Mar 13, 2015 iFamily for Mac is not a new program. Wow auto track quests legion. In fact it is simply a renamed one, having periously been known as iFamily for Tiger and iFamily for Leopard. Obviously with the release of new operating systems, it made sense to change to name to a much better, and much more appropriate name, considering it now works with OSX systems beyond Leopard.
I love iFamily for Leopard! Not only is it simple to use, it’s powerful as well. First, it’s visually stunning. On one diagram it shows everything you want to know about an individual: up to six generations of ancestors, a “stack” showing all siblings, their spouse(s), all their children, and even associated people (e.g. godparents). Second, it’s easy to navigate, add information, find information, and make changes. And third it’s powerful, including built-in data checkers (like finding duplicate people as you enter them), date sanity checks, and even place name formatting fixers. I count on these to keep me honest and consistent. I appreciate the enthusiastic community of iFamily supporters who post to the tips and information to the forums. Lastly, Warwick Wilson is done an exemplary job supporting and expanding the program. There’s a lot to love in iFamily!
Biggest Pro: Visual view of the individual and all of their relationships.
Biggest Con: Lacks some charts other programs have - though it makes stunning PDFs.