MobileFamilyTree 8 offers all the features you need to conduct your genealogical research: Record persons, families, sources, and events right on your iOS mobile device. Use ToDos and notes to organize your research. Thanks to MobileFamilyTree 8's clear layout, you'll intuitively navigate your way around our versatile app in no time. If you do happen to get lost, simply tap on the question mark in the bottom right corner of your screen and your phone will instantly open the relevant page in the integrated help menu.
Interactive Family Tree
Taking a quick look at your research results, navigating your family tree, editing or adding persons directly - it's all possible with the perfect starting point for your research, the Interactive Family Tree. The Interactive Family Tree has been completely redesigned for MobileFamilyTree 8, giving you a better overview and offering greater comfort than ever. You can view up to eight generations, including siblings, at once, choose between different angles, optionally download persons directly from FamilySearch, or add information about the persons currently displayed. The MacFamilyTree 8 Interactive Tree will become your indispensable companion for exploring your family history.
FamilySearch is the world's largest online collection of genealogical data. It offers more than six billion person entries, which you can browse in MacFamilyTree 8 - from the comfort of your home and free of charge. FamilySearch not only provides a huge database filled with personal and family data, you can also browse original documents and take a look at, for example, old monastery log books, shipping registers or court data. You can use FamilySearch as a pure research tool or to work on large family trees together with other people.
Smart Filters - Intelligent Display
MobileFamilyTree 8 offers the most powerful filters you've ever seen in a genealogy application. With the new Smart Filters you can now limit the number of records displayed to those that are relevant to your current research activities. They can be applied to persons, families, sources, places or ToDos. This way, you can define a filter such as "Display all married men from Mayence that I've downloaded via FamilySearch and for whom media is available".