come in packet with the software. The other thing is that you cannot play the multi-touch applications with BlueStack. But the best thing is that BlueStack for now is completely free and you have to know that it works only on Windows Vista and Windows 7.

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