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Parallels brings Linux/Windows/ChromeOS to iOS devices

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This will either be nauseating or exciting to many of you but that version of Parallels  ($39/$49/$79/$99) that is available today also has a free iPhone component which allows you to view your Parallels Desktop instance remotely with iOS devices.  While much easier to manipulate on the iPad, the application lets you navigate through Windows on your iPhone as well.  Parallels on iPad above and iPhone below.

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