BlueStacks ports Android apps to Mac

BlueStacks wasn't kidding when they said that they were hosting a Mac-Android wedding.

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SAN FRANCISCO — App player BlueStacks announced the “marriage” of Mac and Android under a wedding tent today, across the street from the Moscone West home of Google I/O.

You can download the BlueStacks alpha for Mac from CNET or

BlueStacks brings Android apps to your Mac. Free but in rough alpha, for now.


The public alpha of BlueStacks for Mac brings BlueStacks’ LayerCake technology to OS X and features several apps from BlueStacks partners such as HandyGames, CreativeMobile, and Pulse, in addition to the Android basics. BlueStacks will work on OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard and above.

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