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.
The developer of popular web-based mind mapping tool Mindomo has released new apps for the iPad and Android platforms. I recently evaluated with the iPad version. While it has an excellent feature set, it suffers from several significant usability problems.
MindGenius Ltd., a developer of desktop mind mapping software, recently launched a new iPad app that is a good fit with the needs of mobile business users.
There are now at least 9 mind mapping apps available for the Android smart phone and tablet platform, with more on the way.
Inspiration Software has released an iPad app called Inspiration Maps. It looks to be perfectly suited for education, but may be a little too light weight for most business applications.
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.
The developer of the SpicyNodes mind mapping app for the Apple iPad has announced an ambitious new project that will utilize its underlying technology in a unique way.
How do the mind mapping apps for the iPad compare with each other? Here is a visual analysis, in the form of a chart, which compares price vs. functionality, and what that translates into in terms of potential value to you.
Inspiration Software, the earliest pioneer of mind mapping software, recently announced that it will launch a new mind mapping and diagramming app for the iPad at the end of March.
MindMeister for iPad takes mobile mind mapping to the next level in its latest release. Version 4.1 contains numerous new features that enhance its usability and degree of fit for business applications.