How to run Android Apps on PC (Windows 10) 4


I often get asked can Android apps run on PC especially Microsoft’s latest operating system Windows 10 and I give the answer yes it can but not by default. So with that in mind let me show you How to run Android Apps on PC which can be very easy if you know how to go about doing it.

To run Android apps on Windows or PC you will need a tool that will allow his to happen and this is called Bluestacks.

What is Bluestacks?

Bluestacks is a windows application that allows the windows operating system to be able to run Apps that are normally meant for the Android platform. The software is constantly being updated and features all the common features you would have on your Android phone such as support for apps such as Whatsapp, Snapchat,popular games and more. You can even turn on GPS location services, browse for files in the Android file system and so much more.

How to install Bluestacks to run Android Apps on PC?

In order to install this app :

1.Download Bluestacks here.  You can read on or watch the video above for directions.

2. The entire file is 262 MB and after downloading simply install and then run the App.

3. In the interface of Bluestacks look for any app you want and associate your Google account to download apps you want.

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4. Manually download an app online as a .apk file and install it to the Bluestacks app.

Have fun and remember you can ask any question you want below as I will be glad to offer any assistance I can. Also please share this article with a friend on social media as it would be greatly appreciated.

 


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