The Bluestacks App Player Set For Beta
The Bluestacks app player has now been released as virtualization software for windows. It allows users to run android applications on the window’s platform. The alpha version has been around for four months now and so far many people have seen great potential in the application.
The Bluestacks team wants to introduce a Beta version and is currently inviting testers for the new version. If you are interested all you need to do is go their site, sign up and get accepted into the program. You simply type bluestcacks.wufoo.com into the address bar of your browser and an application page displays. You will be asked to state you are from, the operating system on your machine, the level of experience you have, what kind of android phone you have, the applications you use the most and whether you would be willing to submit a review. In the section concerning why you think you would be a good tester, take a minute to think about the answer. The answer to this section is actually what will determine whether you make the cut or not. Take you time.
On clicking on the submit button you will proceed to a page informing you that trials for the alpha version are over. This shouldn’t trouble you. Just type your email in the space provided and click on subscribe. The browser will go to a site asking you to confirm your application by clicking on a link. This link will be provided via email. You should however note that the number of testers for the Beta version is limited to 100, therefore hurry before all positions are filled up. If you haven’t had the chance to try out the Bluestacks application you can download it from their site. Please note that the beta version is not out yet.