PC Advisor (a British publication) has a review of Family Tree Maker for Mac, written by Simon Jary. He compares the Macintosh program with several other genealogy programs for the Mac, then offers a comparison to the Windows version. He says generally positive things about the program, although he is obviously not happy with the fact that the Mac version is about a year behind in available features when compared to the Windows version.
The prices mentioned are accurate for U.K. users but anyone in other countries will want to check local pricing. Everything else in the review seems to apply to the program worldwide. You can read the full review of Family Tree Maker for Mac 2011 in PC Advisor at http://goo.gl/a97oL.
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