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Run Windows Apps on your iPad with new Parallels Mobile App

Sep 15 2010, 2:16am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Run Windows Apps on your iPad with new Parallels Mobile App
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The new Parallels Desktop 6 supports remote access on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

Parallels unveiled a new app dubbed Parallels Mobile app for the Apple iPad, iPod touch and iPhone. The app and service allows users of Parallels Desktop 6 for Mac and Parallels Desktop 6 Switch to Mac Edition, to use their iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch to access and utilize Windows applications running on a Mac from any network, from anywhere, at any time.

The new Parallels Mobile app, a client and a service built upon the MyParallels services platform, is complementary with either edition of Parallels Desktop 6 and can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store.

With the Parallels new mobile app and MyParallels service, you can freely perform tasks that have been unavailable or limiting to iPad users such as printing, viewing Flash-based websites and full use of productivity applications like Outlook. This is pretty cool if you are into that whole virtualization stuff and like to run Windows apps on your Mac.

You can watch a demo video of the Parallels Mobile App below.

 

 

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