BlueStacks has announced the launch of the public beta for its BlueStacks X, a free game-streaming service that is completely focused on mobile games. BlueStacks is an existing platform that allows you to play Android games on your PC using a mouse and a keyboard.
One of the best features of the upcoming Windows 11 update is the ability to run Android apps without downloading any additional software.
However, users were still required to have a PC that was powerful enough to run them.
While support for Android apps may not be available at launch time, users can actually run Android apps and play games like Battlegrounds Mobile India and Garena Free Fire on their computer and laptop today.
Instead of downloading and installing a separate application to “emulate” Android apps as users are currently accustomed to, the new Bluestacks X service is designed to allow users to run Android apps inside their browser window.
What’s more, they should be able to run these apps inside their Chrome browser, thanks to Bluestacks X, from the company that created the popular Bluestacks Android emulator.
While an emulator creates a virtual environment that allows Android apps to run on Windows, Bluestacks X will use a cloud service to run these apps and users can access them from the browser.
There will be a limited collection of games to begin with as the service is still in beta, while the emulator app reportedly has support for over 200 games.
- Android apps and games can now run on Google Chrome
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