Run iOS Apps in windows 7,8 – There are a lot of simulators available for running Android Apps in Windows. Bluestacks player is the simplest answer to the query “How to run Android Apps in Windows”. In one of the earlier post I have discussed about running whatsApp on Windows and now in this article I came up with iPadian an iPad emulator for running iOS Apps in Windows.
How to use iPadian to run iOS Apps in Windows
You have to download a free version of iPadian software which comes with advertisement and if you want to have ad free then you can buy it for just $2. Install the software and find the folder of installation which should be named as “iPadian”. Open the folder and double-click on iPadian.exe file.
Below is the Home Screen of iPadian Application. The Dock has options to use the computer files and documents. There is a safari browser integrated in iPadian which works perfectly fine.
You can see an icon “App Store” as also shown in the image below, clicking this icon will take you to the iOS App store from where you can search, download and install iOS App on windows operating systems.
To test the iPadian software, I try to install the WhatsApp by navigating to AppStore ->Network -> WHATSAPP. Clicking the view button next to WHATSAPP app icon took me to the next screen displaying install button. After the installation opening of whatsapp shows a different view as from Android. As I have never iOS before so it looks completely alien to me. I started testing by sending whatsapp message to my friend by entering the country code and mobile number of my friend. In this you don’t need to register and verify your own mobile number. After entering all the entries click on Send Button.
Sorry to say but it doesn’t seem working for me. You guys can try and comment below whether it worked or not.
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