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Bluestacks' New Gamepop Android Console Takes on Ouya with 'Netflix for Games' Approach

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Known for bringing Android apps to Windows and the Mac, Bluestacks is following Ouya with the launch of its own independent Android console called Gamepop. Positioning itself as a "Netflix for games" but with hardware, Bluestacks will provide Gamepop owners with unlimited access to Android titles for a $6.99 monthly fee, and will even throw in a free console and gaming controller to kick off its May pre-orders.

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