How to download apps from Google Play on your PC

To be able to download Google Play apps to your PC through BlueStacks and export them to a computer it’s as simple as using the Multimedia Manager. With the APK files you download from the built-in Play Store, things can get more complicated because no APK files as such are stored so we won’t be able to drag and drop it for its installation. The solution is using ES File Explorer for this task.

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Is it legal to use Google Play on your PC?

Using Google Play on a PC is completely legal and lawful at present. No laws are broken by doing so as it’s installed by default on the Android emulator called BlueStacks. Google has never prevented this emulator or any other similar software from having access to their app store and neither should we expect any major changes in this sense. However, as the owner of the platform, Google can always change its opinion whenever it wants and file lawsuits against third-parties due to possible dishonest uses of its infrastructure. Therefore, you can never trust 100% the legal situation of anything.

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How to uninstall Google Play from your PC

To be able to remove Google Play from your PC the only thing you’ve got to do is uninstall BlueStacks. The official Android marketplace is installed by default on BlueStacks and used through this emulator. Therefore uninstalling the Play Store from your computer involves uninstalling BlueStacks. As simple as that. Just in case you didn’t know, BlueStacks is the solution to be able to use the Google Play Store on a Windows PC, allowing us to download things from the store on the emulator and transfer them to our computer.

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