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Get up-to-date obituaries from around the world with the ObitFinder™ iPhone app.
ObitFinder™ gives you instant access to millions of obituaries from Legacy.com’s network of newspapers (more than 800 newspapers in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia & New Zealand) and funeral homes. With ObitFinder™, you can quickly and easily:
•Search millions of newspaper & funeral home obits
•Browse your newspaper’s obituaries – updated every morning
•Locate obits by place, name, keyword
•Share condolences in the guest book
•Get funeral service info – including maps and directions
•Send sympathy flowers
The ObitFinder™ app gives you easy access to the most comprehensive and timely obituary information available. Find the obituaries you want to read and stay connected in times of loss with ObitFinder™.
What's New in Version 1.05
Multiple Bug fixes:
Fixed scrolling issue on search results when a obituary is clicked.
Fixed title bar display issue.
Fixed navigation response time.
Almost the Perfect Obituary Finder App
This app is very good but not quite what I was looking for. What i was looking for was an app that could alert me when somebody i cared about may have recently died so i could attend the funeral.
If this app would allow me to enter say about 10-20 saved search criteria and then every day do a search of the previous day's obits for any of my saved searches and alert me if there was a hit, that would be awesome. I'd even be willing to pay $1.99 for such an app. Thanks guys. You're almost there.
Easy to use obituary finder
I've only has this app for a short time but already it is proving worthwhile. I found it easy to browse local obituaries, which is very nice since I don't get the newspaper. I was surprisingly pleased when I put the app to the test. I searched for and found an obituary for a dear friend who passed in 2006. I never got to see the original obituary due to living to 300 miles away at the time.
It's like having the Grim Reaper in your pocket!
Who knew discovering the death of a loved one (or a not-so-loved-one) could be so easy and entertaining?