People have often wondered if it was possible to run iOS apps on windows PC and the simple answer is yes and that is via the use of iPadian. As we might know, Bluestacks and youwave are android emulators which allows you to run android apps on PC as as such, iOS users are not left out.
First, let’s go over to understanding what iPadian is. Ipadian is an iPad emulator or simulator for PC which allows you to run iPad apps on your windows PC and this apps can be used on windows, Linux and Mac.
What iPadian does is that, it clones the iOS user interface to handle the computer as if it were an iPad device hence making iOS apps run on the system.
The Ipadian app also comes with a custom app store from which you can download more apps and also come pre-installed with iPad apps. There’s no access to the official Apple App store, too, which means you’re relying on iPadian’s own store for apps, which is incredibly limited seeing as it basically only works with apps that use the web or their own web-based API.
How To Use iPadian To Run iOS Apps On Windows PC?
First, you need to download iPadian from Google Project. The iPadian simulator does not require any installation, all you need do is extract the folder and launch the iPadian.exe file. Please make sure your PC already has adobe air installed.
Ipadian will automatically overlay itself over your desktop and you can begin to use the pre-installed apps on your iPadian desktop.
Some feature of iPadian is that, its of small size when downloading, specifically around 36MB, its fast and no need to install, just click and play. Uses low memory and CPU load and has got an attractive interface.
The iOS emulator could be some time slow but a very good option for running iOS apps on windows PC.