BlueStacks has released an update of its Android emulator which allows Android apps to run on OS X. BlueStacks Android emulator already has around 90 million Windows users. Also Read - PUBG on PC could likely be going free-to-play soon
The BlueStacks Android emulator was released on OS X after an extended beta testing phase. The emulator runs on both x86 and ARM-based apps and provides full keyboard and mouse support. Also Read - Airtel introduces new Rs 79 prepaid plan in place of Rs 49 pack: Here are the benefits
In addition, it allows gesture controls like pinch to zoom with a track pad and takes advantage of the users Mac’s Retina display. The users can sync files and data from their mobile devices. The users can also download new apps from Google Play directly to their Mac. Also Read - WhatsApp will make archived chats stay where they belong, even if there's a new message
The users can download the Android emulator, which is free to download, directly from the BlueStacks website.