BlueStacks for Mac is updated and can run up to 750,000 Android apps in OS X
BlueStacks for Mac is updated with great new features and now supports up to 750,000 different applications, which gives an idea of developing breakthrough was obtained. This Android emulator for PCs last year pulled its Beta version for Windows in which increased compatibility and now this news reach the version of OS X.
In the new beta has been released today, BlueStacks for Mac now supports the vast majority of Android applications. These 750,000 are a breakthrough regarding supported in the latest version released in June. The process is quite simple. Just drag the application to the Applications folder and after a few minutes of us setting up a menu where we will be selecting the applications you want to install or open.
I’ve been trying for a while and have to say it works better than I expected. With my MacBook Pro for almost 5 years I have not had any slowdown and all drivers seem to go well. A game Angry Birds Star Wars has confirmed to me that everything is fluid and that the emulator has no problem detecting the drag made to launch birds slingshot. Shazam Even songs I recognized, so that the microphone is detected perfectly.
There are some problems as we do not see the inclusion of Google Play Store, I guess that’s a licensing issue. But though not leave the shortcut icon, you can access if you search and select the corresponding store. Besides emulation is only at the application level rather than the entire system so you do not have a home screen similar to our smartphone. Nor have I found a way to use the application in full screen and there is an option to install aPKs easily.
Instead we have the option of using Cloud Connect, through which you can synchronize the applications you have on your smartphone plus photos and SMS messages.
With these developments, BlueStacks for Mac becomes a good option to have available certain smartphone applications on your computer. To try it you can download it hereTags: Android, BlueStacks, Mac OS X