Parallels Desktop

Parallels Desktop

Category: Business
Version: 1.7.2
Adult Rating: 4+
Filesize: 292.80 MB
Developer: Parallels International GmbH
Compatibility:   iOS 10.14.6 +.



Download Parallels Desktop 1.7.2 for iPhone/iPad by Parallels International GmbH directly from Apple Appstore. This app version requires iOS 4+ to be able to install and run.

It should be noted that this website doesn't provide the IPA file for the Apps listed


Parallels Desktop® App Store Edition is a fast, easy and powerful application for running Windows both on a Mac with the Apple M1 chip and a Mac with an Intel processor - all without rebooting. NOTE: It is not recommended that existing Parallels Desktop for Mac users move to Parallels Desktop App Store Edition. Parallels Desktop Installation Assistant helps you to get up and running in a few minutes. Powerful performance lets you run many Windows apps on your Mac, including games and CAD programs. FEATURES: - Download and install Windows in two clicks. - Share Mac folders with Windows—including Desktop, Documents, and Downloads. - NEW: Drag and drop text or graphics between macOS and Windows apps. - NEW: Enhanced desktop, video, and gaming experience with a higher refresh rate. - NEW: Use the Trusted Platform Module 2.0 device in Windows. - 3D graphics acceleration up to DirectX® 11.1. - Copy/paste formatted text and files between macOS, Windows, and Linux. - Drag and drop files and images between macOS, Windows, and Linux. - Resize the window to get the desired Windows or Linux resolution. - Use Mac printers in Windows and Linux. - Connect USB devices to Windows and Linux. - And many more... PRICING:  - Creating and editing virtual machine configurations is available for free.  - Running virtual machines requires an in-app purchase of an auto-renewable subscription (1 year). You can cancel at any time.  - There is a fully functional 14-day trial to test Parallels Desktop before the subscription starts. SUPPORTED OPERATING SYSTEMS - On a Mac with an Intel processor, you can run most Windows, Linux, and macOS versions. - On a Mac with the Apple M1 chip, you can run Windows 10 (and Windows 11) on ARM Insider Preview, Ubuntu Linux, Fedora Linux, Debian GNU/Linux, and Kali Linux (all ARM-based versions). NOTE: See the full list of supported operating systems and system requirements at  FEEDBACK  We want you to be completely satisfied with Parallels Desktop. If you have any feedback, problems, or concerns, please contact us at


  • very good

    By Zaid al-hassan
    i can use IOS and Windows together
  • I can actually play Windows games!

    By Geeky Jonny
    Not graphically intensive ones, of course, but it does allow me to play the Bedrock version of Minecraft. On my Macbook!
  • Lot of bugs

    By gr8flyer
    sign in was impossible, requiring changing my password, then it said I was timed out. then it would not let me sign in due to unusual activity. What a hot mess.
  • Not working!

    Very difficult!
  • Lo nuevo del año 2022

    By Pepino48
    Es una apps muy vuena
  • Good Student Pricing

    By :);):D:bXD
    I was so worried about having a GIS course using a Mac. This app has provided me with the support I need to successed in school without getting a new computer. I love it!
  • 95% there

    By bbeebe
    Just wish it had a way to make the Windows window smaller (not full screen) or better yet, the ability to open Windows apps om the Mac environment like VMware does. Otherwise, works great.
  • forget it...

    By Captain Merlin
    Subscription? Really? Thank you but NO!
  • doesnt work as intended

    By m0nk3ynugg3ts
    the games i tried to download with parallels dont fully load and i cant revert it back to windows 10
  • Payment Required to Function

    By Kitty cat lover1
    I downloaded this so I could play certain games that Apple doesn't support. After everything was complete, it was asking for subscriptions which I clicked off of only to find out it is pay gated. By labeling it as a subscription and letting you click off of it, it makes it seem like it would be free to use. There should have been more emphasis on the required subscription.