Ordinarily, if you want to run Android apps on a platform other than on an Android device, it is necessary to install a Software Development Kit. Unless you are a software developer, this may be something that you are not particularly keen on doing, and this is where BlueStacks App Player may be able to help as it enables you to install and run Android apps under Windows.

Working much like an emulator, the program enables Mac users to install Android apps and synchronize them with a device running Android. Making use of the company's cloud connect service, apps can be synced wirelessly without the need to remember to connect your Android device to your computer.

The installation includes a number of bundled apps which can be used in windowed or full screen mode, and a standard mouse and keyboard can be used in place of a touch screen. BlueStacks App Player provides an interesting way to try out new apps as well as a means of making your favourite apps, and games, available on additional platforms

BlueStacks App Player is currently in alpha which means that problems are to be expected.


There are teething problems at the moment, but this is an interesting app for Android users.