Android is the most used operating system on smartphones. There are plenty of games and apps that we wish to use on our computers. For that, there are a bunch of Android emulators available, of which, the most popular one is BlueStacks.
With BlueStacks, you can operate and run many Android apps and games on your Windows PC. It is the most flawless, smooth, and overall great Android emulator you can have on your Windows PC if you wish to run Android on it.
Taking things further in the same direction, BlueStacks has now launched a new way to enjoy Android on your Windows PC, that too right on your web browser.
Yes! With the newly launched BlueStacks X, you can play Android games on your browser. This is a big introduction since BlueStacks was launched more than 10 years ago for Windows PC.
Using BlueStacks X, you can play any native Arm-based or x86 Android game on Windows PC or tablets. Notably, BlueStacks is moving to the cloud, so that you can enjoy your favorite Android app or game right on your PC’s web browser.
BlueStacks X is available to download at x.bluestacks.com
You can play Android games across iOS, Windows, macOS, Android, and Linux devices, and even inside Discord. This makes BlueStacks the only cloud gaming service available for free across multiple platforms.
All this has been possible, thanks to the new gg brand, under which BlueStacks has built its hybrid cloud technology in combination with Amazon’s AWS Graviton servers.
BlueStacks X lets you play popular Android games, without the need to download them. As of now, BlueStacks X is launching in beta, with 14 games available, currently to play.
Games such as Raid: Shadow Legends, Disney Sorcerer’s Arena, and Lords Mobile: Kingdom Wars are all available to play from today. In order to play other 200+ games, you can make use of the native app.
Along with this, BlueStacks has also launched its very own Discord bot, Cloudy. This will allow users to play cloud-based Android games and share gameplay with their friends.
BlueStacks X is free of charge, but it is supported by ads, which is absolutely okay. Taking to The Verge, BlueStacks CEO Rosen Sharma said that these ads won’t interrupt your gameplay in any kind. However, a subscription model may also arrive in the near future.
If you are excited about this new development, you can enjoy the BlueStacks X beta version, which has limited games (as of now) by heading over to x.bluestacks.com.