After Alpha Attracts 1M, BlueStacks Goes Beta To Bring 450K Android Apps To Your PC

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Ever since a pre-launch BlueStacks raised $7.6 million in Series A financing, the startup has been attracting attention. Why? Because it’s developed software designed to let Android users run their apps on all Windows PCs, tablets, and laptops — without any modifications. Not to mention the startup then raised another $6.4 million a few months later from AMD and Citrix Systems, with contribution from existing investors like Andreessen Horowitz, Ignition Ventures, and more.

The Series B followed closely on the heels of the alpha launch of its App Player for Windows — a free software download that gives users one-click access to Android apps on any Windows PC, along with the ability to view these apps in full-screen. Accompanying the App Player was Cloud Connect, a cloud-based service that allows PCs to become an extension of any Android-based mobile device — and vice versa. And today, BlueStacks is pushing forward…

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