BlueStacks raises cash to run Android apps on Windows PCs

Written by on October 20, 2011 in Press & Events


10/20/2011 – Bluestacks wants to make it easier to get your Android apps, in full-screen mind you, on Windows PCs. And the Campbell, California company just landed a new strategic investment from AMD, Citrix Systems and others to make that vision a reality, bringing total capital raised in the upstart to $14 million. The concept is pretty cool, reminding us a bit of Renton-based Parallels. (You can get a better idea of how it works in the video below).

The three-year-old company is one of the many investments for Frank Artale, a former Microsoft and Citrix executive who now serves as a managing director at Bellevue-based Ignition Partners. “By enabling the user experience across different operating systems and device architectures, BlueStacks has become an integral part of the strategy of large players in the device and operating system ecosystem,” says Artale.

Read more at Geekwire or visit Bluestacks

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