Lets you annotate your tree with on-site notes, including photos (graves, primary docs, etc.), and send them to your home machine via GMail.
The App is fast, robust, and complete. It has been tested on files up to 20MB (65,000 names).
If you need to try before you buy, there is a fully functional (time-limited) trial version available. (Scroll down to "View more applications" to find it on the Market.)
View GEDCOM files exported from current genealogy applications and Internet services. View by individuals, families, sources, database info, or descendants tree. Top level views are linked to additional detail views.
GEDCOM versions 5.5 and 5.5.1 supported. ASCII, UTF-8, UTF-16, and ANSEL character sets accepted.
Integrated file browser helps to locate GEDCOM files on your device. Set custom home directory, to always come back to a preferred GEDCOM location.
We all know how difficult it can be to locate a grave in a large cemetery, having to explain the directions of a grave site to someone, or even the difficulty of contacting the family of the Deceased to be able to visit the grave site. With RIPNAV GPS, you will be helping others to pay their respects and ensure a loved one never gets forgotten.
You can also use RIPNAV to find celebrity graves of famous people, actors, and historical figures.
Currently available on the Android platform, we will be introducing the Iphone version shortly.
- Use the mobile device’s GPS capabilities to SAVE a grave site’s coordinates
- The built in Locator Tool helps point you to the direction of the site
- Use Google Maps as a visual reference to help guide you to the saved location
- Send SMS, email or other Social Media programs installed on your mobile device to inform others of the location of a deceased friend/family
- Keep a stored online database of your saved locations
- Can be a useful tool for purpose of genealogy to record the resting place of your family tree.
RIPNAV GPS and its RIPNAV ID number is perfect for use on:
- Funeral Programs
- Facebook memorial pages
- Tweeted on a special anniversary date or birthday of the deceased
- Emailed or Text Messaged to friends and family
- 1.0.3 Added D-M
- 1.0.4 Improved UI, added more description per index type
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This version works with ALL Android devices & all screens.
Track your trip through a cemetery with continuous GPS readings if you decide to record all the graves.
Collect information on the cemetery such as name and address. Create an "event" for each grave site within the cemetery.
When an event is created it automatically documents the longitude, latitude, altitude (or you can mark the grave on a map for precise locations) time, and date with instant access to the smartphone camera, audio recorder, notes, and a theodolite (for calculating distances to or elevation of objects).
Each event comes with formatted fields to record headstone name, birth date and death, epitaph, and comments or notes . Specific fields can be hidden and an unlimited number of additional fields can be added.
Share your data instantaneously with your friends and family with the ability to post all your GPS locations and media on any of an almost unlimited number of social websites or communicate information via e-mail, Skype, and other IM systems.
Create your own free website to share your gravesites with others in real time. The website includes a gallery of your videos and images along with standard Google maps with tracks and pins representing grave sites.
Don't worry about the loss of any media, data, or memories. The application automatically synchronizes your data in the background in our database and, if desired, your website, effectively backing up your data for later use.
Once you return from your data collecting, the information can be downloaded to a spreadsheet, powerpoint, or other documents. You can also extensively filter the information to hone in on certain aspects of your data. Our reports section of the website allows you to create specialized documents and graphs from the filtered data.
If others are with you, they can add their own grave sites, media, and data, through their smartphones or tablets if you choose to share your username with them. All smartphones and tablets will be instantaneously updated with the shared information through the application and include all the collected information on your website. Or each individual on the can create their own account and website on MajorForms to document the trip themselves.
Make your own video or powerpoint presentation automatically once you return from the data collected. With one click, the videos, maps, and images are integrated into a video timeline or a powerpoint presentation.
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* Drag the view to scroll around.
* Pinch with two fingers to zoom in or out.
* Double tap on background to zoom in or out.
* Single tap on a name to show more info.
* Double tap on a name to base the tree on that person.
* Long tap on a name to base the tree on that person.
To use your own gedcom files, they need to be transferred to your device. This can be done in several different ways, including:
* Mailing them to yourself and downloading them
* Copying them over USB
* Copying them to an SD card
* Using online file services such as www.dropbox.com
Once the file is on your device choose it in the Downloads app or in a file browser app such as My Files. You can also use the Open... button in the menu from within GedTree.
There is a support/feature request forum at http://gedtree.userecho.com/
The app will ask a question, such as "Are these faces?" and show a set of images that the detector believed was faces. The user is supposed to cross out any images he is not sure belongs to that category by tapping them. Make sure to read the questing carefully to cross out the correct images. Sometimes it's the majority of the images that should be crossed out. Also cross out any images for which the answer is unclear. Crossing out an images does not automatically place it in the opposite class. It will however make it show up in a question about the opposite class later on.
This version is identical to SonosMixer, but comes with a price to allow our fans to support the app.