Was easy to unrar the IPA file and converter the ApexII book to pdf...
^I'm from Australia and I can open it no problem.
Kudos to PD for remembering about this app 👍 I bought the Anniversary edition and just about given up hope of ever getting the book, so it's a nice surprise. Bummer for those on Android, but give it a few months and someone will probably rip it in PDF format or similar.
The contents itself are pretty similar to the BA book included with GT5's Collector/Signature Edition. There are more pages on car mechanics, but the section on tuning is exactly the same. The track database only includes new tracks that were not in GT5, but is more detailed with pictures and different colours for track configurations (it's nice to see how the different Matterhorn configurations look together ). The car database is useful, but I was hoping they'd stop with the -- values crap. The pentagon performance map makes it pretty cool to compare cars - just see the difference between Veyron and Citroen 2CV
This has made my day. Thanks so much for sharing.
No need to hate on tablet users. Plus why would I want to read a ebook on a PC(A PC is very heavy to carry around vs a phone or tablet)?? I read ebooks or on a phone, tablet or very rarely a e-reader.Well, for another, better tip (IMO) you should stop using a tablet (I hate 'em) and view it in a proper PC
Wtf? I dont hate on tablet users, I just dislike tablets, but thats just my personal opinion.No need to hate on tablet users. Plus why would I want to read a ebook on a PC?? I read ebooks or on a phone, tablet or very rarely a e-reader.
Why would you need to read a ebook in 1080P? A normall screen is good enough for reading text and looking at a few photos.Wtf? I dont hate on tablet users, I just dislike tablets, but thats just my personal opinion.
Why would you read an ebook on a PC? Because the usual thing is to have a big 1080p (or close) screen, therefore is good to read things.