Pieceable Viewer Enables You to Run iPhone Apps on PC/Mac, Browser

Pieceable has finally announced mobile app, Pieceable Viewer that allows you to run embedded iOS apps from any web page.

What a user can do is, he can run Flash and imitate the iOS functions and eventually take the apps on web browser. The creators of the service suggests that developers should not be worried about the UDID shuffle or 100 device limit which is often related to bring the newly created app into testers’ hands. But from now on, a web-based version may also be used for testing; however, about credibility of the testing, no matter you opt to trust it for fixing the bugs or finding something new, we are still unclear.

Piecebale Viewer is a mobile app that allows the developers to simply email the link to the target audience having access to a web browser and they need not to alter any code in the app. Developers can simply submit their created application and the rest will be taken care by Pieceable.

According to TechCrunch, the service is not free, however, on their first sign up, developers will get one simultaneous viewer and one application for free all along with the restriction that the application link will expire within one hour.

Currently the Viewer has a tiered-pricing plan, with Free getting you 1 simultaneous viewer, 1 app and a link that expires, $30 getting you 3 simultaneous viewers and 5 iPhone apps, and $60 getting you 10 viewers, unlimited apps in addition to app links that never expire.

This mobile app is not first of its sort from the company that it has brought to desktop as we already have some services such as BlueStacks that imitates Android and run as if user is navigating on its Android device. However, the BlueStacks is just Windows based whereas the current Pieceable Viewer works for both Windows and Mac.

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