Do you plan to get a Windows 8 laptop, tab or PC but wonder if thoudands of Windows 8 Apps will be ready before you go Metro?
A software company thinks there's no need to wait!
"BlueStacks is planning to bring over 400,000 Android applications to Windows 8 this year. The company originally released its "App Player" software for Windows 7 in October, but it's now compatible with Windows 8. The best Android apps will simply run as desktop apps under Windows 8, very much like the previous Windows 7 app, and without any porting required. In fact, BlueTracks claims it is the only program worldwide that can run native ARM-based or x86 Android apps on Windows PCs and tablets. Android's Market just hit the 400,000 mark, and BlueStacks hopes to bring the majority of them to Windows 8."
Sounds cool? Watch the demo video made by The Verge to get an early look at the technology.