Wondering how to use BeReal on your PC or Mac? We have got you covered!
BeReal, a photo-sharing app dubbed anti-Instagram, is the trending app of the moment. The app prompts people every day at a random time to post an unfiltered, real picture of themselves, unless there was no BeReal today.
The app is available on both Android and iOS devices. But is BeReal available on PC? Let's find out.
Can You Use BeReal On PC Or Mac?
Unlike Instagram or TikTok, BeReal doesn't have a web version - as of now. And in our opinion, it is highly unlikely that the developers will introduce a web version in the future.
The BeReal app has only limited functionalities right now. All you can do is post pictures, see other people's posts, and react and comment on them with RealMojis.
You cannot perform the former action on your PC, and developing a web version to only do the latter two isn't worth the effort. So, an official BeReal web is highly unlikely.
But that doesn't mean you can't enjoy BeReal on your PC. There is a workaround to use BeReal on your PC. Keep reading!
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How To Use BeReal On PC Or Mac
You can use BeReal on a PC or Mac with the help of Bluestacks. It is a free Android emulator that allows you to run Android apps on your PC or Mac. Here are the steps you need to follow to run BeReal on your PC or Mac.
- Go here to download and install BlueStacks.
- Open BlueStacks and complete Google sign-in to access the Play Store.
- On Play Store, look for BeReal in the search bar at the top right corner.
- Click to install BeReal from the search results.
- Once installed, click the BeReal icon on the home screen to open the app.
Now, you can login to your BeReal and start using it. Since the app is unstable, you may face problems like the BeReal app not working properly or the BeReal can't add friends issue. For an optimised experience, we recommend using BeReal on your smartphone.
Before you leave, have a look at other BeReal tutorials such as how to see BeReal without posting and how to take two pictures on BeReal.