BlueStacks Android Emulator will launch a streaming service that will allow you to play Android games. The service, called BlueStacks X, is now in beta with thirteen streamable games.
With BlueStacks X, there can be by company Eventually more than two hundred Android games will be streamed, without users having to subscribe. web version It now includes 13 games that can be played online during beta, but BlueStacks promises to add more weekly. This version should work not only via browser on PC, Mac or Chromebook, but also on Android and iOS devices via mobile browser.
Additionally, there is the BlueStacks app for PC, which can emulate the Google Play Store and its games, and which also gets the option to run game streaming. Games that can currently be played include Raid: Shadow Legends and Rise of Kingdoms: Lost Crusade.
BlueStacks reported that the streaming service accounts not only on its servers, but also partially on users’ systems. This would reduce costs for the company. The company derives its revenue from advertising. A paid version of the ad-free service should be released at a later date, says Rosen Sharma, CEO of BlueStacks. VentureBeat.
BlueStacks was founded in 2011 as an Android Emulator for PC. According to the company itself, the simulation software has been downloaded a billion times. Windows 11 It will contain the option om Android apps Sweetened to run, but not all applications will be available for this.
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