By Leister Productions, Inc

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-04-22
  • Current Version: 1.0.8
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 47.75 MB
  • Developer: Leister Productions, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 45 App Reviews)
  • Price:
ReunionTouch App Ratings: 3.5
Based on 45 App Reviews

ReunionTouch App Details

To use ReunionTouch, you need to have Reunion version 11 or 12 installed on your Mac. You will also need Dropbox installed on your Mac, and a Dropbox account. ReunionTouch is a companion product to Reunion 11 or 12 for Mac. ReunionTouch is a single, universal app for Apple's mobile devices. Take your family tree with you! View, navigate, search, and edit your information on the go. You'll always be ready to add people, add pictures, document new information, and make corrections to your data — all while automatically staying in sync with Reunion for Mac. ReunionTouch takes advantage of all iPhone and iPad screen sizes.


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App Reviews

  • Never worked

    By JacPam
    I had the old app that I had to sync between my devices and two devices. All MAC products. Loved that app and used all the time. But with last reunion update for my Mac Pro I purchased, Reunion started promoting this app with drop box. Set everything up. Tried to upload files to this app and all it does is spin. Had a tech in. Everything checked and still will not upload. Contacted the company with all of the information on my computer and devices and the problem. Told me I did not have enough info and asked for the very info that was in the email. So said forget it, and continued to use the old product until they decided not to support it. I am very unhappy that I paid just under $5 for the first app and a whooping $15 for this garbage that never worked and now I have neither. It was convenient while it lasted, but leister is totally unhelpful and dismissive.
  • The best genealogy app regardless of platform.

    By silverhawk1
    I’ve been using Reunion since the 90’s and I really like the portably of Reunion when I’m out researching. Yes, out researching, you cannot to it sitting on your couch. The Dropbox enhancement of have your genealogy info and photos on all of your Apple devices is genius.
  • Needs more syncing options

    By PeterBates
    Another update, and still no iCloud support! Still no iCloud support! It’s been a year since I wrote my initial review. The app gets updated and yet still no iCloud support. I had reluctantly installed Dropbox just for syncing my file from my Mac. After recently discovering the dirty tricks that Dropbox in doing on the Mac , I deleted it completely from all of my devices. So now I have a useless app since the developer will not support other syncing or manually transferring your files.
  • Dropbox App, NOT just dropbox account

    By ChristianRiley
    They are still only allowing Dropbox sync, so very disappointed. As a customer since the 1st version, we’re now switching something that doesn’t require Dropbox. —————- Old: The description here says you have to have a "Dropbox account" not that you have to install the Dropbox app on the Mac (which in Sept 2016) had some serious security concerns well documented online. So, is there a way to use this by just copying the files to dropbox (just copying for me sends dropbox a zip of the Reunion 11 folder and copying the package contents individually is not recognized by the app), minus the dropbox app? Otherwise, the description should be updated to accurately reflect reality that a dropbox account is not the only thing required so you don't waste nearly $10 on something you can't use.
  • I don't want Dropbox or any cloud

    By YrHmblSrvnt
    Useless without Dropbox. How many breaches would it take to convince Leister that we don't want to leave our data in someone else's hands?
  • Skeptical at First

    By keydash
    I have been using Reunion since it was first released. When they switched to synchronization through Dropbox, I was skeptical and annoyed. However as I have always liked Reunion I just went along with it. It has been about two years now and I can honestly say that I love the Dropbox route. I have been able to synchronize and having ready access from anywhere in the world that has internet. Wasn’t interested in Dropbox but now I find that I am storing almost all of my genealogical research on it. As a precaution I periodically backup Dropbox to a local hard drive. I do wish that the folks at Reunion would allow us to use Apple’s iCloud instead.
  • Save your money

    By Handyandy,jr
    Have been using Reunion for many years but this app is a rip too far. Usually when an app updates it brings your data along to the new version. Not this one. The ONLY way to get your data from the old iPad app to this new one is to spend another $50 bucks to upgrade the desktop version and then sync to this app via Dropbox. Otherwise when you update your iPad to iOS 11 all your data from the old app disappears. But for full disclosure they have now made this a universal app, if you use it on more than one device there is no additional charge for each device. Previously there was a separate charge for each device.
  • Dropbox

    By marinegator
    Trouble using dropbox. Old method of syncing easier. Dont use reunion any longer. Got familytree.
  • New version...New charge!

    By Lontime user
    Integrates well with Mac version. Don't I like paying for each new version of Reunion everytime they make changes both on the moble and desktop. I think they should consider giving long time users a break! You would think that if you already payed for the app (and keep paying for each upgrade) that you shouldn't have to pay for each new upgrade on every device you use.
  • Easy to use. Love the app and Reunion

    By ModernArtMom
    I already am a satisfied Reunion and Dropbox user and already had my family file in Dropbox to make sync between computers and devices seamless, so the app build on that functionality, which I appreciate. I have added security to certain Dropbox files in mobile devices (use a passcode to open), so if this is your concern maybe this can work for the Reunion files too, although I haven't tried it myself.