Run Android apps on your Mac with BlueStacks
If you’ve got a Mac and want to run Android apps on it, your time has come, you niche-lover. BlueStacks has come to Mac, and is supporting 17 different apps… to include the popular news reader “Pulse”. Initially a Windows release, BlueStacks has now been dubbed by some to be “Parallels for Android”, and runs natively on Mac OS X.
While seventeen apps may not be much compared to the total number of apps available, BlueStacks reports that more apps should be becoming compatible very soon. The company is also reporting that they’re looking into hi-res options to work with the latest Retina Display Macs.
BlueStacks for Mac is currently in an alpha release, but that doesn’t mean you can’t pick it up right here. Watch out for bugs, though. Be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments.
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