A developer recently launched the first mind mapping application for the popular Blackberry line of mobile devices, called (naturally enough) MindBerry. It appears to make the most of the diminutive PDA’s screen, and leverages the handheld’s keyboard extensively to speed the completion of common tasks.
Thanks to a recent post on Twitter, I recently learned about another new mind mapping tool for the iPhone and iPod Touch called Simple Mind. Like its name suggests, SimpleMind provides basic mind mapping functionality.
iThoughts, one of the most promising new mind mapping tools for the iPhone and iPod Touch, provides an impressive amount of functionality in a very small package. In this review, we’ll take a look at what’s notable about this remarkable little visual mapping program.
The developers of MindMeister recently hinted to me that by mid-February they planned to release a version of MindMeister for the iPhone and iPod Touch. They made good on that promise by announcing yesterday the acquisition of MindMaker, an iPhone-based mind mapping application.
Since Apple opened up the iPhone and iPod Touch operating system to outside developers and gave them a place to sell their wares – the AppStore – a new breed of mind mapping tools has quickly emerged that enable you to capture your ideas any time, anywhere. These programs vary widely in their capabilities, but all offer some intriguing capabilities that promise a bright future for visual diagramming on this amazingly popular pair of mobile devices. Here is a brief summary of 8 mind mapping tools for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
NovaMind Development Pty. has partnered with the developers of iBlueSky to offer integration between this leading portable mind mapping application and NovaMind.
Headspace is an intriguing new visual mapping tool for the iPhone that does an excellent job of making use of the iPhone’s touch-sensitive user interface to help you maintain basic lists and outlines.
iBlueSky, a new mind mapping tool for the iPhone, just added several more export options.
The latest mind mapping tool for the iPhone is iBlueSky, developed by Tenero Software Limited, and it appears to have achieved a remarkable balance between simplicity and functionality.
The first mind mapping application for the iPhone was recently released. Dubbed MindMaker, it is availabe via the Apple iPhone AppStore.