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Video - enjoy the new easy read version of Family Tree's digital edition

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Lauren Beharrell demonstrates how easy it is to use Family Tree's new easy read digital edition in this 1-minute video.

Enjoy Family Tree on your ipad or mobile with our new easy read version, offering:

  • Easy to read articles
  • Bonus image galleries
  • A new layout, enabling your to experience the text and images at their best

Browse our digital issues here.

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