Can you port the iOS App with the tool made by Microsoft for helping developer to Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile as Universal App?
Purchasing the premium plus upgrade through the website costs £115 for the first year, and £152 on subsequant years, including VAT. Purchasing the same upgrade through the app costs £89.99 each year.
Why is the app so much cheaper? If I upgrade on the app do I get the same benefits as if I had upgraded through the website? Or is there some big catch?
Just in case MyHeritage mobile app development team will be interested in...
While building family tree I register source - church records in MH Online as intended, see picture attached.
While browsing the tree and learning the history of the family opening and reading the original church records is essential part of joy.
Unfortunatelly mobile application, Event screen does not show source records registered.
To my estimation this is a major lack why I can not recommend to my members to use mobile all.
Kindly ask you to consider to show source records of the events in mobile app.
I have two queries: I started my tree on the mobile app, how can i import it to my computer?
And secondly; I get an error when trying to import my tree from Legacy.
Any help/suggestions appreciated.
My mobile application is throwing "error" exception when I want to see my tree.
I happen just in the mobile application, in the web application everything works normally
Currently I am using FTB and keeping my data locally in windows PC and not in MyHeritage webpage.
After I install the mobile app to a Samsung android tablet, can I then sync only to the FTB data in my PC ?
I dont want to upload data to website for sync.