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Published on June 14th, 2020 | by Sandy Writtenhouse


Queen’s Beasts Teaches the Lineage of the Royal Line

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Have you ever wanted to learn more about the genealogy of Queen Elizabeth II? Are you taking a class or working on a project where you need a solid reference of the royal lineage? If so, Queen’s Beasts is the app for you.

You’ll learn not only about the royal family but study it with an interactive interface, printable timeline, and narrative that guides you along the way.

Queens Beasts Elizabeth II iPhone

Queen’s Beasts, Elizabeth II

How Queen’s Beasts Works

Begin your journey by choosing to use the helpful voiceover in a male or female voice. Then tap your way through each of the 25 attractive and informative screens detailing the family of Queen Elizabeth II from 1066 to today.


You can read the details on your own or tap to hear the voice you select read it aloud to you. When you use the sound, you’ll hear lovely background music which adds to the richness of the experience.

With the heraldic icons known as beasts, you’ll appreciate these symbols and their meanings in a new way. Then, head to the printable timeline for a wonderful overview of the family through the years. You can also tap any family member in the timeline for their details.

Queens Beasts Timeline iPhone

Queen’s Beasts Timeline

What Makes Queen’s Beasts Special

Queen’s Beasts isn’t a simple page-by-page document or boring video. The app respects the nobility of the royal family with its adherence to detail and elegant interface.

And, you’ll learn about everything from the Red Dragon of Wales, Yale of Beaufort, and White Horse of Hanover to William the Conqueror, Edward IV, and Henry VII, all in one spot.

Queens Beasts Icons iPhone

Queen’s Beasts home screen icons

Get Queen’s Beasts

Queen’s Beasts is available for $4.99 on the App Store and is designed for iPhone. If you enjoy the app, the King’s Beasts app is scheduled to launch in 2021 and will detail the lineage of King Henry VIII.

For more new apps to check out, head over to our App News section.

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