BlueStacks Brings Android Apps To Windows

, October 13, 2011 Bluestacks is a virtualization layer that runs on Windows PCs and allows users to run Android apps. Rather than run a full Android emulator, including the UI, Bluestacks provides enough of the Android OS to run most apps as if they were native Windows apps.
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Docs to Go worked well. I opened a few local files to try out typing, and I was able to grab Google Documents. The screen shot shows that it is unlicensed, but all I had to do was launch the Docs to Go license file and I was good to go. I don't recall if I had to do that on my Android phone.


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