Test how your apps will look like on Retina Display iPad with this simple tool

Since Apple has not provided any tool to iPad app developers for testing how there apps will work and look like on the upcoming iPad 3 that is expected to feature Retina Display screen, developer Ryan Petrich developed a handy tool that allows third party app developers to test their current apps at 2048×1536 resolution. His tool is called “Retina Simulator” and is available for free.

Petrich’s tool does nothing more than simulating the app at 2048×1536 resolution, but that is what most developers wanted to check and now they can. If you are a developer and want to see your app running at Retina Display for iPad resolution, then download Retina Simulator tool here.


Related Posts:

  1. Facebook for iOS gets updated to add Retina Display support for iPad and more
  2. Retina Display size images found in Apple’s new iPad apps
  3. Adobe’s Photoshop Touch app gets Retina-sized. Brings 12 megapixel editing support and new features
  4. Evernote and Kindle apps updated to add new features and iPad Retina Display support
  5. Apple airs new ad to promote ‘stunning’ Retina Display on the new iPad

If you enjoyed this post then share it and tell us what you think by leaving a comment below.