Bluestacks is a wonderful utility that let us to run any android apps in our PC itself. Running android apps in PC with Bluestacks is somewhat popular. But here, I cut the size of the actual procedure and made as a short tutorial. I have already posted tuts to run Symbian games and apps in PC. Hope you have read that already. Playing the Temple Run game on your PC will be amazing. What about playing gameloft games as well? We all love games, especially when it comes on Android. So using BlueStacks, you can play any games or run apps directly from your PC.
Bluestacks supports Windows, which means you could technically run Android apps on your desktop, notebook or even a Windows tablet. Bluestacks is a virtualization software that allows Android apps to work on a layer above Windows. Remember that some of the apps on Android require some acceleration through graphics hardware. If you’re using an old netbook or PC, some of these apps may not function or may not perform very well.
Download BluStacks from the above link and let’s start the procedure.
Configure BlueStacks settings
After successful download, Bluestacks will load into a window with a large text entry bar and a few icons at the top. On the bottom right, you’ll find a Settings icon. You can use the mouse to click on the menus or use the directional keys on the keyboard. Pressing the Enter key enters a menu and pressing Escape will take you back one step in the menu. There’s even a menu button on the left bottom of the screen and a home button at the centre. You can use your mouse to perform all kinds of gestures as well. Set up your keyboard layout and language settings.
Done. Just search the apps and games on Google Play and play your most favorite Angry Birds and run many apps you want.