BlueStacks is a small program that enables users to run Android applications to other device platforms. Android is a Linux-based operating system designed mainly for use in touch screen mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets. Android supports various applications or “Apps” used for games, media players, etc. These applications can only be run using an Android-supporting device. BlueStacks can synchronize Android applications for use in other device platforms such as Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh computers. This allows users to use Android applications in smart phones, tablets, and PCs supported by Windows and Apple operating systems.
BlueStacks include 10 pre-loaded applications that the users can use for free. This program can also enable users to transfer their Android apps from their mobile device to another device or their PC. BlueStacks feature a simple interface that allows users to run their Android applications in full screen or windowed mode. Users can also search the Web, download, and install Android applications using this program. BlueStacks enable direct access to App Stores where users may purchase and download apps for their device. This program also enables users to manage their apps by changing its size or uninstalling them. BlueStacks’ user interface was designed to appear similar to smart phones and tablets’ main menu.