So now that android devices are all the rage with techies everywhere and the manufacturers of mobiles are trying to make their device ubiquitous among all human beings, many developers are now trying to find ways to port popular Android applications to run on windows Phone. It seems very difficult as there are no standard interfaces or file formats that these developers can use when designing apps that will run on Windows Phone. Yes, they still do exits some fairly easy tricks that you could use to install Android applications on your windows Phone and use them just like you use on your other favorite Android phones. However, I have been wondering whether it is possible at all to get some of the more popular Android apps for my phone. For example, I already have an app that allows me to Google Maps on my phone... did I ever wonder whether I could do the same thing on my Windows Phone?
In fact, it is extremely easy to download than the gangster on your phone and install it on your PC. You will first need to get the software from the Google play store. This is like if you were purchasing the app from the google store on your PC; all you would need to do is install the software on your phone (which will require you to be connected to the internet via mobile data or WAN connection) and once you have installed it, you could then log into your account at google play store and buy any apps you want.
Now, you might say that this is a gimmick, but I think that you will agree that you are not going to find any good app in the market that does not require you to use the internet. So, how do you do it? Simply go to the firebox studio website and download the software. You can also get the software from the developer's site. However, this particular app has a fair bit of ads and other stuff on it that is the distraction that you are required to free yourself from, and once you are done with installing the app, you can then log into your account at google play store, buy any Bhai the Gangsta games you want and download them to your phone. Enjoy!