In the true sense, iPadian is not an iOS emulator. It just simulates iOS user interface on your PC. It is desktop application developed using and is not a true emulator that allow you to run any iPad apps on Windows computer. You will not be able to play your iPad apps or access iTunes on your computer using this software. iPadian provides access to a virtual app store that gives the feeling you are using iOS app store but behind the scenes it is just a packaged set of apps that run on Windows. It has nothing to do with iOS.
If you are looking for a real iOS emulator to run iPad apps on your Windows PC, then iPadian is not your choice. You must consider some other emulators like iEmu. Apple provides an , which allows you to run iPhone, iPad and iPod apps on a Mac computer. There is no official iOS emulator for Windows yet from Apple and I doubt if they will ever release one since the operating platforms are significantly different and it is not possible to come up with a near perfect emulator.
There are no perfect ways to run and iPad apps on your Windows or OS X PC. The best way to use your favourite iOS apps on your laptop or PC is by using a simulator. The best way we've found is iPadian: a free Adobe AIR-based iPad simulator which allows you to run more iPhone- and iPad apps in an iPad-like interface on your own PC desktop. (See also: .)