Its no secret that the number of people swapping from PC to Mac is on the rise, and a number of those people are also into genealogy. iFamily for Mac is one of the growing number of programs that are available for genealogy Mac users.
iFamily for Mac is not a new program. In fact it is simply a renamed one, having periously been known as iFamily for Tiger and iFamily for Leopard. Obviously with the release of new operating systems, it made sense to change to name to a much better, and much more appropriate name, considering it now works with OSX systems beyond Leopard.
A portion of the description we have for iFamily for Mac says the following …
iFamily for Mac is a genealogy program for people who think differently. Whereas other genealogy software tends to emphasize the family unit, this software’s focus is on each individual person. This distinction is subtle and is a feature of iFamily for Mac. In iFamily you can see at a glance whether an individual has more than 2 parents or more than 1 spouse.
To visually give you an idea of what this program can do, have a look at this short video …
If you feel that you’d like to have a go at it youself, there is a free version that you can down download and try. The demo version of iFamily for Leopard lasts for 10 days and the only function that is unavailable is the export to Gedcom. The free version even lets you import a Gedcom file containing more than 100,000 people! Just head to www.ifamilyformac.com to get started.
Visit the iFamily for Mac website www.ifamilyformac.com
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