BlueStacks Moves Out of Alpha – Android Apps On Your PC Move One Step Closer

BlueStacks — a program for Windows that runs Android applications — has been in the works for quite awhile now. Quentyn originally reported on BlueStacks back in April and more recently, the company released a creepy infograph highlighting a typical Android user’s appearance. They even managed to secure a “Best of CES 2012″ award from Cnet.

With BlueStacks buzz in full effect, I am happy to report that BlueStacks has finally moved out of the alpha stages of testing, with the beta coming just around the bend. Users who would like to sign up for the beta can do so via the company’s signup page (linked below). Any of our readers have a chance to try out the alpha? Would love to get some user feedback.

[BlueStacks | Via TalkAndroid]

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