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How to Install iOS Apps on Windows PC Using iPadian?

Posted in Article, Mobile2 years ago • Written by Nyaz2 Comments

Do you Want to run your favorite iPad apps and games on Windows computer? In this article we are going to show you how to install ios apps on Windows PC Using iPadian emulator, Do you wish you could run iOS apps on Windows? You’re not alone and let me be frank: it’s not possible. Here’s what is possible, though. Everyone wants to use iOS device but due to high price we get back. For those people i brought this video tutorial on How to run iOS on your Windows PC. So you can turn your windows PC or Laptop in to an iOS device.

Install iOS Apps on Windows PC Using iPadian

iPadian is a free iPad simulator for PCs running Windows XP or higher. It overlays itself on your desktop and requires no installation, you simply download the file from the iPadain website, extract the archive and run the ipadian.exe file. It launches an alternative desktop that looks and feels like an iPad home screen.

Step 1: In iPadain website there is two Pricing Free and Paid, Select the price that you want. The paid is having anything you want but the free one do not have anything, in this case I have selected free one. to do that go to ipadain website, scroll down click on Download for free, as shown in figure.

Install iOS Apps on Windows PC Using iPadian

Install iOS Apps on Windows PC Using iPadian

When you Click on Download for Free from the left site in website, and then click download. When downloading is finished open the ipadain setup to open welcome to the setup wizard, then click “Next” to continue with the installation.

Install iOS Apps on Windows PC

Install iOS Apps on Windows PC

When you click on Next on the welcome to the setup wizard, this will download and install the software on your computer. This will download recommended file because it will be downloading there needed file.

Step 2: Now that you have installed iPadian emulator on your computer, it would be extremely easy for you to download and run apps on your PC.

Install iOS Apps on Windows PC

Install iOS Apps on Windows PC

There are also some major interface issues. 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 occasionally).

Step 3: Open iPadian on your computer and you will see the ‘App Store’icon on the dashboard. Click on the icon and you will be taken to the application store.

Step 4: Next you need to search for the apps and then you can click on the Free button and the application will be downloaded on your computer and ready to run.

Install iOS Apps on Windows PC

Install iOS Apps on Windows PC

Step 5: Once downloaded, you will see the icon of the application in the app drawer of iPadian. You can launch the app by clicking on the icon.

I hope that after following the steps above you won’t face any issues in running iOS apps on Windows PC. If you still face any troubles then please let us know via the comments below and we will try our best to solve your issues.

Conclusion: At the most, iPadian simulates the look and feel of an iOS device and at the least it’s like using iOS skins for Windows, with the added bonus of actually being able to use a couple of popular apps. But, despite this, it has no touch-screen support so you won’t be able to use a touch-screen monitor on Windows 10. For now, you are limited to point-and-click with the mouse.


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  1. Geaorge June 2, 2017 at 1:30 pm - Reply

    Hi there,
    I have a *****.ipa file on my pc hard drive.
    I wish to run it in iPadian.
    But don’t know how ?
    Could you please explain how I can do this.
    Thank You

    • Nyaz June 3, 2017 at 8:17 pm - Reply

      You can’t. If it was downloaded via the iTunes store it was built for a different processor and won’t work in the iPadian.

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