Jeffery Battersby has written another Mac genealogy review, this time of Mac Heredis 10.2 or X.2. Mac Heredis 10.2 is a commercial Mac OS X genealogy application that was released in late 2005, with a few updates since then.
He stresses GEDCOM importing and lack of LDS ordinances, quote:
Like almost every other genealogy program weâ€™ve reviewed recently, Heredis is very limited in supporting LDS (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) ordinances, handling only baptism, confirmation, endowment, and parental links. It would be possible, though not optimal, to enter the missing LDS ordinances using one of the programâ€™s customizable fields.
Heredis also can import data saved as GEDCOM files, a standard among genealogy programs, and easily handled my test file with well over 1,000 records. In addition, the program will find and merge duplicate entries in your databaseâ€”a valuable, time-saving feature.
Note: Their reviews are starting to show up in the offline Macworld Magazine!