Android lovers now get a new delight, you can now run Android Apps on OSX (Mac) natively, without having to use Emulator or virtual machine.
Bluestacks had brought Android apps to Windows, now its time to show some love for the Mac.
BlueStacks, is today launching a tool that will let you run any kind of Android app on a Mac 10.4.x or above.
Bluestacks was present at first day of Google IO 2012 at Moscone Center, and as per the company:
“People are spending a lot of time on their smartphones and want the same experience on all devices,” said BlueStacks CEO Rosen Sharma in a statement this evening.
Here’s what the BlueStacks “app-on-the-wrong-OS” software looks like downloading and running Angry Birds on a PC; Mac users can expect to see basically the same.
The BlueStacks software is free for users, and Developers of Android apps can opt into having their application featured in the BlueStacks app library.
Download Bluestacks for Mac OS X