Twheel is a new Twitter app for the iPhone and iPad that helps users manage information overload by arranging tweets in a map-like visual format that is a fascinating study in data visualization.
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Pearltrees, a web-based mind mapping and social content curation application, continues to spread to new platforms – starting with the iPad earlier this year and now the iPhone. This is a well-designed, fun to use app. Read my review to learn why.
Craig Scott, the developer of the iThoughts mind mapping app for the iPhone, recently added some cool integration capabilities to it, including Apple’s Siri intelligent voice agent.
Here is a comprehensive mind map of creativity and brainstorming apps for the Apple iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Mobile devices. It includes tools for brainstorming new ideas, recording them and mind mapping apps. A set of four colored icons are included in this map to help you understand which apps are available on which [...]
Looking back over the mind mapping software developments of 2010, the biggest trend was the growing popularity of apps for mind mapping on portable devices.
MyMind is a new mind mapping app for the iPhone that incorporates some cool features which make it intuitive and easy to use.
Think Buzan (formerly Buzan Online) just released iMindMap for iPhone today, which faithfully captures the organic feel of its desktop big brother on Apple’s popular mobile platform. What’s even more remarkable is that the developer is giving it away for free, as part of its mission to spread the influence of mind mapping worldwide.
Earlier this week, Mindjet launched its own mind mapping application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It enables you to work with maps created on any MindManager platform, including Windows, Mac OS X and the company’s web client, MindManager Web.
In a recent e-mail to its affiliate sales team, the developers of iMindMap recently announced that they are working on an iPhone version of the creative mind mapping program, which is expected to be available some time this fall.
Markus Müller, the developer of the MindNode mind mapping program for the Mac OS X, recently announced that he has developed a version of it for the iPhone and iPod Touch. MindNode (touch) is currently undergoing private beta testing, but he has revealed quite a few details about its capabilities.