BlueStacks allows Android apps to be compatible with Windows

Windows 7 & Windows 8 users will have a lot of choice of apps, with the latest deal between AMD and BlueStacks. The BlueStacks Virtual Machine will mean over 500,000 apps can now run on Windows, as long as it’s on an AMD processor.

Windows tablet devices will possibly end up having more Android apps than native Windows apps running on them.

This could be a massive bonus for the upcoming Microsoft Windows 8 tablets – It’s already available for Macs, we’re wondering how long before BlueStacks ports their emulator to iOS?