If you want to play android games in large screen on your PC for free then Bluestacks is there for you. Bluestacks is a Freemium software which costs an optional $2 per month. But it’s purely up to you to pay that optional charge or not. It is one of the most famous android emulator in the market use by 90,000,000+ people according to its developer. It can play any android game and can support most of the PCs. Although it contains some or more demerits which holds it back which includes its buggy and laggy nature.
Bluestacks android emulator has simple one click installation .exe program. You just have to start that .exe setup file and follow onscreen instruction. Bluestacks works great on system having atleast 2 GB of RAM. According to it’s developer Bluestacks runs best when it is provided with App Store Access. Application Communication also needs to be turned on for Bluestacks to run at its potential.
The biggest downside of Bluestacks is that it is targeted towards selling apps through its dashboard and you can not control what apps should be shown on your homepage. If you want to get rid of this nonsense then you will have to pay $2 per month i.e. $24 per year. Bluestacks is quite slow for the programs which it processes for the first time and can take upto 20 minutes or more.
Bluestacks is also powered with latest android 4.2.2 for better look and features. Bluestacks home screen is different from other android emulators. Instead of having a typical home screen, it has it’s screen filled with a series of apps and games, most of which are promoted apps for selling purpose. Bluestacks homescreen is quite clumsy and somewhat confusing. One more thing which is didn’t like about Bluestacks is that you can’t remove any app from your home screen according to your wish and if you click on any app on your home screen, you will be taken to Playstore for downloading that app.
Best thing about Bluestacks is that it can run your most of the app and games with amazing performance not as great as Andy or AMIDuOS and you will experience odd glitches here and there, but it’s fine as Bluestacks is a freemium emulator. If you don’t mind customizing your home screen and just want performance in your old PC then this software can certainly do this job. Overall I have a mixed feeling about Bluestacks and I would recommend it only those who have low end PCs and are unable to run high quality emulators like AMIDuOS.