Not getting enough of your Andoid phone? Your workplace sucks and you want to play with your Android phone apps rather than working on your PC? Well, there is a solution – you can pretend to work on your PC when in fact, you enjoy your Andoid Apps.
BlueStacks App Player runs Android applications such as Talking Tom 2 within Windows.
Go to Google Play Store and download BlueStacks app onto your PC, an icon of the Android robot standing on the Windows logo will appear on the top right-hand corner of the Windows desktop screen. When you position the cursor on the Android icon, a menu of more than 10 default apps appears; you can open any of these apps with one click. You can also use your system’s mouse and keyboard to interact with the Android apps on your PC.
Here are some apps that are great to use with BlueStacks:
GAMES: Play Where’s My Water?, Angry Birds, Words With Friends and hundreds of thousands of others
MESSAGING: Use WhatsApp, KakaoTalk and others to message with friends from your desktop
KIDS: Let your kids expand their minds on the big screen with educational apps and e-books like The Lorax
PHOTOS: Instant PC photo-editing and sharing software using apps like Skitch and PicSay
MUSIC: Use media players like the WinAmp app to play files from your PC
SOCIAL: Use apps like Facebook and Twitter to get a streamlined experience
Remember, you must download BlueStacks App Player for Windows from BlueStacks.com to your PC in order to use BlueStacks Cloud Connect.
To exit any Android app, simply click the X icon on the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. To open a Windows program running in the background, without closing BlueStacks App Player, press the keyboard’s Alt and Tab keys.
The BlueStacks App Player runs applications from a different operating system on Windows without requiring you to install a separate operating system or console. To you, it will look as if the BlueStacks App Player is running the same way as any other Windows application.
To add an app to BlueStacks App Player, click the BlueStacks Channels icon. There, you’ll find listings for dozens of other Android apps, which you can download with your Web browser by clicking the app icon.
BlueStacks also offers Cloud Connect, for transferring apps from an Android phone to a PC or tablet. BlueStacks App Player requires Windows 7 or Vista, at least 2GB memory, and an Intel Core 2 Duo or more-powerful processor.