In the previous article, I told how readers can install Android Apps(.apk files) in BlueStacks. But being one of the famous hub for Android Apps, Android Market Place can’t be neglected. So today’s tutorial is all about downloading and using Android Apps from the Android Market using BlueStacks.
Download Android Apps From Android Market In BlueStacks
First of all, we need the Android Market app to access the same and proceed with the further enjoyment of downloading Android apps through it.
- Download the Android Market App from the XDA Forums. This package include some other Google Android Apps including Gmail, Gtalk, Maps and more.
- Unzip the package, now using the previous tutorial install the Android Market App in BlueStacks.
- Once installed, you’ll see Android Market icon there in the BlueStacks menu.
- Click start the Android Market App in BlueStacks.
- To use it, users need to have a Google account. So create new or sign with your existing Google Account.
Note : To use internet in BlueStacks, stay connected to your usual internet connection and run BlueStacks Android App Player. You’ll be able to use the same internet connection seamlessly, with no extra configuration required.
- Once connected with the Google Account, you can browse and download Android apps from Android Market via BlueStacks.
Another Notification : Android Apps downloaded via Android Market can only be browsed via Android Market. You won’t find them in the regular menu of BlueStacks. There’s a section named downloads, all the downloaded apps will get collected there for future use.
Voila it’s done, download and install Android Apps from the Android Market on your Windows PC using BlueStacks.
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