Parallels Access ‘applifies’ your Windows and Mac applications, letting you remotely access and experience them as if they were made for iPad. Tap, swipe, pinch and scroll any Mac or PC software application—even if they were not optimized for the iPad—and get more done on-the-go!
So, I decided to try the app out with Logos 5 and was pleasantly surprised with my experience. Here are a few screenshots.
In all I will say that I enjoyed having a fully operational Logos 5 right on my iPad. While there is some getting use to, I think Parallels Access is something I may consider subscribing to. Unlike the standard desktop application Parallels offers, there is a $80 a year subscription. This might seem odd, but it is following the practice of other big companies that have switched over to a subscription model.