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What are a list of programs that will allow me to run iphone apps on windows7
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There is no offical tool to do that convert iphone apps to window , but there is some option, you may check that
Did you read the article ?
http://maniacdev.com/2010/01/iphone-development-windows-options-available

Hope it will help on your question

Duncan
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by:rgb192
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I am not looking to develop apps.

I just do not want to look for iphone, ipad to run apps and prefer windows desktop keyboard typing.
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The simple answer is you CANNOT run iOS apps on Windows.  
There is no iOS emulator for Windows so therefore no way to run iPad and iPhone apps.
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by:rgb192
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okay, I believe the answer is now no.

thanks
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