Android emulator ‘BlueStacks 5’ is no longer in beta, stable version available
The BlueStacks 5 is officially out of beta, and it now has a stable release, the company confirmed.
BlueStacks 5 is one of the best emulators which you can find to run Android games on the PC. It has been in beta for a while, but now has a stable version. This version is ready to download for all users.
This version has seen many improvements and both Windows and MacOS users can download it. The previous version, BlueStacks 4, was released in 2018 and gamers have been waiting for a long time to download the enhanced version. The company says it has rewritten the new version and that it is totally different from BlueStacks 4.
BlueStacks currently has over a billion downloads and supports up to 500 million players worldwide. The company claims BlueStacks 5 can “elevate your gaming experience to another level”, and its gaming experience is like never before, thanks to improved performance and higher FPS.
BlueStacks 5 officially released from beta
According to BlueStacks, the stable version has up to 50% faster boot time and uses 40% reduced RAM when reading on a single instance and 50% when reading on multiple instances. CPU and GPU usage is also reduced by up to 87% and 97%.
Improved engine for smoother and higher FPS, improved performance over BlueStacks 4, and improved interface are other things you can find in BlueStacks 5.
Additionally, the BlueStacks 5 is still based on Android 7 Nougat, which might not be good news for gamers using the latest version of Android. So you should expect compatibility issues and similar issues.
The stable version does not have a significant update compared to the beta version. However, users can find it faster and error free. While in beta, some users reported experiencing game crashes and issues using the games they purchased. We hope all these errors have been fixed in the final version.