If you’re comfortable capturing ideas in mobile note-taking tools but are intrigued by the idea of mind mapping, the Escape app for iPhone and iPad is the perfect way to experiment with capturing your notes and ideas visually.
The new Thoughtflow app for iPad is a mind mapping tool with a difference: it is uniquely designed to trigger ideas and capture them. It does so via a simple but clever interface that is a joy to use.
Paper with Think Kit may not be the world’s first diagramming app for the iPad. But it’s easily the most intuitive. It does away with all of the complex concepts and capabilities and delivers a simple, intuitive toolset that anyone can use to quickly produce a diagram for their next meeting or PowerPoint presentation, using an ingenious set of gestures and pen/finger interactions.
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.
The innovative new Mindly mind mapping app for the iPhone solves a common problem: Helping users to see more of their information at one time on the smartphone’s small screen. The solution? A solar system-like design motif.
Mind mapping on tablet devices is one of the “quiet revolutions” of mobile computing. As the number of iPads and other tablets being used explodes, mind mapping apps are making a huge difference in the way that many people think and work. Here are the top 10 reasons why a tablet is the perfect platform for mind mapping.
Mind mapping on the iPad is a powerful combination for business. Here are 10 ways you can use them to think deeply about your business – and kick your productivity and creativity up several notches in the process!
How do the mind mapping apps for the iPad compare with each other? Here is a updated infographic that compares price vs. functionality, and what that translates into in terms of potential value to you.
Last week, Mindjet announced the launch of its redesigned Tasks app for the iPhone. It has been overhauled to transform it into a mobile hub to manage projects, tasks and teams in an easy to use and intuitive interface.
MindMaple HD, a new iPad mind mapping app, offers a well-designed user interface with an above-average number of features and excellent ease of use.