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Published: September 19, 2014 | Applies to:

This article will show you the way to transform Windows 7, 8, 8.1 into iOS 8 UI using "iOS 8 Skin Pack''.

iOS 8 is now available for users across the globe, and you can update your iDevices to iOS 8 by following this guide. If you’re in the confusion that should you upgrade or not, read the review here. Now its the time to get iOS 8 UI on your Windows operating system. Today, in this article, we’ll show you how you can transform your Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 running operating system into iOS 8.

Download “iOS 8 Skin Pack” For Windows 7, 8

iOS 8 Skin Pack” is the skin pack which can transform your Windows 7, 8 into iOS 8 UI without a hitch. It also works with Windows 8.1. This skin pack is developed by our friend “Hamed SP”. He has already developed and shared a lot of skin packs for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and known worldwide for his awesome creations.

Here is the preview of iOS 8 Skin Pack:

The above said skin pack changes Windows themes, wallpapers, icons, docks, login screen, boot screen and replace them with corresponding interface elements of iOS 8, also in addition to that it installs few new features.

Following video illustrates the live demo of this skin pack on Windows 7:

You can download offline installer of this skin pack using following links:


NOTE : The above featured skin pack is a third-party customization tool for Windows. We here strongly recommend all users to create a “System Restore” point before trying or using it. It will preserve an option to revert back to previous look in case you do not like the change.

Enjoy the treat!

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  • Great quality skin pack. Well done guys!

  • true said neo. ThnQ Kapil :-)

  • Any idea when iOS is officially available.cnt wait anymore for it.

    This skin pack is not only sufficient, I need iOS7 really ^_^

  • thank’s bro …

  • excellent subject, but I have a doubt,
    installed on windows 7 32-bit and the icons on the taskbar
    are the windows, including the windows icon, this is right?
    obrigadoo and congratulations!

  • What is the encrypt password ?

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