MindMapper 12 Arena from SimTech is a significant upgrade to this long-time favorite mind mapping program that adds full compatibility between the desktop and mobile versions, team collaboration and co-mapping capabilities plus numerous other improvements. Learn more in my new review of this impressive new mind mapping program.
Developer Nick Duffill recently announced the availability of a new plug-in, Network Builder, that enables MindManager for Windows to create sophisticated concept maps and block diagrams. This intuitive application can help you to create professional-looking concept maps quickly and easily, even if you have never created them before.
MindGenius 5, launched earlier this week, features significantly expanded project management capabilities and an innovative templates panel that helps users get started faster with common mind mapping tasks. Templates panel aids new users The first thing you notice when you open MindGenius 5 is the new, colorful template panel on the right side of the workspace. […]
If you are a user of ConceptDraw MINDMAP and the personal information manager Evernote, then CS Odessa’s new Evernote plug-in, called Note Exchange, is a must-have application.
Matchware’s new MindView 5 Business edition recently debuted with a host of new and improved features that will delight hard-core business users of mind mapping software.
Mindjet has announced new individual license price for its mind mapping software, in response to critics who felt its unified pricing favored corporate use of its full team collaboration suite.
CS Odessa, the developers of ConceptDraw MINDMAP, recently announced a new free plug-in from its ConceptDraw Solution Park that enables users of the mind mapping program to conduct remote presentations via Skype.
I was recently excited to learn that CS Odessa has released an app in its Solution Park called Note Exchange that enables users of ConceptDraw MINDMAP program to send part or all of their mind maps to Evernote – my favorite writing platform and personal information capture tool. Unfortunately, it fell short of my expectations.
Several weeks ago, Mindjet announced that it has integrated all of its desktop, web, mobile and desktop mind mapping and collaboration products into a single offering, with a per-user subscription fee to cover its entire tool set. Not all of its users are happy about this move.
XMind, one of the best low-cost mind mapping software programs available today, just got better with the release of XMind 2012. This new version includes a redesigned Gantt chart, the ability to maintain a set of revisions of your mind maps so you can roll it back to previous versions, and much more.