No, unfortunately iCloud sync is the only way to sync your trees between Mac and iPhone. If you don’t use MobileFamilyTree for iPhone/iPad and just want to sync two Macs, you can use Dropbox, though. Please open MacFamilyTree’s preferences, go to “database”, then change the database location to your dropbox folder. Please consider these important warnings:
- Dropbox can’t resolve sync conflicts – meaning if you change your database on two Macs simultaneously, your changes are lost.
- Be sure to create backups of your family trees
- Should you decide to activate iCloud sync again, your tree file will be removed from Dropbox and stored in the location Apple requires for iCloud sync.