iPadian: An iPad Simulator for Windows PC

Want to try and experience the feel of an iPad on your Windows computer? Use iPadian, a iPad free simulator for Windows.

We have already seen BlueStacks App Player which lets you run Android apps on your Windows PC. iPadian lets you run iPad apps on your Windows computer.

iPadian is a free stand-alone program that does not change any settings on your Windows desktop. It simply opens a screen identical to the application of an iPad, full screen, dealing with files and Windows programs on your desktop.

It comes with a custom app store, with some iPad Extras application pre-installed, full-screen mode support and access to free resources for listening to music, watch videos, surf the Internet, chatting, communicating on Facebook and more.

iPadian is a portable app and requires no installation. You just download the file, extract the archive, and then run the file iPadian.exe. An alternative desktop is opened, offering the browser and access to Facebook on the left, the apps on the right and a dock bar at the bottom.

iPadian free download

No emulator can do full justice to the real thing, but iPadian is nevertheless a nice program you can check out. Download iPadian from here. It appears to be ad-supported.

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Anand Khanse aka HappyAndyK is an end-user Windows enthusiast, a Microsoft MVP in Windows, since 2006, and the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.
  • Transfer-Is-A-Problem

    How can I get to transfer the games I downloaded to this file

  • Rvinobca

    how to see ebooks

  • Webdev

    No… The Navigator don’t works as a Mobile Safari.

  • Chad

    Can I sync my apple ID with it so that I can download and install previously purchased apps from the app store? More specifically, I’m wanting to use my iThoughts files, which are hosted in the cloud, on my PC as well as on my ipad.

  • Nhaste

    is this app useful as a Quality Assurance tool/ Development tool?

  • http://www.facebook.com/mario.veras.33 Mario Veras

    You can’t do any of the things asked below. I don’t know how anyone can call this an “emulator” when it doesn’t run any parts of iOS, can’t run any iOS applications, and cannot emulate anything in iOS. All it is, is an iOS imitator because it just imitates the look and feel of iOS on the iPad and it’s not even doing a great job at it. At best, this is just a web browser with some code trying to imitate the look and feel of the iPad, but does nothing in the way of compatibility or running anything close to iOS code. To put it in another perspective, just because you install ObjectDock and hide the Windows taskbar doesn’t mean you are running or emulating MacOS X.

  • Andrew Lee

    I love BlueStacks it’s one of my favorite programs to use.

  • Brandon

    I love iPadian!. Plus the new version Just came out! Make sure to check it out. It is pretty awesome. http://gameplayer.ipadian.net

  • Seiji

    Download link is not working, “Your client does not have permission”.

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