ÆtteForsker is an app that can aid in genealogy through a cross section of Norwegian history using the 1910 census. By offering both geographical and semantic search interfaces finding relatives, family or others is easy. People or locations of relevance may be added under "Relatives" for easy access later. Findings placed under "Relatives" may be exported via mail using the gedcom 5.5 format if you have the Pro version.The app displays all residences of the 1910 census that have been located in the map. The census is administrated by the Norwegian Digital Archives and its data are continually improved in terms of mass and accuracy. The Pro version also features historical images from the DigitaltMuseum project directly in the map. The two map layers are independent and may be switched on or off through an easily accessible control panel.In addition to manually searching the map for residences, it is possible to perform geographical searches in ever-increasing radius starting at the current map position. The search may be paused to inspect partial results, and filtered using a text field. The mobile version of the Norwegian Digital Archive web page is also available for free-text searches. The results of these searches will to the extent it is possible be shown in the native app interface.