The Peerage: Free Edition

The Peerage: Free Edition

Developed by MEA Mobile

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2012-05-10
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 159.92 MB
  • Developer: MEA Mobile
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2.5/5 ( 5 Reviews)
  • Price:
The Peerage: Free Edition App Ratings: 2.5
Based on 5 Reviews

The Peerage: Free Edition App Description

Nobility, Bloodlines, Kings and Queens... All this and more at the tap of a screen. The Peerage App contains the largest iOS based collection of British Peerage & European Royalty lineage information in the world. Using This App, YOU Can: - See if any of your ancestors are listed among the aristocracy. - See how many descendants Queen Victoria has alive today. - Figure out how Princess Diana is related to Madonna's ex-husband. - Get the names of the aristocracy who lived in Little Snoring, or indeed Lyttelton, New Zealand. Fourteen years of research, refined and presented with a simple interface allow you to quickly begin your adventure into tiered world of the Peerage. Reveal the vast web of connections to and from Nobility. Features: - Over 1000 Years of Records - Animated Charts - Easy Navigation - Frequent Updates - Surname Search - Location Name Search - Map View Interface - Examples to Get You Started We’ll be expanding and evolving on a regular basis and we look forward to your feedback! ✭✭✭ AD FREE VERSION ALSO AVAILABLE ✭✭✭ View the video


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App Reviews

  • Great potential

    By Procat
    This app has the potential to be very interesting and provide quite a bit of information. However, it has some serious performance issues. It is very slow to load data and does not seem to cache because if you do the same selection twice in a row there is no performance improvement. Also, it crashed within the first minute of using, so that is discouraging. Would love to see this app in working condition! 3 stars for encouragement
  • Seriously Lacking

    By Suzanne Deneuve
    Seems to be a list of names and without corroborating information attached. Don't bother.
  • Unusable!

    By Abqgrrrl
    Crashed on first and subsequent searches. Absolutely useless at this point.