11 January 2017
Many of us use genealogy software to organize and document our lineage. Sometimes it’s useful to have guidance as we decide what program might best suit our individual needs.
For the 8th year, GenSoftReviews has released a list of Users Choice Awards.
Dick Eastman (Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter) provides the announcement of the winners, GenSoftReviews Announces its Users Choice Awards for 2016.
You can see a full list of the winners here. You can click on any listed software to read an overview and see its rankings. Remember, that the premise of these awards is user reviews.
Don’t agree with a review, you can help future genealogy software purchasers by filling out your own review sharing the issues you may have experienced! Your favorite software wasn’t an award winner?!?! Again, fill out a review.
Everybody’s needs for software are different, and everyone’s perspective on what makes for a quality product and/or experience are all different – here’s a chance to provide your input on what works for you. It just may help another genealogist get the software that best matches what they need.
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