BlueStacks allows you to run Android apps on Windows 7, 8 or 10. This is an alpha version of the emulator that allows you to run Android on your computer. It works like a widget and when we click on the BlueStacks App Player widget it will list the 10 most popular apps based on the number of downloads.
This app player is a good resource for running Android apps on your computer. It has a great user interface and is easy to use. With BlueStacks App Player, you can install new Android apps on your computer by clicking the “Download Add-ons” button.
How to Download and Install Bluestacks:-
Bluestacks is usually free to download from the official website. All you have to do is:
- Download a copy of the Bluestacks 4 installer here -> LINKS
- The installation process is generally simple. Just follow the detailed instructions in the images below.
- Make sure you have a Google / Gmail account and need to download and play apps/games.
- Make sure you have an active internet connection, as the installer must connect to Bluestacks servers to download other installation files.
Where can I Find the Bluestacks Offline Installer?
Unfortunately, Bluestacks developers removed a massive installation (over 280 megabytes) regardless of the download page and replaced it with a lighter Internet installer (less than 20 megabytes). This makes it difficult to get a copy of the Bluestacks standalone installer, but some websites still have it (older version). It just takes some research and internet browsing to find a copy.
However, if you are looking for software on the official Bluestacks website, you should install a simple online installer.