Hope you must have enjoyed our earlier article on Android Apps for PC. Now with the launch of Bluestacks App Player Beta for Mac, you can enjoy playing more than 750,000 Android apps on you Mac computer. The alpha version of the same player was launched in June but the numbers of supported apps were limited.

The beta version of the App Player for Mac released recently is primarily a simulator that will run any off the shelf Android app on a Mac computer. It uses BlueStacks’ patent-pending Layercake technology to make this happen. Till date, BlueStacks is the only software that can run mobile apps on a Mac while there is yet another simulator called YouWave but it offers the service on paid basis only for PC.

With the launch of Bluestack for Mac, Company has also introduced an infographic of Ms Mac 2012 which represents the typical profiles of Mac user worldwide. Ms. Mac 2012 infographic is primarily a combination of pictures that frames a young woman, using the statistics collected from survey of Mac users by BlueStack and along with recent research from Nielsen. Earlier, similar kind of infographics of Mr. Android 2011 was also released by the company when Android App Player for PC was launched back in 2011. 

As per a recent data analysis done by the company, the application has been installed in more than 5 million organic installs across the Windows and Mac platforms. Bluestack has also formed a partnership with AMD and ASUS where in the application will see itself pre-installed in 100 and 22 million units respectively.

The company is also working to add a new feature called App Discovery system for Mac App Player, which will help user to discover and find the apps they like more easily and conveniently. 

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Source: TechCrunch
Infographic Credits: BlueStack