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Is reunion a way to save records youve accessed.

Is reunion a way to save records youve accessed.

Posted: 3 Oct 2012 1:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
Im very new to the site could you tell me what reunion is please. Is it a way to save all the records youve accessed.

Re: Is reunion a way to save records youve accessed.

Posted: 3 Oct 2012 5:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
Reunion is a software program for Mac that also has an app for iPad. It doesn't allow you to search for records within the app, but doesn't require wifi to show your tree. It stays on your iPad and then you can sync with your Mac desktop/laptop later. Not sure if the make for Windows though.

Re: Is reunion a way to save records youve accessed.

Posted: 3 Oct 2012 6:05PM GMT
Classification: Query
Here's another genealogy programme that looks promising. I've already download the iPad app. You can email a Gedcom to yourself and open it in Heredis. Here are the details:
Heredis for Mac is changing genealogy. Using all the latest development technologies, it is based on an environment entirely re-thought from A to Z. Compatible with Mac, PC and iOS platforms, it will communicate with the Heredis Blue Suite. The Heredis Blue Suite is re-inventing genealogy and offers a whole new vision of this science, because all the Heredis programs communicate with each other. It offers a unique range of programs adapted to each genealogy, be it for Mac, for PC or for iOS.
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