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Friday, January 19, 2018

Android N comes to PC First Android gaming platform to run Android Nougat on PC

With hefty improvements in speed, graphics, and resource-usage. BlueStacks releases their BlueStacks + N Beta for high-end PCs running their next-generation HyperG graphics system.

BlueStacks App Player, now running Android Nougat (N). As the market leader in Android gaming on PC, BlueStacks continues to innovate by combining cutting-edge technology with mobile and PC gaming. Adding Android N provides gamers with access to the complete library of games available on Google Play – many of which now require Android Lollipop (L) or higher to run.

The HyperG Graphics System, first released in BlueStacks 3, received a major upgrade as well. For the first time ever, HyperG leverages the full power of the Android N graphics library. This means that games will push higher frame rates, look crisper, cleaner, and use less overall computer resources. Yang claims that, “ With BlueStacks + N Beta and updated HyperG, we see some high-[spec] games running 25-30% faster with 15-20% improvements in CPU usage .” She continued, “ The Beta release will be limited to only higher-end PCs that have Intel processors with virtualization-enabled. We plan to monitor performance data and will release a non-Beta version compatible with all PCs – including AMD and Intel processors – shortly thereafter .”

With the launch of the Beta, BlueStacks anchors another pillar in their mobile gaming platform by removing one of the biggest roadblocks for many gamers – the ability to play hardcore mobile games that required more modern Android operating systems. Android N is backward-compatible with all legacy games and is capable of running every game currently in the Google Play store. The Beta is currently available for download on the BlueStacks website alongside their latest version of BlueStacks 3.

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