Mobilegenealogy.com is a website devoted to genealogy applications for mobile devices.
Because I wonder how I ever did research without the Reunion app and my complete family tree with sources on my iPhone, this site looks really great. I love being able to consult a family group or doublecheck a source for a date without bringing my laptop and balancing it on my knees while I sit at a microfilm reader.
Mobilegenealogy.com came in handy at the local LDS library when someone noticed me using my iPhone, but his smartphone was an Android and I had no idea what apps were out there. Mobilegenealogy.com covers all mobile devices.
For the latest on free and paid apps for genealogy research, click here.
Because Reunion Touch from Leister Productions does such a great job with its mobile app, I haven’t really needed to scope out the many family tree viewer apps out there.
I do have Ancestry’s
Tree to Go updated as of Jan 2014 to the Ancestry app for iPhone (free from Ancestry.com), which provides access to the family trees you’ve uploaded to their site, but I find it slow and clunky.
For the latest apps and tips and tricks using your iPad for genealogy, try my Sassy Jane Genealogy Guide, Using Macs and iPads for Genealogy.
Anytime, Geniaus. I’m impressed with how thorough the site is.
Thanks for pointing out this site – will take a look.