Heredis World 2017 for Mac, a cross-platform genealogy application is 50% off for three days (believe it ends Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017). Normally it’s $49.99, but right now it’s $24.99 on the Mac App Store.
Note: This discount applies to the macOS version, the Windows version, the Windows upgrade, and the Mac and Windows Bundles. The non-App Store versions and the Windows and bundle pricing are available at https://shop.heredis.com
If you want to try it out before buying it, you can download a free demo from Heredis.com.
GedGap 2.0 has been released by Seven Cookies. GedGap 2.0 is a major upgrade.
GedGap is a macOS program (requires OS X 10.10 or later) that is a genealogy research utility – it’s not a full-fledged genealogy application like Heredis, MacFamilyTree, Reunion, etc. Instead, it analyzes a GEDCOM file, and provides information on things such as sources and quality/confidence of sources (or lack thereof), problems with entries (births/deaths), as well as pointing you towards areas that need more research.
Reunion 11.0.12 has been released. It’s a macOS/OS X native genealogy application (requiring OS X 10.6 or later), and 11.0.12 includes mainly bug fixes, including one pertaining to those genealogists using macOS High Sierra.
There is a new feature – you can drag URLs from either Firefox or Chrome to create a new source record.
If you would like to try Reunion for free (demo mode), or just download Reunion 11.0.12, please visit Leister Productions, Inc.
Changes in Reunion 11.0.12 – High Sierra – fixed a problem where the names of children wouldn’t appear when the family view was showing children in a list – Book – marriage places will be properly included in the Place Index – Multimedia – fixed a problem that could sometimes cause a crash when modifying the Memo field – URLs can now be dragged from Firefox or Chrome to create a new source record – Fixed a minor problem when syncing the marriage memo field to ReunionTouch – Fixed a rare problem where citations occasionally couldn’t be deleted – Fixed some cosmetic issues with reporting
Gramps 4.2.6 for Mac has been released, and it’s a very hefty update. Gramps is a free and community-driven project, normally available for Linux and other Unix-like systems, but there is a port for macOS/OS X that is eventually released (4.2.6 was released for other OSes a month or two ago).
GRAMPS stands for Genealogical Research and Analysis Management Programming System, and it’s a very mature (and popular) genealogy program.