BlueStacks App Player allows users to run Android applications on a Windows 7 PC.
If you have an Android phone,
you've probably installed an app or two. Wouldn't it be nice to be able
to run them on your Windows PC? BlueStacks App Player makes this
possible for certain apps.
BlueStacks App Player is the alpha version of an emulator that lets you use use Android on PC.
It works a bit like a widget. When clicked, BlueStacks App Player will
display the ten apps that have already been pre-installed, which are mostly games.
BlueStacks App Player's interface is easy to navigate. You can
install new applications by clicking the "Get More Apps" button.
Currently, there are more than 25 apps you can install this way. Hopefully, the number will grow as BlueStacks App Player develops.
The BlueStacks App Player team is currently taking emails for
volunteer signups for an upcoming beta release as well. You can add your
name to the list on the program's official website. BlueStacks App Player is onto a good start when it comes to running Android apps on your PC.