Pinterest, the latest internet addiction, has genealogists everywhere sharing photos, records and research inspiration via online bulletin boards. Here’s how you can get in on the action.
Don’t let your family tree program be a one-trick pony. Take advantage of these little-known features to enhance your research.
The number of genealogy apps available for tablet and mobile devices seem to grow every day. From major family research companies like Ancestry.com to small oral interviewing applications like Saving Memories Forever, the entire genealogy community has recognized the importance of being available for iPad, iPhone and Android. Check out some of our recent reviews, as well as round-ups of our favorite social and photograph-sharing apps for genealogists.
Learn about the most popular genealogy software for Windows and PC, including price, manufacturer, pros and cons, as well as reviews and links to download.
Learn about the most popular genealogy software for Mac, including price, manufacturer, pros and cons, as well as reviews and links to download.
When it comes to free genealogy software, are you aware of all the programs at your fingertips? Each of the family tree software below is available for free, free trial or free demo, and we've rated and reviewed some of the best for both Mac and Windows. Take your time and find out what best fits your family research.
Hit the online road with this travel guide of starter tips and sites guaranteed to rev up your ancestral search.
Bring your ancestors to life with a visit to a living history museum. Here’s your planning guide.
Reunion is back with its typical usability made exclusively for Mac users, but it’s better than ever. Check out how Reunion jumps ahead of the pack with this version upgrade of the fan-favorite genealogy program.