Microsoft has updated OneNote, the very popular “digital notebook” that they released for Macs back in March. OneNote became free with that release. Prior to that, when it was Windows-only on the desktop, it was not free.
Similar to Evernote, it allows you to add and edit notes across multiple platforms. LifeHacker had a very comprehensive comparison between Evernote and OneNote. I can see the appeal for OneNote, and I know a lot of genealogists who have been using it on Windows for quite some time. Continue reading →
Single issues normally sell for £4.99 / €5.49 / $6.99, with normal subscriptions costing £3.99 / €4.99 / $5.99 per month, or with a 1 year subscription, £44.99 / €49.99 / $64.99.
I believe the back issues stretch all the way back to April of 2012, at least going by what I see in Newsstand.
There is a also a free 1 month subscription trial, which includes the latest issue. The app itself is free. This is the same “Who Do You Think You Are” that is behind the popular genealogy series in the US, UK, Canada, and elsewhere.
MacGenealogy.org Note: I know there was a little controversy over it only being available through the Mac App Store, however those of you using it with iCloud Saves have probably seen how well it works as far as using it on multiple devices – I have used it this past week between an iPad, iPhone, and two Macs, and it’s worked well. Availability through the App Store is the price you pay for using iCloud to keep your data synced between all your Macs and mobile devices.
MacFamilyTree 7.0.7 – Performance of the edit sections improved – Sources are now handled correctly when exporting a partial family tree – Sources are now sorted correctly in the edit source section – FamilySearch matching improved – Several crash issues fixed when working with FamilySearch – Polish, Danish and Spanish localization improved – Improved user guide Continue reading →