Update: It finally downloaded and am in the process of trying to get it to run. My Anti-Virus program keeps running a scan and finding nothing, but so far hasn’t let me do a lot with it yet. It may be a while as I try and figure out how to use it effectively.
I saw a Facebook post about MapS Phasing DNA Analysis. The post mentioned the download working with MyHeritage DNA, 23andMe, and Ancestry DNA. Since MyHeritage uses FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA) to do the actual DNA testing, I would think it should work with those who tested directly at FTDNA. Once the download finishes (91.9 MB, but I was originally on a very slow Wi-Fi connection so it’s going to be a bit – update first few download tries failed, retrying using a much faster Wi-Fi connection and I think it’s an issue on MapS side and not my Internet connections as I used several different locations and even on one of my faster Wi-Fi connections, it’s saying 30 – 40+ minutes and I have regularly downloaded on this particular Wi-Fi larger files that took a lot less time to download), I will try the different kits I have (23andMe, Ancestry, FTDNA) and see what it comes up with.
From their Facebook page,
MapS Converter now also converts the start and end positions of your MyHeritage and 23andMe match lists as well as the 23andMe Ancestry Composition report automatically without any manual entry from build 37 to build 36 for greater comparability.
I will publish this post once I get a download to work and have a chance to “kick the tires” on it. This may take a while if I can’t find a quicker way to download the file.