A new partnership between a specialist in virtual Android, BlueStacks, and the microchip manufacturer AMD, will cause many apps from Google Play store is available to Windows users with AMD hardware, the company announced on Thursday (27).
Users who wish to run applications Android on their Windows PCs with AMD – including those using Windows 8 – will be able to use the program free App Player, BlueStacks of for that. The store AMD, AppZone, can also be used with the system BlueStacks Cloud Connect, allowing users to sync their Android phones or Android tablet device for AMD.
“By collaborating with BlueStacks, we are allowing software developers to more easily explore all the capabilities of AMD products, and providing millions of consumers great experiences, since they can now run Android apps on devices with AMD,” said Manju Hegde, corporate vice president of heterogeneous applications and solutions development, in a statement.
Android Apps run through AppZone will enjoy the graphics acceleration technology AMD – whether in the form of an onboard graphics card or integrated units accelerated processing company.