What iPad apps should you consider for your genealogy? Good question! In this post I go through 15 iPad Apps I use for genealogy and family history to give you an idea of what is out there so you can do genealogy "on the go." Take a look at these 15 iPad apps and see if they're a right fit for you and how you research.
"What family tree app do you recommend for my iPad?" — I get that question all the time. I'm not going to lie. I LOVE being able to sit in my living room with my light and easy to hold iPad and search for my ancestors. Here are 9 family tree iPad apps you can consider using depending on your situation.
You're frustrated. Your head is about to explode. You've a nagging headache. And you just spent another weekend banging your head against that genealogy brick wall on Ancestry.com. You're stuck in an online research rut. And it's time to get unstuck. Here are 5 tips to get you unstuck on Ancestry.com.
Learn to set-up & organize your genealogy & family history research with OneNote, an often overlooked app in the Microsoft Office suite. Mimicking offline file systems, it's easy to pick up & use which means more time for researching your ancestors! Get organized & start researching productively with OneNote!
Learn to set-up and organize your genealogy and family history research with Evernote, a popular productivity app that promises to help you collect and organize your files and notes, and make them available on all your devices. Get those genealogy files organized with Evernote!
Think you've looked everywhere for your ancestors? Think again! Try all of these resources (mostly FREE) to help you find more about your ancestors, how to access repositories you've never even thought about using, and to learn how to write your family stories. I promise, you've only skimmed the surface of what's out there!