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Software that can be used for conversion of ipa file type to dmg format.

ipa to dmg conversion is most likely searched by mac users that want for some reason to turn iTunes application package (.ipa) to .dmg file disk image. It doesn't seem very likely this possible and we have found no mentions about such conversion, so if you really need it, it would be best to contact Apple support.

Updated: December 12, 2022

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

This conversion entry was verified by us and conversion from ipa to dmg was flagged as wrong or not possible.
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Additional links: Open ipa file, Open dmg file

IPA

An ipa file extension is generally used for application packages downloaded from Apple iTunes app store. The IPA is a container format that contains app installations.

DMG

A dmg file extension is used for default disk image format in Mac OS X (macOS) that replaced the older IMG format. It is used much like ISO images on Windows platform.

Files with dmg file extension can also be found as binary dumps created by Oracle programs. Should not be confused with the common Mac OS X (macOS) disk image that also shares the DMG extension.

 

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