Ancestry is now available on Apple Watch—bet you never thought you’d see the day you could do family history from your wrist! Okay, you might not do full family history activities, but you can learn about a new photo hint or reply to a comment about a story you attached to your tree.
Get notified about important events in your family history
You can see important “on-this-day” events in your family history including birthdays, anniversaries, and death dates of your direct ancestors and close relatives. Plus, we will let you know when we find records about a possible new parent or spouse, or birth, marriage, and death info missing from your tree.
Keep on top of new hints and comments
Take small steps to discover more about your family anytime, anywhere. A simple tap to review new hints or comment by voice dictation can enrich your family stories step by step. Within the watch app, you can scroll through a feed of meaningful hints, important dates from your tree, and comments about photos and stories. If there’s a hint that looks interesting, you can easily open right to it by pulling out your phone—if it’s a photo hint, you can save it to your tree directly from the watch.
Download the latest version of the Ancestry iPhone app (which includes the watch app) and be ready when your watch comes. The Ancestry iPhone app provides important notifications about events in your family history and allows you to fully discover your ancestry.
[…] Mmmkay. Ancestry now has an iWatch app. […]
[…] Read the April 20, 2015 announcement from Ancestry.com at their blog. […]
[…] ago, Ancestry.com announced on their blog a new Family History app for the Apple watch (see post Family History on Your Wrist). I have to ask..why? What purpose does this watch app serve? I have enough trouble viewing […]
[…] Ancestry Blog Post – Ancestry.com has developed and made available an Ancestry app intended to be used on the new Apple Watch. You can read the full blog post about this new available app here at Ancestry App For Apple Watch. […]