Many companies are trying to become the “Netflix for games,” but none have stood out above the rest yet. Today Bluestacks announced their Android-powered Gamepop console that offers access to 500 games for a monthly subscription of $6.99. For new customers that enroll by the end of May, Bluestacks will throw in a ... Read More »
While I hate to complain about Android apps being made more widely available to consumers, I have to say I’m a little bummed to see that the admittedly ambiguous teaser that ASUS put out last week was apparently only pointing to BlueStacks integration and not a true, dual-booting tablet.
Fortunately I recover quickly ... Read More »
Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system was built with mobility in mind, a fact made readily apparent looking at the Metro UI platform in Windows 8. Though BlueStacks CEO Rosen Sharma believes the Windows 8 platform is beautiful, he also suggests that the main problem with the unreleased Windows 8 thus far is the lack of applications for ... Read More »
Ever wondered what the typical Android user looks like? There’s no doubt we have our stereotypes for followers of specific operating systems, and Android is no exception. The guys from BlueStacks have just compiled information from Nielsen and a Facebook poll they conducted. The result is Mr. Android 2011.
It’s not so much ... Read More »
The Android platform is fun, but it’s nowhere near as full-featured and complex as Windows. At the same time, Android tablets are more convenient for on-the-go tasks. Wouldn’t it be great to bring Android’s mobile software to the Windows platform? Well, that’s exactly what Blustacks wants to do.
Bluestacks app player for Windows is currently ... Read More »