BlueStacks publicized the accessibility of its Android “App Player” for the Surface Pro tablet and other Windows 8 devices. CNET
reports that with BlueStacks, customers can now run 750,000+ Android applications on their Windows computers, which are a big leap up from the some 40,000 apps currently available in the Windows 8 app store.
Today’s release of the App Player for Surface Pro is the first time the BlueStacks software has been supported on the Windows 8 operating system – and it comes at acute time for Microsoft, whose Surface devices are suffering from futile sales, amidst odd reports of customer comeback and sold out inventories.
The BlueStacks Android App Player is free to download and available now on the company’s website.