Genealogy focused on the individual
- Focused on the individual
- Advanced search
- Ancestors and descendants
- Useless font resizing
- Disorderly interface
- Limited photo editing
iFamily for Tiger takes a fresh look at genealogy by focusing on the individual. Click on any member of your family tree and you'll be able to browse information, photos, or even the Wikipedia page for that person from the bottom pane of the interface. It's easy to create new family members and join them together in the tree. The program also has an advanced search feature to quickly find people based on any criteria like age, name or birth date.
You can check out all ancestors and descendants from one person and immediately see how they are linked. Also, iFamily features a print button to have a paper copy of your genealogy at any time.
The interface of the program is slightly disorderly and can be confusing the first time you open the program. There's also a button to change font size, which only goes up to 16, and which we did not find particularly useful.
If you can do with the crowded interface, iFamily is a fairly original genealogy program, and the fact that it focuses on the individual makes it all the more interesting to use.