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Thread: Running IOS app under windows

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    Running IOS app under windows


    We have a piece of scanning equipment at work that 'talks' to an App which only exists as iOS. We only have Android tablets - apart from the one ipad which lives with the scanner. In order to process the data we need to use the app which you can download from the app store but we need to find a way to run it either under android or windows.

    What can anyone suggest?!?!?


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    Estaon, Spain (N260)


    The only way is to run a virtual machine on windows with an Apple iOS installed. Under android I do not know
    Good Luck

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    Is it a windows program?

    If you have a mac, you can install bootcamp and run windows on a mac .

    you can use a java program to read files directly off a mac hard drive

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