Mac is such an os that is not known by many or it is not not used by huge number of people if we compare it with others but those who have machines and want to run other apps on their mac they need a certain third party software. So recently a app has been developed by the developers known as BlueStacks that will make android apps run on your mac os. previously this tool vaunted as a “Parallels for Android” and has been available on Windows for some time now but BlueStacks now supports 17 Android apps on OS X including popular newsreader app Pulse.
The numbers that are available aren’t too many but BlueStacks says that many more are yet to come in the pipeline. Meanwhile the company has opened its doors to developers, taking pre-interest for porting, which should increase the choice selection.
BlueStacks has inked deals with HalfBrick, Evernote, Droidhen, COM2US, Creative Mobile and others, and something they’re talking about is high-resolution graphics to suit the latest Retina Display Macs. The company is also positioning AppPlayer as a way of “breaking open the Apple ecosystem” though, given OS X has always been more flexible with third-party software, that’s a little disingenuous.
The BlueStacks AppPlayer for Mac is currently an alpha release, which could mean bugs, and is a free download. If the company plays to form, it’s likely to eventually release a more comprehensive version with paid-app support as a premium product later on.