Stellar Genealogy Mobile Apps

By David A. Fryxell Premium

Check out these apps, which let you access some of Family Tree Magazine‘s 101 Best Websites for genealogy of 2013 on mobile devices.
You can download the apps from the iTunes, Google Play,, BlackBerry or Windows Phone app stores.

• Allen County Public Library (ACPL Mobile): Search the catalog and see library hours and locations. (iPhone, Android)
• Ancestry: View your trees and check out “hints.”
(iPad, iPhone, Android)
• Diigo: See bookmarks, archives, annotations, notes, images and saved screenshots. (iPad, iPhone, Android)
• Evernote: Syncs all saved content. (iPad, iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone)
• Facebook: Countless apps and add-ons. (iPad, iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone)
• Find a Grave: Search or add grave info. (Android)
• Flickr: Share photos. (iPhone, Android, Windows Phone)
• Genealogy Gems: Get podcasts through this app. (iPad, iPhone)
• Geni: World Family Tree app enables you to view your Geni family tree (iPhone, iPad, Android), as does GeneDroid (Android).
• Google: Search, map and more apps. (iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone)
• HistoryPin: Pin or view. (iPhone, Android, Windows Phone)
• Library of Congress: Get a virtual tour of the library. (iPhone)
• MyHeritage: View and edit trees, and search records.
(iPad, iPhone, Android)
• National Archives—UK: See images from UK history. (iPhone)
• New York Public Library (NYPL Mobile): Search the catalog, renew items and check location hours. (iPhone, Android)
• Pinterest: Take pictures to pin and explore others’ pins and boards. (iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone)
• TribalPages: Create, update and share your family tree.
(iPhone, Android)

• What Was There: App detects your location and displays any historic photos there. (iPhone)
From the September 2013 Family Tree Magazine