How to play iOS apps on PC
Hi everyone in this blog I’m explaining about how to play
ios apps on pc.
There are no perfect ways to run iPhone apps and iPad apps
on your Windows or OS X PC. The best way to use your favourite iOS apps on your
laptop or PC is by using a simulator. The best way we've found is iPadian: a
free Adobe AIR-based iPad simulator which allows you to run more iPhone- and
iPad apps in an iPad-like interface on your own PC desktop.
However, there are some significant down sides: you can't
access the Apple App store, so you're restricted to iPadian's own custom app
store. If any reader knows of any iPhone- or iPad simulation software that can
run all apps we'd love to hear from you in the comments below.
With iPadian's own store there are plenty of apps, but it's
still quite limited. Choose the Games category, for instance, and you'll find
fewer than 10 apps on offer.
There are also interface issues which will affect most PCs
and laptops running any simulator of this type. The iPad is designed for touch,
so using anything similar on a desktop, with just a mouse and keyboard, is
never going to be ideal. You can still find your way around by clicking on
buttons, but it all feels a little clunky, and the program doesn't allow you to
use the mouse to simulate swipes (although spinning the mouse wheel will scroll
How to run iOS apps on PC:
First of all download iPadian here. Unzip the download file,
run iPadian.exe. Some security software incorrectly pings iPadian as malware -
if you have downloaded from a reputable source such as PC Advisor Downloads you
need not worry - just click through to download.
During the install process you may need to install Windows
.NET Framework. When prompted to do so, do so. You'll also be asked to update
to the latest version of Adobe Flash. This is important for security reasons.
At the end of the install iPadian will open up. You'll be
taken to a desktop that is a cross between Windows and iOS. Key apps such as
Facebook and YouTube are already installed. Head to the 'App Store' to install
Open up and use apps as you would on your iPad.
When you want to return to Windows simply click the Windows
symbol in the bottom righthand corner.
And that's it! iPadian is not a silver bullet if you want to
use on your laptop the iPad apps you installed on your iPad. But it is a good
simulator. If you know of any better way of using iPad apps on PC or laptop,
let us know.
check more post on desktop troubleshooting here