Getting Android on your PC is not impossible, and in the past years there have been many programs that could help you do that, including Anbox, Console OS and Remix OS, Android X86 and GenyMotion. However, BlueStacks remains the most popular choice.
BlueStacks appeared back in 2009, and it had Suman Saraf, Rosen Sharma and Jay Vaishnav as founders. Important companies have become investors, including Intel, AMD, Qualcomm, Andreessen Horowitz, Redpoint and Samsung.
Version 4 update for BlueStacks was announced, and it appears that it has many enhancements. The fourth version of BlueStacks brings several improvements that are meant to boost the performance of the program.
According to the company, the performance of BlueStacks 4 will be 8 times faster compared to the performance of BlueStacks 3. Additionally, the performance of this version will be 6 times faster than that of Samsung Galaxy S9+.
The update also brings BlueStacks Store and BlueStacks Points. You can earn these points by playing games on BlueStacks and then you can use them to purchase items from the BlueStacks Store. There are many things that you can choose, including the exclusive Pro Gamer Series of gaming tools.
Keymapping is also improved in this version. For example, you will see distinct categories for Key Controls, which should make it easier for you to navigate. You will also be able to use the Game Controls Window to manage key controls The UI went through some changes as well. For example, you will be able to use add-on features such as Quests and BlueStacks Store.
Version 4 also allows players to play the same game from multiple accounts. It is also possible to play multiple games from multiple Google Play Accounts at once. Multi-instance will make it easier to unlock rewards in RPGs.
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