Using a Mobile App

For those with a Smart Phone / I-Phone, you can have easy access to your family tree information. Using the App is considered one of the best to use.

Right at your fingertips, you will view any new information or hints / clues that come in about your ancestors. There might even be an unknown photo available.

With a little bit of time, you can add names, information and photos using the mobile phone also. – always keeping your family tree up-to-date.

The best part is the app is Free and can be downloaded to your mobile device (phone, I-Pad, Android or tablet) making it convenient room to room, even in the backyard. There are three sources to download the app – Google Play, Amazon and Apple App Store, all three you can select which one to click on from the info page.

If you have never tried a genealogical app, this could be the right time to try it out. See if it works for you.

Photos: logo; Info shown on an App; I-Phone and Android use.

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