It’s been a busy start to the year for the team at RootsMagic, having released RootsMagic 6 late last year, they then exhibited at RootsTech last month, have released their latest Webinar schedule … AND they have also been awarded three prestigious accolades.Full Story »
Family Historian 5 has long been the Number 1 selling genealogy software package in the UK, and is now gaining dedicated followers in Australia. The more I see of this program the more I love it, and I think you will too. In this video Simon gives us an overview of the main aspects of Family Historian, so you can see why so many have fallen in love with this Family Historian.Full Story »
The team at Unlock the Past are madly getting ready to host their 3rd History & Genealogy Cruise, which sails out of Sydney on Sunday. But they have managed to get two books released just prior to leaving. This is two from a very long list of titles expected this year. And with an amazing […]Full Story »
Reunion is a very high quality genealogy software progarm that is deliberately made for the Mac-user market. Having been around for over 20 years, this family tree program just gets better and better with each version, this latest version of Reunion (version 10) just cements that fact.Full Story »
Our favourite stories from 2012 are now available in the the first ever digital annual edition of Inside History Magazine!
That’s right, you can download Inside History Magazine’s Best of 2012 in their 2012 Annual.
The big genealogy news to hit the genealogy grapevine that is the social blogisphere, is that RootsMagic have just released an app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch – so RootsMagic users, you can now take your data with you!!Full Story »
The Australian NSW Registry of Births Deaths & Marriages Family History App is the cornerstone of building your New South Wales family tree. Find out more about your ancestors. Where they were born, where they got married, where and when they died. Are there any secrets in your family for you to uncover? Don’t leave any relatives unfound.Full Story »
YouTube is an amazing place to find ‘genealogy-related’ videos, and while browsing recently I came across a few Introduction to Family Tree Maker 2012 videos, which I know many people will find VERY useful. So here’s the first couple of videos in the series here.Full Story »
Capture the wonderful life stories of your parents, grandparents and family by video this Christmas and ensure their legacy is preserved forever using the Vimily app.Full Story »
Windows 8 has only been out for about two weeks, and we’ve already had a number of inquiries from people who have, or who it already or who are wishing to update to it, and querying if their genealogy software will work on it.Full Story »
With a growing user base of Legacy Family Tree in Australia, there have been a number of User Groups start up, and today I’m pleased to announce that Canberra now has a Legacy User Group too. So if you are in Canberra and are interested in learning more about Legacy, sharing your experiences or just need help solving a problem, feel free to join them.Full Story »
We’ve been starting to get inquiries from customers asking us “what’s happening with Family Tree Maker 2013? and “when do you expect to have it”? Well, now we finally have some answers for you … Ancestry.com has quietly announced there will be no major upgrade for Family Tree Maker this year. However, they do plan on adding numerous improvements to the current Family Tree Maker 2012.Full Story »
Have you heard of the BillionGraves Project? If you haven’t yet, you will soon … as they really are leading the way with a new way to photograph and transcribe cemetery headstones worldwide. And in doing so, it’s making millions of cemetery records readily available to the public.Full Story »