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Bluestacks 2 brings simultaneous multiple Android app emulation

By Jules Wang December 4, 2015, 8:09 pm

It’s been a few years since we’ve introduced Bluestacks to you. The Android app emulation program has over 100 million users playing — of all things — Candy Crush on your desktop (or Surface tablet, if you want) when you could probably hit up Facebook and do the same. But now, you can also fit in a Temple Run session right beside some bit-chomping.

Bluestacks 2 debuted this week and it introduces are more comprehensive browser UI that allows for simultaneous downloading, playing and running of applications which you can navigate between using tabs. Functions and action inputs now have a sidebar to themselves.

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PC users can download it now. If you’re on a Mac, you’re going to have to enjoy the old version for a while — it came in July.

Source: Bluestacks
Via: Engadget

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