Android running laptops and PCs is now becoming one of the main focus in tech industry, with the introduction of the first Android running laptop, the Archos Arcbook which was launch in May, followed by the HP Slatebook, both of which provide full access to Google Play store, people can't wait to get hold of running Android apps on their pc.
Ofcourse you won't want to abandon your old PC to buy a new Android capable notebook, the good news is there are ways to run any Android apps on pc with no extra cost. I'll be providing two ways of which you can install and run Android apps on your PC.
1. Using Bluestack - Installing Bluestacks to your PC enables you to run and download Android apps on your computer system. It supports all Windows and Mac OS.
2. Using Android SDk - Downloading and installing SDK to your system provides an atmosphere for you to run Android apps on your PC. Though Android SDK was mainly built for Developers for testing and experimenting developed apps. The first option is more preferable because it runs smoothly with no lagging, but using SDK requires PC with high specs for optimum performance.