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BlueStacks announces GamePop Mini, the 'forever free' version of its Android-powered console

BlueStacks announces GamePop Mini, the 'forever free' version of its Android-powered console

Andrew Martonik 8

Access to hundreds of apps from well-known developers with no up-front hardware cost In an effort to expand the audience of its upcoming GamePop gaming subscription service, BlueStacks is announcing today that it will offer a smaller "forever free" version of its GamePop console. Dubbed the "GamePop Mini", this smaller console will offer much the same experience as its larger...

BlueStacks announces Android-powered GamePop gaming console and subscription service

BlueStacks announces Android-powered GamePop gaming console and subscription service

Andrew Martonik 12

Popular mobile game titles on your TV, using your phone as a controller BlueStacks, which is best known for letting users run Android apps on Windows and Mac computers, is going in a completely different direction with the introduction of a new gaming console called GamePop. But the console is just half of the story -- GamePop also encompasses a monthly subscription service that lets...

BlueStacks partners with AMD to bring 500,000 Android apps to millions of Windows PCs

BlueStacks partners with AMD to bring 500,000 Android apps to millions of Windows PCs

Jerry Hildenbrand 10

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...