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  • Category: Reference
  • Released date: 01/18/2010
  • Current Version: 2.0.3
  • Seller: Ancestry.com
  • Recommended Age: 4+
  • Download Size: 12972215
  • Last Update: 07/22/2011
  • Requirements: All

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Take your Ancestry.com family tree with you everywhere you go.

This updated app for iPhone®, iPod® Touch or iPad® gives you an even better way to take your Ancestry.com family tree with you. Now you can see your entire tree — not just names — in a more intuitive way. Just log in to your Ancestry.com account from anywhere to access your tree, edit information, upload photos, add a note — even add a long-lost family member. Plus, you can see shared trees and view records and source citations on the go. Whether you’re a seasoned family history expert or just getting started with genealogy, this new app can help you grow your Ancestry.com family tree wherever and whenever you make discoveries.

With this helpful mobile tree tool, you can see all the family trees you’ve already created on Ancestry.com. Just download the free app to your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, log in to your Ancestry.com account and choose a family tree. You can browse names in your tree or search for a specific person. Click on a relative to view, then edit or add vital information, immediate family members, life events, notes or new ancestors. You can even take photos of your relatives, historical documents, keepsakes, antiques, buildings and more with your iPhone and upload them directly to your tree.

Just discovered a treasure trove of family heirlooms at your second cousin’s house? Take pictures and upload them to your tree with stories about each one. Found a forgotten family member’s headstone as you traverse an 18th century cemetery? Add this new person and upload an image of their gravesite. Now when you’re on the go, your family tree — and all your family history — goes with you.

It's free to create a tree on Ancestry.com. Find out more at Ancestry.com.

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