How to Download Apps from the Google Play Store to a Computer

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    Some Android games are really awesome and perhaps you’d likely to play these games on a big screen with easy controls. But, there is no direct way to download and use Android games or apps on a system. You need to install an emulation software or a similar program to do so. BlueStacks is a free emulation application that enables a computer to access all the Android apps.

    Source:- download apps from the google play store


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