SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Ancestry.com today announced the launch of Family Tree Maker® for Mac on the Mac App Store. Family Tree Maker for Mac provides an easy way to save and organize your family tree conveniently on your Mac and has a variety of tools that can help you share your discoveries with family and friends.
"We are excited that Family Tree Maker for Mac is now available for download on the Mac App Store," said Eric Shoup, Senior Vice President of Product for Ancestry.com. "We’re committed to making our Family Tree Maker products easily accessible to everyone and this is yet another resource available from Ancestry.com to enable everyone to discover, preserve and share their family history."
Family Tree Maker for Mac combines intuitive tools with robust features and flexible options, making it ideal for family history novices and experts alike. A dynamic user interface and integration with Ancestry.com makes it simple to create family trees, record memories, and organize photos, videos and audio clips, plus share ancestors' stories. It's even possible to explore family migration paths by viewing timelines and interactive maps that highlight events and places in ancestors' lives.
Family Tree Maker for Mac is built on the functionality of Family Tree Maker 2010, and is constructed from the ground up to take full advantage of the Mac platform in terms of technology and user experience.
System requirements for Family Tree Maker for Mac include:
- Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
- Intel-based Mac
- Hard Disk Space: 500MB for installation
- Internet access is required for all Web integration
Family Tree Maker for Mac is now available for purchase and electronic download online on the Mac App Store for $99.99. The program is also available at http://www.familytreemaker.com
and in select retail stores, including Apple's retail stores, Amazon, Office Depot, and Office Max.
Ancestry.com Inc. (Nasdaq: ACOM
) is the world's largest online family history resource, with nearly 1.4 million paying subscribers. More than 6 billion records have been added to the site in the past 14 years. Ancestry users have created more than 20 million family trees containing over 2 billion profiles. Ancestry.com has local Web sites directed at nine countries that help people discover, preserve and share their family history, including its flagship Web site at www.ancestry.com