Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 27 Sep 2012 8:14 am
BlueStacks, the folks who brought Android apps to Windows and Mac computers via their "Layercake" emulation magic has announced that they are partnering with AMD to offer access to Android apps on Windows computers using AMD's storefront. At current count, BlueStacks figures there will be over 500,000 Android apps available to over 100 million Windows computers.
That's a lot of apps on a lot of...
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