If you’re a Windows 8 user frustrated with the paltry selection of apps, or a Mac OS X user who wants an Android experience without having to buy any additional hardware, BlueStacks offers a virtual Android environment, complete with access to the Google Play store.Believe me this is totally cool!
It’s available for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8, and Mac OSX.
Interface: It is pretty cool and fluidly good. Just check out.
To find apps in BlueStacks, we clicked the Search button. After typing what we wanted and tapping “Find,” it only took a couple of seconds for BlueStacks to return all of the relevant results.
After we tapped Install, we were asked to log into our Google account. BlueStacks then asked to set up 1-Click Sync, requiring us to log into the Google account that we used on the device we wanted to send apps to. Then, we selected all the devices we wanted to sync with BlueStacks. The app will detect all the gadgets that you use to log into that particular Google account.
Just take a look at the official website: http://www.bluestacks.com/
This is how you install bluestacks(It is a bit boring):