BlueStacks is a handy application that can merge Android and Linux in order to provide support for applications onto one's computer. This tool is a good emulator for those that want to run Android applications on a Windows computer and it can be installed in a matter of seconds, not requiring any special knowledge. Moreover, the interface is also designed with simplicity in mind so that all kinds of users, regardless of their knowledge, can make good use of it. It is one of the best Android emulators on the market at the moment and it still brings new features.
BlueStacks is a little bit pretentious regarding computer resources and it needs at least 2GB of RAM so that applications and the main core can run correctly, thus older devices might experience lagging issues. However, on a nowadays standard PC, Android apps should run flawlessly with the aid of this utility. 10 pre-installed applications come packed into the program and they can be run directly. However, users can add their own to the list.
The process of adding applications to BlueStacks is quite easy. One can provide an .apk installation file to the emulator or he can use the cloud services of the program to push an already installed app from the phone to the PC. The application can run under multiple resolutions based on various phones available on the market but it can also run full screen.