In June the company released an alpha of its application that only allowed users to run a few select apps on their Mac. The new beta removes this restriction and is available to download now from the link below.
TechCrunch notes that in the months prior, BlueStacks had been working to expand its install base, forming partnerships with chipmakers like AMD (also an investor) and Asus, the former which will see its software pre-installed on over 100 million units, the company announced earlier this month, and the latter which will offer 22 million pre-installs. The startup also noted earlier in December that it has passed 5 million organic installs of its software across the Windows and Mac platforms.
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