Running Android Apps on BlueStacks–Apps player for PC (Windows)


This is a good initiative for Android developer to test their Android apps should they do not have an Android device (an alternative to the boring official Emulator). The App Player is an effort by BlueStacks, they actually got funded for this idea and won the Best Innovation Award in CES 2012.

This application also useful for non-developer, to play Android apps on their PC. I personally use PULSE on the BlueStacks.

Find out how to win a copy of Instant BlueStacks.


STEP1: Installing BlueStacks App Player
Your PC needs more than 1GB 2GB RAM, if you have less the installation will not work.
Download the installer here http://bluestacks.com/
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After the download completes, find the installer file and execute.
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image Click Next.
imageChoose Install.
imageWait for a while.
imageFind the “Start BleuStacks” on the Windows button
imageWait again for the BlueStacks App Player to load.
imageYour email and click Next.
Ready to play an Android Apps.

STEP 2: Running your APK
If you do not any APK file, try download this –> http://bit.ly/m-mathuratkuis .
After the download finish just double click (alMathurat bersama Ustaz Don.apk). Your Windows supposedly recognise the APK file and associate it to the BlueStack App Player.
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logo M-Mathurat pada komputer guna BlueStacks
On the home panel of BlueStacks app player, you’ll see the icon of the app you just installed. Click it.
Android Apps on your PC

And, voila!!! Have fun…
Should you’d like to play your own Android apps, try locate the APK file in the bin folder of your Android project. Normally all the project folders are in the folder called workspace.
locating APK file in Adroid Project folder

For more information about BlueStacks, you may refer to this good from my friend Gary Judge titled Instant Bluestacks from PacktPub.com. Find out how to win a copy of Instant BlueStacks.


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