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I find it a LOT easier than trying to use a pdf of the nec on my ipad.
When I downloaded it, I found out that there no longer is T310-16 There was no . on the side to tell me something was deleted.

It works offline just fine, no wifi or cellular data needed.
 

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I find it a LOT easier than trying to use a pdf of the nec on my ipad.
When I downloaded it, I found out that there no longer is T310-16 There was no . on the side to tell me something was deleted.

It works offline just fine, no wifi or cellular data needed.
This is what I do, too!
 

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JohnR said:
I find it a LOT easier than trying to use a pdf of the nec on my ipad.
When I downloaded it, I found out that there no longer is T310-16 There was no . on the side to tell me something was deleted.

It works offline just fine, no wifi or cellular data needed.
I like the PDF when I'm in a non service location. I have both the 2011 NEC & 2008 handbook.
But searching thru them is a pain.
I wish McGraw Hill would make an app for the handbook.
 

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Thanks. It's now on my iPhone, iPad, and iMac.:thumbsup:
 
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I just throw the PDF into my Dropbox so I can call it up on any computer or smart device I want to. :whistling2:
I've got the PDF on my computer but I could not get to sync with my iPhone so this app work out well.

Plus the app is super fast compared to the PDF .
 
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