In an earlier post I discussed how to export reports from your favorite genealogy program to be read on a Kindle Touch. You can use the same export process to create PDF reports, but then send them to Evernote which will make them available to you on just about any iOS or Android device with the Evernote app installed. And, if you are an Evernote Premium user ($5/mo or $45/year), you can put those reports into an offline folder so they’ll be available even when your Internet connection is not.
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