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Download Family Tree digital!

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Discover your favourite family history magazine on your smartphone, tablet or computer!

Family Tree is available on the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch as well as Android devices, and our online issues can be accessed on PCs and Mac computers. Plus, we’re on the Kindle Fire and HP Touchpad, and very soon we will be on the Nook and Kobo eReaders.

Why go digital?

Receive the latest issue direct to your device at the same time as print subscribers – days before the issue appears in the shops – at a cheaper price. And if you’re an overseas reader, you can read the current issue while it’s still current!

Read online or on the go

Tablet and smartphone readers can download our free app including sample issue from Apple’s Newsstand, the App Store and Google Play, and purchase the latest issue, and back issues to May 2010, from as little as £3.99. Our Kindle Fire app is available here.

PC and Mac users can read our digital editions online at www.pocketmags.com (PC & Mac compatible), where a free sample issue is also available (find it among our back issues). You will need a free Pocketmags account to read the free sample. Once you have a Pocketmags account, you will be able to access your purchased issues on all your devices, just download the free app!

Interactive & high definition

We are working to make our digital editions more interactive, so look out for more pictures and even videos within the high resolution pages.

Try it!

It’s so easy to get a digital copy of Family Tree, and with our free app and sample it’s worth giving it a try to see how you get on!

Review it

And if you do give it a go – please tell us what you think or consider leaving an App Store/Google Play review – with your feedback we can keep improving our app!

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