Heredis is a popular genealogy program for Macintosh. It is developed in France and is very popular in many countries around the world. I have written about Heredis a number of times and you can find my past articles if you start at http://goo.gl/K2p9G. Now the developers of Heredis are creating a new version for both Windows and Macintosh and are looking for some beta testers for the Windows version. English-speaking Windows users are especially invited to apply.
The following was written by the Heredis developers:
Heredis has been designing genealogy software for over 18 years. Avant-garde and revolutionary in its approach, Heredis keeps ahead of its competitors through its innovative technological choices and genealogical solutions which are fully geared to user needs. In order to produce the best possible software, Heredis works closely with its users and welcomes all suggestions which will contribute to its development.
Heredis will shortly launch a new version for English-speaking Windows users. The Mac version has already entered the beta-test phase and we are currently looking for volunteers to evaluate the software and make recommendations for improving Heredis for Windows.
Any genealogist will be welcome to join the beta-testing program! If you wish to become a Heredis beta-tester, you may submit at “www.myheredis.com/beta-test”.
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