BlueStacks has extended and enabled it functionality to Mac users. The Android emulator company now allows Mac users to run native Android apps via Mac OS, OSX.
After already gaining over 90 million Windows users, Bluestacks revealed it’s the best time to delivered to the OSX after an extended beta testing phase.
The Bluestacks free emulator on Mac runs both x86 and ARM-based apps as well as provides full keyboard and mouse support. It also allows for gesture controls like pinch to zoom with a trackpad and takes advantage of your Mac’s Retina display.
Users can sync files and data from their mobile devices or pull new apps from Google Play directly to their Mac.
Need to access the Bluestacks Emulator for Mac?
Head over to the BlueStacks website to download the program and setup on your Mac.