In 2011, I told you about MagicalPad, a list-making tool for the iPad that showed a lot of promise for capturing and organizing ideas. In the last three years, it has come a long way and now offers multiple ways to represent your ideas – using mind mapping, outlining, notes, tasks and images – all via a single, intuitive interface. What makes it truly unique is that you can intermingle these different types of visuals all on the same page, interconnected to one another.
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If you’re looking for a low-cost way to try out mind mapping for business, then a web-based tool is a great place to start. Here are 8 unique advantages they have versus desktop programs.
MindMeister is taking advantage the growing popularity of cloud-based software applications; it has launched a surprising number of new and enhanced features during 2014.
I’m now in the process of updating the mind mapping software comparison chart that I’ve been doing for the last seven years. But I’m making simplifying it. Here’s why.
MindManager 15 for Windows, released today by mind mapping software developer Mindjet, offers some practical new features and enhancements that will help you to be more productive and well organized than ever before.
Your ability to think and plan is limited by blinders. Mind mapping software can help you to cast them off and become a better thinker, planner and creative problem solver.
The NovaMind family of mind mapping products is about to expand significantly. Developer NovaMind Software has announced it will soon release mobile apps for iOS and Android, plus a new browser-based NovaMind client. To keep it all affordable, it will also roll out a new subscription pricing model
Well-designed visual content commands attention and communicates instantly with your readers. This free 3-part video training course can help you learn how to create powerful visual images.
iMindQ is a new visual thinking program from Seavus that combines organic mind maps, concept maps, whiteboard space, flowcharts and project planning in a single, easy-to-use program. It gives you more ways to visualize your ideas and information in a single, affordable package.
Remember Geistesblitz from MindMeister? Introduced 6 years ago, it enabled you to send ideas to your default mind map in several ways. It has now been enhanced to enable you to do so via Google Glass. MindMeister for Glass enables you to send a Geistesblitz note to your default map via voice command. Once you’ve […]