Last night I began the process of reviewing MacFamilyTree version 5.3 beta. As a result, I expect to publish some feature screencasts and glossary entries over the course of the week. I recorded a video of the 3 dimensional “virtual tree” feature this morning. I still need to edit it. I’m planning on publishing it on Monday. All this extra attention on MacFamilyTree means that for a week or so my coverage of Reunion and iFamily for Leopard will decrease.
Don’t be concerned that I’ll let your Mac genealogy needs go unattended. Just as I did with Reunion while reviewing iFamily for Leopard, I won’t ignore the other software. MacFamilyTree has actually been under represented to date, so this review period should balance it all out. There will be plenty of interesting information and videos coming out, even if you don’t use MacFamilyTree. Each of the applications has unique features that you’ll want to see and MacFamilyTree is no different. I think the stunning graphics are reason enough to have a look.