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February 03, 2011


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Wow - thats wondereful! Once you've edited the files on your phone, can you transfer the changes or the new file back to your PC?

This could be very useful on one of the new Android tablets coming out

Tami - yes.

I have this on my iPad and itouch, I really like it.

Now I am really glad I kept my Droid X instead of jumping ship to get the iphone 4 on verizon. The lack of a good genealogy program was one of my main whines about the Droid. Now I am glad I stuck with the Droid. Of course I hate to pay for another program but.......

"I have this on my iPad and itouch, I really like it."

I have an iPod touch, and would really like to be able to carry a version of my Legacy files. In the library, cemetery, or even at church talking to people, I have to memorize information - it would be great to just whip out my iPod to look up and add to someone's family.

Is this available, or something that the company is working on?

Brian - yes, Families works for the iPod Touch as well. Go to the Mobile Devices section in our online store at www.legacyfamilytreestore.com

Installed Families 1.0 on Droid X Feb 20th. No problems and running great.

Installed Families 1.0 on Droid 2 earlier this week. Uploaded my data. The program crashes each time I try to open my data but works with the sample data. How do I get it to work?

Bscrapbook - you'll need to communicate with the developer of Families, Malcolm Green. His website is at http://www.telgen.co.uk/families/

Works wonderfully on my Droid X.

Does anyone know if it will work on the Nook Tablet and Kindle Fire?

Wonderful on my Droid 10" tablet

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