What’s new in the world of mind mapping software in 2015? Plenty! This year-end wrap-up is your comprehensive guide to the new and updated mind mapping software and resources that were introduced during the last year.
ThinkBuzan has placed brainstorming front and center in iMindMap 8, the latest version of its popular mind mapping software program. It features an excellent new free-form ideation mode, improved Windows ribbon toolbar and branch target tool, as well as a redesigned presentation view that contains some great new capabilities.
ThinkBuzan launched a new version of its flagship mind mapping program, iMindMap 7, earlier this week, with a new user interface, unique branch art designs, new editing and layout features, integration with DropTask and a host of other improvements. Learn what works well, and where usability could be slightly better.
With the launch of iMindMap 6, ThinkBuzan has delivered on its promise to aggressively upgrade its flagship mind mapping software program.
ThinkBuzan has launched a new integrated approach to go-anywhere mind mapping that it has christened iMindMap Freedom, which features a new web-based mapping tool, online file storage and updated mind mapping apps.
Biggerplate.com, the world’s largest online mind map gallery, recently added in-person training to its repertoire. Here’s a closer look at this new service.
The release of iMindMap 5.4 is the latest in an aggressive series of updates to ThinkBuzan’s mind mapping program. Here’s what’s new and notable.
BiggerPlate.com, the leading mind map gallery for MindManager mind maps, recently expanded its library to include maps created in iMindMap. Here’s what’s significant about that move.
ThinkBuzan launched iMindMap 5 last week. It contains some new and enhanced business-focused functionality that wasn’t even in the beta version I reviewed last month.
ThinkBuzan has announced that it will release a major new version 5 of its iMindMap mind mapping software in February, plus a new map sharing website called iMindMap Online.