BlueStacks Launches Android App Player for Windows 7

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[citation][nom]jimmysmitty[/nom]We need to go deeper....[/citation]
Windows 7 running Blue Stacks, running SuperGNES, running Super Mario World
 

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You realise when the Windows 8 tablets come out there will be no reason to get an Android tablet anymore, because it will run Windows programs and Android apps too.

The only way Android can escalate is if they add support for Windows programs
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Yeah, not gonna happen
 

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[citation][nom]JasonAkkerman[/nom]Windows 7 running Blue Stacks, running SuperGNES, running Super Mario World[/citation]
On a terminal server, running GoToMyPC, over a VNC connection, running VMware on a VirtualBox system...
 

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[citation][nom]agnickolov[/nom]Personally, I think it was Google that should have released a fully featured version of this long time ago...[/citation]
Yes... Inside Chrome... As part of Chrome... Not the ChromeOS either.
 
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Sounded promising until I read about the app limit and the necessity of registering your android device with their service.
 

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Interesting development considering that Microsoft is planning to promote Windows Phone 7 by incorporating its Metro UI into Windows 8. Google would be wise to promote BlueStack.
 
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