Thursday, 25 July 2013

Runs Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Apps on Windows(Better than Bluestacks)

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WindowsAndroid is a full porting of Android to MS Windows, with the goal to extend Android’s application scope. Here is a snapshot of Android’s home screen, when running as a Windows’ native application. It is cool, isn’t it?

Now you can use Android 4.0.3 [ICS] in your Windows PC and Laptop, now you not only can run Android apps and games on your PC and Laptop but also you can use Android and feel it directly from your PC and Laptop. It will run with the full power of your PC and Laptop, means it will use your PC’s and Laptop’s RAM, Processor etc. so it will be faster than other (mobiles).

You can play HD Games and use cool Android Applications without limitations on your PC and Laptop. But at this time this is only available for Windows OS and also one more disappoint thing is to run this software your PC or Laptop should have at least OpenGL 2.0 or more support, as there are too many people who still don’t have that specs will not able to run this. They have to upgrade their PC and Laptop’s Hardware by getting new Graphic card.


This question may come in your mind first after reading this article and if you also have heard about Bluestack. As you may know that Bluestack is just an App Player and even many apps are not supporting in this software but at the same time this is a whole android means after you run WindowsAndroid it will open directly Android in a Window.
So this will get whole benefits of your PC and Laptop’s hardware not like Bluestack which many times hang and also slow down your PC and Laptop and one more better thing is this that you will able to use every type of Apps which are compatible with Android 4.0.3 [ICS].


There is no information officially about the requirements to run this software but the requirement which is needed by this is OpenGL 2.0 or more support, it is also not told by its developer but as we have tested it, we know it. If your computer doesn’t support OpenGL 2.0 or more than you have to wait for our next article about the same topic.


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