Campbell, Calif. – BlueStacks, a Campbell-based developer of technology that allows Android applications to run on Windows machines, said on Thursday it has raised an unspecified amount in a new round of funding. Participants included AMD, Citrix Systems and other investors.
BlueStacks, which now has raised $14 million since its inception, said it will use the latest funds to accelerate product development and support its community of users.
The company last week introduced the public alpha of App Player for Windows, which so far been downloaded by consumers in more than 100 countries.
The software enables Android apps to run full-screen on Windows desktops and all-in-one PCs, with no loss of resolution. The beta release is scheduled for this winter.
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