Download Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA 5) for iPad, Untested GTA 5 Hack for iPhone

Grand Theft Auto 5 for iOS iPad and iPhone

If you’re tired of waiting for Rockstar Games to pay more attention to the iOS community, you’re not alone. Almost four years after Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA 5 or GTAV) was released to gaming consoles and PCs, iOS and Android still don’t have the official game.

But don’t lose heart, because Grand Theft Auto 5 is, in fact, available for iPads, and has been for a while. There’s still no stable version of GTA 5 for iPhone as far as we know, unfortunately. The ones that are available all have some issue or other, so we can’t recommend them. The best of these, however, is this one. You may find some controller bugs and other issues, but it works for the most part on iPhones running iOS 8 and higher.

But if you have an iPad, this hack of Grand Theft Auto 5 shown below works really well.

The creators of this hack, DWGAMEZ, have deliberately tweaked the graphics requirements since it’s for the iPad rather than a fully capable gaming console or PC, but they’ve also said that the changes are “really small and hardly noticeable.”

The content is currently behind a social locker, so in order to access the download link, you’ll have to like or share the creator’s social account. Once you click on the download link, you may be shown a number of offers/surveys. Please review this page to learn how to get past that.

Once you download the files, review the instructions before installing GTA 5 on your iPad. It’s very important that you do this. And if there are any issues, you can contact the creators of this version.

Click here to go to the page that has the download link, then do the social like/share to get download access:

GTA 5 for iPad

NOTE: 1redDrop is not associated with the creators of this version of Grand Theft Auto 5 for iPad. For any issues or questions, please contact DWGAMEZ directly through their website.

Grand Theft Auto 5 Trivia

If you didn’t know, the logo for Grand Theft Auto 5 is an adaptation of the design from the 1899 five-dollar bill, also called the Indian Chief note. See below:

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