BlueStacks, the first and only gaming platform for Android PCs that includes support for Android Nougat BlueStacks App Player released the beta, so that the next generation of PCs using HyperG graphics system ensures the perfect operation of Android Nougat games.
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ISTANBUL (TR) - BlueStacks, a mobile gaming platform based in Silicon Valley, continues to make gamers' lives easier by combining advanced technology with mobile and PC games. BlueStacks App Player, which allows users to run applications on an Android phone on a PC, is now running all the old and new games in the Google Play Store flawlessly with the Android Nougat (N) compatible Beta version released on January 19, 2018. With more than 215 million users around the world, Bluestack App Player, especially gamers, prefer to play games on a larger screen using keyboard shortcuts and mouse.
The HyperG graphics system, which was first introduced with BlueStacks 3, will also be using the Android N graphics settings in Beta. This allows players to get clearer images with higher frame rates and less computing resources. BlueStacks Global Product Management Director Cathy Yang,, BlueStacks App Player N Beta ”version and updated HyperG graphics system, we provide approximately 20% reduction in CPU usage and up to 30% graphics improvement. We will continue to monitor performance data and will release an advanced version that is compatible with all PCs, including AMD and Intel processors, as soon as possible. "said.
The Beta version of BlueStack App Player can be downloaded from www.bluestacks.com.
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Established in May 2011, Silicon Valley-based technology company BlueStacks; It has offices in Beijing, Delhi, London, Tokyo, Seoul and Ho Chi Minh City with a team of 130 people. The first version of BlueStacks was released in March 2012 and reached more than 250 million users as of December 2017. To date, Ignition Partners has received more than $ 27 million in investments from Radar Partners, Andreessen-Horowitz, Samsung, Redpoint, Qualcomm, Intel, Presidio Ventures, Citrix, AMD and Helion Ventures.