This is a quite old forum. I'm pleased to say I fixed my iPad, and now have a better idea of how Shape works. I have also discovered that I can share my shapes between apps via CC Libraries, which are one of my favourite features of recent CC versions. I'd still like to use the Shape on my desktop PC though, so would welcome and pointers in that respect.
I'm not completely sure I understand your question: Are you hoping that there's an Adobe Shape app for desktop?
Fixed iPad: Always good.
Adobe Shape on Windows: not offered as a desktop app from Adobe
If you want to run mobile (Android / iOS) apps on your desktop, you'll need third party software like BlueStacks emulator
It's an emulator, so it's not the best experience.
As you probably know now, the best part about Shape is the ability to take it with you on your camera--i-mean-phone.
When it's on your desktop/laptop through an emulator, you need to hold your source in front of your webcam (if it's supported by the emulator)
Best use for Shape to Desktop workflow for me has been:
1. Create with Shape (mobile device)
2. Open library in Illustrator CC
3. Edit vectors in Illustrator