We know that we can not run the android apps or games directly into our PC. We need Emulators like Nox player, Bluestacks, Android Studio, GenyMotion, MeMu, KOPLAYER etc to run our apps and we need to choose the best android emulator for PC. In this article, I am going to explain about the BlueStacks Emulator, its Installation and how to Run Android Apps on your PC using BlueStacks.
Step by step process of Running Android apps in BlueStacks
BlueStacks is available to download for Windows and or for macOS machines. The program installs on your boot drive (with no option for changing the install directory, only the Program Data location), and is an otherwise hassle-free installation, without any bundled software or extras.
The Home Screen and Controls
Once there, you’ve got a KitKat-style Home Screen just like an old Android device, with the Play Store getting top billing as well as an App Search, and a widget loaded with editor’s picks by the BlueStacks team. Control-wise, the mouse cursor functions just like your finger for the touch interface, with other touch actions set up as keyboard shortcuts, or in the controls sidebar. Notifications show up in the upper right mail icon, and the settings button right next to it lets you access emulator and device settings.
Use Control +, or Control – for pinch-to-zoom controls. The Z or X keys can be used to simulate tilting a device left or right. The control sidebar to the left includes controls for switching device orientation from portrait to landscape and vice versa and simulating screen shaking. There’s also a screenshot tool, and buttons for copying files from your desktop to the BlueStacks virtual device’s storage or installing non-Play Store APK files.
BlueStacks features plug-and-play support for a variety of gamepads, which will be a godsend for gamers looking to play things like the shooter or fighting games on a bigger screen.
You cannot access the applications directly on the older version of Bluestacks. The version was changed, and the Google Play Store is now baked right into the BlueStacks package.
You can then search for and install apps just like on your mobile device, and you can access your account to quickly go through the list of apps you want to move to BlueStacks.
From here you can choose your liked game and continue to go on with playing.
- BlueStacks also includes built-in streaming with the BlueStacks TV pane, normally to the right of the emulator.
- Users can view recommended streams, or even stream their own games right from within BlueStacks with Twitch and Facebook Live integration.
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