I'm not entirely sure I understand the setup-- if you've got a bunch of iPads pointed at a Fiddler instance, then that Fiddler instance will show the traffic from those iPads. But it won't show what's actually happening on the iPad (e.g. if someone is playing a game, or whatever, that isn't generating web traffic).
If you're saying: "Is there a way to see the Fiddler Web Sessions list in a browser rather than in the Windows client" -- there's no built-in mechanism for this, although such a solution could be built. A more common solution would be to build an application atop FiddlerCore, and have that FiddlerCore application expose a HTML-based UI that the "Administrator" could view using any web browser.
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