Apple iPhone is being fascinating smartphone is costlier also. iPhone has been the best and classy smartphone in the market that people usually think of luxury about having it. But many people can’t afford it and are using Android smartphone and this has led to huge growth in the Android smart marketing.
Out of 100 people hardly 2 of them would be having iOS smartphone. But when it comes to run iOS apps on Android this seems to be pretty much hard job and users are bit afraid and confused to ” How to run iOS apps in Android device”.
So guy’s inthis Article I m going to clear all your doubt and going to tell a simpler method to run iOS apps in Android device without root.
There are a number of reasons why you would want to run Apple IOS apps on Android using IOS emulators. Some of the apps and games are only available for IOS and not on Android so you may want to check them out. Especially games that launch early on iOS take a little while to come on Android so it would make sense that you try to emulate them on the platform you readily have.
Note: The IOS emulators on Android are not official pieces of software. There also not available on Google play store so you’ll have to go to third-party links to download them. Of course, there is an inherent risk on obtaining pieces of software there are not available officially on Google Play Store. You also have to sideload the APK files on your smartphone, which is also a big risk. While we ran these APKs on our best phone and found no malicious code here in them, there is still always going to be a risk of your device getting infected. If you’re already here, you probably know all the risks involved so we won’t detail those. However, we are not responsible for any kind of harm these third party APKs might do to your device.
Run Apple iOS Apps On Android Using iOS Emulators
How To Run Apple iOS Apps On Android With iOS Emulators:
- First of all, download the iOS emulators from below links.
- Go and open the app where it had saved.
- Install the emulator on your android device.
- The emulator will install padiod.
- Tap the padiod icon on the homepage.
Using iEMU Emulator to Run iOS Apps
The iEMU emulator is one of the best emulators to run iOS applications on Android. It can be easily downloaded, installed and used. To download it, click on this link and follow the steps below.
1. If you downloaded the apk file using your computer, you will need to transfer the file to your Android device. It will take roughly about 60MB of space.
2. Go to your Android device’s Settings, then navigate to Security settings and enable “Allow installations of apps from unknown sources.”
Navigate to where you have the iEMU apk file stored and tap on it to install.
After successfully installing the emulator, check the installed applications; you will see an application called AIO Downloader. (The second app on the screenshot below.) Tap on it to run it.
This app will enable you to download iOS applications and run them using the emulator. In my case I downloaded the iMusic application. Download the iOS application of your choice and enjoy running and using it on your Android device.
The only disadvantage associated with this emulator is that it only supports .zip and .ipas files.
Using the Cider App to Run iOS Apps
Cider is another application that runs iOS applications on an Android device. This application was developed by a group of students who claim that both Android and iOS are running on ARM-run hardware. The application is still at the advanced research stage but works well. It, however, has one disadvantage compared to the iEMU emulator – it has no support for GPS, Bluetooth, or any other location services.
The first thing to do is download the Cider apk file. When the download completes, transfer the file to your Android device and install it.
On successful installation, go to your device’s app drawer and locate the Cider application. Tap on it to launch it. This opens the emulator where you are now able to download and run iOS applications. I downloaded the iOS messaging application which worked the same way it works on iOS.