GedStar Pro for Android is now 100% Free

The following announcement was written by the folks who produce GedStar Pro:

GedStar-Pro-person-viewGedStar Pro, an app that supports detailed viewing of the data from your PC-based genealogy program on an Android smartphone or tablet, is now a completely free product (formerly cost $9.95). The app consists of a Windows program that converts data by directly extracting it from a Master Genealogist or Legacy Family Tree database, or by reading a GEDCOM file, and making it available for the Android app to display. Viewing options and other features are extensive, including a relationship calculator, graphic tree views, photos, and more.

The app will continue to be developed and updated for the foreseeable future, but with possibly a lower level of support. The main reason is simply age: both of the developer and the software packages used to develop it.

You can learn more at http://gedstarpro.com.

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Free does not always mean free: the app depends on a trialware counterpart to convert your GEDCOM file.

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    Although the old trial version message is still there, if you look at the Version 4.6 update message in the Change Log, it says that the program is now completely free.

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