Download BlueStacks and Bring the Android Experience to Your PC

Posted: April 4, 2014 in Uncategorized

Many people became interested in making their computers work just like an Android, in order to be able to use the multitude of apps offered by this system, but in order to do that they need to download BlueStacks or YouWave or other Android emulator.

An android emulator is a virtual device that runs on your computer allowing you develop and test Android applications without using a physical device. Therefore, Bluestacks, for example, has the ability to bring the Android experience to your computer, allowing you to use all the apps that you used to download on your mobile device, on a device with a large screen and without the fear that your battery will die soon.


BlueStacks emulator, just like any other Android emulator, gives users the possibility to download amazing Android apps such as Angry Birds Space, Temple Run, Evernote, and of course, WhatsApp for PC.

If until now, the most famous texting service, WhatsApp, was available only for a variety of Smartphones, fortunately at this moment, all of you would have the ability to download WhatsApp for Windows or Mac. This is great news, especially for those of you who don’t have a phone compatible with this application, or who find it easier to use it from your computer sometime.

However, the problems with Bluestacks App comes when you begin talking about the apps you can use as the emulator appears to be offering a limited number of available apps as it is not compatible with all apps yet.

How to Download BlueStacks


Installing BlueStacks allows the users enjoy the innovative software and run virtual copies of Android OS apps on Windows PCs with just a couple of clicks and free of charge.

In case you decided to download BlueStacks App Player and begin using Android apps on your PC, allow me to tell you that the action is pretty simple. All you must do is follow a couple of simple steps and Bluestacks is downloaded and installed.

Therefore, in order to download BlueStacks you only need a stable internet connection. That sounds easy, right? You can download and install BlueStacks extremely fast to your boot drive, without being necessary to access a different drive or directory.

As soon as the emulator is installed, you are supposed to restart your computer. However, this action is necessary only if you have RAM less than 4 GB.


BlueStacks Alternatives


Installing BlueStacks is a piece of cake. However, many people prefer using a different emulator, such as YouWave, considering that it is lighter than BlueStacks. If you read the steps you must follow in order to install the two emulators, you will notice that there aren’t big differences in the process.  The biggest difference comes actually, when talking about the price of the two emulators. While BlueStacks can be downloaded and installed free of charge, YouWave needs to be paid for in order to be installed.

In case you don’t feel that neither BlueStacks nor YouWave is what you need you can always try Android SK, even though using this app is known as being a little bit more complicated than working with the others techniques.

This is a software development kit, which, just like BlueStacks, comes free of charge and can be downloaded from the Android website. It comes with an Android emulator.

If many users believed that YouWave is lighter than BlueStacks, it appears that when it comes to Android SDK, the opinion of the majority is that the emulator is considered to be more challenging than other methods. However, problems don’t seem to appear while installing and using it.

In conclusion, whether you choose BlueStacks or a different Android emulators, not only the result, but also the process appear to be similar, the biggest difference being price related as BlueStacks and Android SDK can be downloaded and installed free of charge.


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