How to Play an iPad App on a PC
Playing an iPad app on a PC isn’t something that you can do in the strictest sense of the term. Play an iPad app on a PC with help from a software engineer with broad and extensive experience developing embedded system firmware and providing global engineering software, tool and process support in this free video clip.
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Hi, I'm Mat Pierce and this is how to play an iPad app on a PC. Well the short answer to that is you can't directly play an iPad app on a PC. You could have a simulator that runs on a McIntosh and then you can download the app onto your simulator. You have to have a developer license to be able to do that. It's kind of complicated and costs some money, however, on the PC there is something called iPadian which you can download that gives you a simulated iPad that runs iOS applications on it, however, the bridge between it and the iTunes store isn't there so you can't download any apps off the iTunes store, you have to go from the iPadian store. So if you look here on this website, you will get the information you need to download and install iPadian and notice it says down here you download it, if you look down here, you will notice that it tells you that it has preloaded apps in the iPadian, however, you have to rely on iPadian's own app store to be able to run iPad apps. So you can't directly go from the iTunes store onto a PC device but you can use iPadian or you can get a McIntosh developer license and get the iPad simulator for your McIntosh.