Ancestry.com subscribers now have another way to access their family tree, as the company has released the first beta version of their official Android app. You can see my earlier article at http://goo.gl/vvons. Now Aaron Gingrich has published an article in the Android Police web site that describes the new application and provides screen shots.
Aaron writes, "At the moment, it's read only, meaning you can't modify information via the app, and the team has yet to implement many other necessary features such as searching for specific people in your tree."
You can read Aaron Gingrich's report at http://goo.gl/u8vw7.
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