Ever wanted to bring iOS UI to Windows? If yes, then try iPadian. It is a Windows application that clones iOS user interface. It comes with a custom app store, complete with a few pre-installed iPad apps. With iPadian, you get support for full screen mode, access to resources which provide free music and videos, Webkit browser, Social Chat, Facebook notification support and much more.
iPadian comes with a few extra options than iPad, and also excludes some major ones. For example, it contains an additional Facebook messages and notifications section on the right hand side corner, whereas it does not provide access to some native application features. The Videos app is replaced by a Movies icon which leads to a third-party website providing movie streaming for members. This is, of course, due to patent issues, as the developer obviously does not have rights to replicate or provide Apple products. Nonetheless, many applications which come pre-installed with iPadian work just fine.
iPadian provides a custom app store from where you can install some additional applications (other than the ones which come pre-installed with it). The right-side window enables you to access Facebook, Windows Live Messenger, YouTube, Yahoo, Wikipedia, Gmail and Bing.
iPadian might not be a complete iPad emulator; still, it can be used to bring some applications and functionality of an iPad to your Windows desktop. This project is quite new, and it is likely to get better with newer versions. For now, it is a good way for Windows users to use some iPad features and applications with iPadian. iPadian is an open source application, which works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.