AMD partners with BlueStacks to bring Android apps to Windows 8
- USA: Saturday, September 29 - 2012 at 03:23
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has entered into a partnership with software start-up BlueStacks to develop a solution that will optimise the performance of Android apps on AMD-powered Windows PCs, eWeek has reported. BlueStacks' App Player software, which enables Android apps to run on PCs and Apple's Macs, will be the engine driving AMD's new AMD AppZone, an online marketplace that give PC desktop and notebook players access to more than 500,000 Android apps. AMD, which a year ago announced it was investing in BlueStacks, will leverage the new BlueStacks capabilities in PCs running Windows 7 and Windows 8, which is optimised to run on tablets and is scheduled for release October 26.
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