BlueStacks is currently developing an Android emulator. Android 7 is now over. However, in the beta version of BlueStacks, you can still use the latest versions Android 8 or 9.
The entire thing is still in beta. BlueStacks 5’s latest beta update brings Android 8 (alias Oreo) and Android 9 Pie support, along with an expanded game library.
The new beta version allows you to bring Android games that were created for older Android versions to your computer. The BlueStacks emulator took some time to adapt to newer Android versions. However, the beta version is finally available. It does not support Android 11, but version 5 provides support for important games that many users wanted.
BlueStacks 5.2 is now available
BlueStacks is available for free. The stable version can be downloaded from us via the WinFuture download section, which is linked at the end this article. The beta version of BlueStacks is available on the website BlueStacks.5.2.
The new version allows you to run Android 7 or Android 9 instances simultaneously in a BlueStacks 5 Client. However, multiple instances running simultaneously will require more resources on your computer. This can be done in the instance manager. This is a tip that developers have shared on their support pages. Windows 11 will make running Android apps on the computer much easier. Microsoft announced that it will provide native support for Android apps.